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1.—(1) In the case of child minding, a change of the following persons—
(a)any person looking after children on the relevant premises, or
(b)any person living or employed on those premises.
(2) The information to be provided is the new person’s date of birth, full name and former names or aliases and home address.
2.—(1) In the case of day care, a change of the following persons—
(a)any person in charge,
(b)anyone looking after children on the relevant premises,
(c)anyone living or working on those premises (provided that persons are not to be treated as working on the premises for the purposes of this paragraph if none of their work is done in the part of the premises in which children are looked after or if they do not work on the premises at times when children are looked after there), and
(d)where the day care is provided by a committee or corporate or unincorporated body, the Chair, Secretary, Treasurer (or person holding a comparable position in the organisation).
(2) The information to be provided is the new person’s date of birth, full name, any former names or aliases used by them and home address.
3. Any change—
(a)in the name or home address of the registered person or those persons described in paragraph 1(1) or paragraph 2(1)(a) to (c); or
(b)in the name or address of the registered or principal office, where the registered person is an organisation.
4. Any change in the type of care provided by a registered person.
5. In the case of day care, any change in the facilities to be used for day care on the relevant premises, including changes in the number of rooms, their functions, the numbers of lavatories and washbasins, any separate facilities for adult workers and access to the premises for cars.
6. Any change in the hours during which day care or child minding is provided.
7. The outbreak at the relevant premises of any infectious disease, which in the opinion of any registered medical practitioner attending a child or other person at the premises is sufficiently serious to be so notified, or of any serious injury to serious illness of, or the death of, any child or other person on the premises.
8. Any allegations of serious harm to a child committed by any person looking after relevant children at the premises, or by any person living, working or employed on the premises, or any abuse alleged to have taken place on the premises.
9. Any other event which may affect the suitability of the registered person to look after children or the suitability of any person living, working or employed on the premises to be in regular contact with children.
10. Any other significant event which is likely to affect the welfare of any child on the premises.
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