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Children’s Environmental Health virtual educational meeting

February 7, 2023

Children’s Environmental Health – The Regional Environmental Health Specialists of Children’s Environmental Health will be conducting a virtual regional educational meeting on February 7, 2023 from 8:45 am to 3:30 pm.

All CCHCs are strongly encouraged to attend as new child care sanitation rules will be discussed! The agenda is included below.


  • 8:45 What’s New for Children’s Env Health 2023 
  • 9:30 Lead Program Update: ARPA Funding & School Water Testing 
  • 11:15 Update: Child Care Regulations from Licensing Agency 
  • 12:00 Lunch 
  • 1:00 Lead Samples Sent to State Lab Do’s & Don’ts 
  • 1:45 Break 
  • 2:00 Summary Update and What’s Next for Lead Water Testing  in Child Occupied Facilities / RTI International 
  • 2:45 Lead Investigations: County & State Responsibilities 
  • 3:30 Questions/Adjourn 

Below is the information to join on the day of the event. We encourage all CCHCs to add this event to your calendar!

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Childcare Sanitation Workshop – registration open!

September 7, 2022

Registration is now open for the NC Environmental Health State of Practice Committee Child Care Workshop. The workshop will be held virtually this year and the total cost will be $100. Child Care Health Consultants are highly encouraged to attend this workshop if they have not previously.

This 2 ½ day workshop has been designed for North Carolina environmental health specialists, child care development consultants, child care health consultants, school child care administrators responsible for the inspection, monitoring, evaluation, plan review, and grading of child care facilities in North Carolina. Supervisors or administrators who have consulting and decision-making responsibilities with specialists will also benefit from attending this program. There are new responsibilities ahead for environmental health specialists as both public and private school child care centers grow and expand their operations and are reopening after the pandemic.

The purpose of this workshop is to teach participants how to work effectively with the Division of Child Development and Early Education Regional Consultants, the Department of Insurance, Fire Marshals, and the Regional Specialists of Children’s Environmental Health while conducting thorough and professional child care inspections. This course also focuses on rule interpretation and policy procedures that can support and guide you in your daily work routine.

For additional information, the agenda and to register for the workshop, visit, don’t hesitate to contact Kimly Blount at

Course AgendaAgenda Child Care 2022 SOP 9.7.22

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