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Enrollment for the Telehealth Services Benefit Program Now Available to ALL Registry Members

Receive access to unlimited telemedicine calls and up to 10 teletherapy sessions, per year, per family, for up to two years for FREE! Individuals must be active members of The Nevada Registry and currently employed in a child care setting or other early childhood-related program in Nevada to enroll. Log into your Online Portal account and click on the 'Membership Account' tab on your dashboard. If you are employed in ECE, you will see a new tab titled, ‘Telehealth Services Benefit Program' under your 'Training Documentation' tab. Open that tab and scroll down to the bottom to begin the enrollment process.

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Facilities are highly encouraged to follow guidance to reduce chance of kitchen fires.

Commercial and household cooking equipment require frequent cleaning.  While it may seem cleaning up grease is as easy as wiping down a cooking top, other areas such as the internal components, especially under and around the burners, are just as important.  Grease will rapidly build up on the components and cause or add to the intensity of a fire.  Setting up cleaning checklists with daily, weekly and monthly maintenance schedules will help to ensure a safe kitchen.  Commercial and household cooking equipment and components such as ovens, ranges, fryers, ventilation hoods, grease traps, grease drip pans, heating elements, ignitors, fans and controls, are just some of the areas prone to grease accumulation.

Even with clean equipment kitchen fires can still occur! Ensure your staff are trained on how to properly extinguish a fire of any origin (grease, electric, plastic, wood, clothes, etc.). Visit the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) for more information on fire prevention:  Top fire causes (nfpa.org)

Contact the Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance (HCQC) Environmental Health program at EHSHCQC@health.nv.gov with questions or for further resources.

For more updates about medical and health-related facility licensure, visit the Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance blog site.