Parent Handbook 2023

30 Any professional who fails to report a suspicion that a child is or may be in need or protection duties, is liable on conviction to a fine of up to $1,000. The professional’s duty to report overrides the provisions of any other Provincial statue, specifically, those provisions that would otherwise prohibit disclosure by the professional. CFSAs 72 (7), (8). If you have any questions or concerns about the Child and Family Services Act s. 72 (1) please feel free to speak to the Day Care Lead or contact your local Children’s Aid Society. No Smoking Policy Purpose Jubilee Heritage Family Resources is a smoke free environment and committed to providing a safe, healthy, comfortable and productive work environment for our employees, families and everyone visiting our premises. Policy The Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 helps protect the health of all Ontarians by prohibiting smoking tobacco, medical cannabis and the use of electronic cigarettes in all enclosed workplaces and public places. Under the Act, smoking is prohibited at all times, even after hours, in a child care centre whether or not children are present. For a places where home child care is provided within the meaning of the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 ,the place must be smoke-free at all times — even if children are not present. This includes any outdoor spaces used by the children. Employees must comply with the Smoke Free Ontario Act while working at off-site locations. Enforcement of the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 is the responsibility of the local medical officer of health, they are responsible for carrying out inspections and responding to complaints to enforce the Act. As per the city of Greater Sudbury’s NO SMOKING BY-LAW 2002-300 there is a no smoking ban within 30 feet of the building. Jubilee Heritage Family Resources requests that staff and guests who choose to smoke be at least 30 feet away from the door.