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RICCELFF Fast Facts: What is a Plan?

RICCELFF Fast Facts: What is a Plan? What Does it Mean to Have a Plan? A plan is a two‐dimensional drawing used to describe a place or building. A plan view looks down on a site and is scaled at a specific ratio to indicate a real size. Click To View

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Selecting and Installing Safety Surfacing

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Selecting and Installing Safety Surfacing This Fast Facts guidance sheet is intended to provide a basic overview of playground safety surfacing requirements, typical playground surfacing options, pros and cons of various surfacing types, as well as information on the procurement of playground surfacing, and how to go about hiring qualified installers. Click …

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RICCELFF Fast Facts: Playground Inspections

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Playground Safety Inspections This guidance is intended to help child care, early learning center, and public school administrators understand playground safety inspections including the differences between an inspection and audit and the purpose of each. Click To View

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Fencing and Barriers

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Fencing and Barriers These guidelines apply to all public, commercial, and multifamily residential use outdoor plays areas such as those located at schools, child care centers, early learning facilities, and public parks. It is not intended to apply to single family residential use play areas. Click To View

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Finding a Playground Designer

RICCELFF Fast Facts: How to find a Playground Designer Outdoor playspaces may be designed by professionals with varied backgrounds, but, typically those professionals will have backgrounds and licensure as; landscape architects, landscape designers, architects, contractors, or playground equipment sales representatives. Click To View

RICCELFF Fast Facts:­ Securing a Contractor

RICCELFF Fast Facts: Securing a Contractor for your Project Here are some additional steps to take to find a contractor in your community: Ask other child care / early education programs for their recommendations Check with other similar businesses (adult care facilities, health facilities, schools, etc.) for recommendations on contractors they have used Talk to …

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