(A) First aid supplies shall be readily available at all times the approved child day camp is in operation.
(1) The child day camp shall have at least one first aid supply container for every seventy-five children. This container shall be closed, but not locked and accessible to program staff members at all times and inaccessible to children.
(2) First aid supplies shall include, at a minimum:
(a) Hypoallergenic first aid tape.
(b) Roller gauze bandages.
(c) Individually wrapped sterile gauze squares in assorted sizes.
(d) Adhesive bandages.
(e) Clean cotton towels or sheeting, approximately twenty-four by thirty-six inches.
(f) One pair of scissors.
(g) Assorted sizes of safety pins.
(h) One working flashlight.
(i) One digital thermometer.
(j) One instant cold pack or ice.
(k) Tweezers (for removing ticks).
(l) A tooth preservation system or fresh chilled milk in which to transport a lost permanent tooth.
(m) A supply of disposable vinyl gloves.
(n) Means of immediate communication, such as a cellular phone or means of using a telephone in case of an emergency.
(o) A copy of the JFS 08087 "Communicable Disease Chart" (rev. 4/2006) as required in rule 5101:2-18-15 of the Administrative Code.
(p) One bottle of factory sealed water.
(q) A pocket mask or face shield for administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
(r) Sealable plastic bags in assorted sizes for soiled materials.
(s) Soap or waterless sanitizer.
(3) The first aid kit shall contain a written reference indicating the location of the refrigerator where ice and milk are stored if an instant ice pack or tooth preservation system is not part of the first aid kit. All other supplies shall be stored in the first aid kit. Items not stored in the first aid kit shall be taken with the kit whenever it is removed from the approved child day camp.
(4) First aid supplies shall be reviewed and replaced regularly by a camp staff member.
(B) First aid supplies shall be available for use at all times, including field trips as outlined in rule 5101: 2-18-14 of the Administrative Code and during specialized activities as outlined in rule 5101: 2-18-13 of the Administrative Code.
(C) First aid supplies shall be available for review by ODJFS.