S-4.1.1, r. 2 - Educational Childcare Regulation

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48. A coordinating office must keep the following up-to-date information and documents at its principal establishment:
(1)  the register required under section 59 of the Act;
(2)  the documents certifying that the persons referred to in sections 46 and 47 meet the requirements of section 4;
(3)  a list of the persons the coordinating office has refused to recognize and the persons whose recognition has not been renewed or has been suspended or revoked or who have ceased their operations, and the reasons for the refusal, non-renewal, suspension or revocation;
(4)  a record of the complaints received regarding the home childcare providers it has recognized and the documents relating to the follow-up of the complaints;
(5)  a record for each home childcare provider it has recognized containing
(a)  the documents required under section 60 and, if applicable, the documents certifying that the person designated pursuant to section 81 to occasionally replace the childcare provider meets the requirements of section 5;
(b)  the documents certifying the coordinating office’s decision following the assessment of an attestation of information that may establish an impediment;
(c)  a copy of the notices, decisions, applications and replies the home childcare provider must send to the coordinating office or that the office must send to the provider under the Act or under sections 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 71, 72, 74, 76 to 79, 84, 86 and 97.1;
(d)  the reports referred to in sections 53, 66, 70, 73, 80 and 86; and
(e)  the documents certifying that the office meets the requirements of sections 57 and 59; and
(6)  a copy of the record of any person recognized as a home childcare provider who has ceased his or her operations in the territory of the office but has established a home childcare service in another territory.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 48; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 20; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 23; O.C. 249-2016, s. 10.
48. A coordinating office must keep the following up-to-date information and documents at its principal establishment:
(1)  the register required under section 59 of the Act;
(2)  the documents certifying that the persons referred to in sections 46 and 47 meet the requirements of section 4;
(3)  a list of the persons the coordinating office has refused to recognize and the persons whose recognition has not been renewed or has been suspended or revoked or who have ceased their operations, and the reasons for the refusal, non-renewal, suspension or revocation;
(4)  a record of the complaints received regarding the home childcare providers it has recognized and the documents relating to the follow-up of the complaints;
(5)  a record for each home childcare provider it has recognized containing
(a)  the documents required under section 60 and, if applicable, the documents certifying that the person designated pursuant to section 81 to occasionally replace the childcare provider meets the requirements of sections 5 and 82;
(b)  the documents certifying the coordinating office’s decision following the assessment of an attestation of information that may establish an impediment;
(c)  a copy of the notices, decisions, applications and replies the home childcare provider must send to the coordinating office or that the office must send to the provider under the Act or under sections 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 71, 72, 74, 76 to 79, 84, 86 and 97.1;
(d)  the reports referred to in sections 53, 66, 70, 73, 80 and 86; and
(e)  the documents certifying that the office meets the requirements of sections 57 and 59; and
(6)  a copy of the record of any person recognized as a home childcare provider who has ceased his or her operations in the territory of the office but has established a home childcare service in another territory.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 48; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 20; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 23.
48. A coordinating office must keep the following up-to-date documents at its principal establishment:
(1)  a list of the names of and contact information for each home childcare provider it has recognized and the date of recognition, the number of children to whom childcare is to be provided, the number of subsidized childcare spaces and the number of spaces that have been filled;
(2)  the documents certifying that the persons referred to in sections 46 and 47 meet the requirements of section 4;
(3)  a list of the persons the coordinating office has refused to recognize and the persons whose recognition has not been renewed or has been suspended or revoked, and the reasons for the refusal, non-renewal, suspension or revocation;
(4)  a record of the complaints received regarding the home childcare providers it has recognized and the documents relating to the follow-up of the complaints; and
(5)  a record for each home childcare provider it has recognized containing
(a)  the documents required under section 60 and, if applicable, the documents certifying that the person designated pursuant to section 81 to occasionally replace the childcare provider meets the requirements of sections 5 and 82;
(b)  the documents certifying the coordinating office’s decision following the assessment of an attestation of information that may establish an impediment;
(c)  a copy of the notices, decisions, applications and replies the home childcare provider must send to the coordinating office or that the office must send to the provider under the Act or under sections 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 71, 72, 74, 76 to 79, 84, 86 and 97.1;
(d)  the reports referred to in sections 53, 66, 70, 73, 80 and 86; and
(e)  the documents certifying that the office meets the requirements of sections 57 and 59.
O.C. 582-2006, s. 48; S.Q. 2007, c. 30, s. 20.