The MFR program works with responsible parties to promote the health and safey of its staff and customers in its administrative facilities and wherever services are provided.
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The MFR program informs staff of the strategies used to maintain a safe environment.
The MFR program adheres to a policy that prohibits smoking in all areas of its buildings and within 20 feet of entrances, operable windows, and the ventilation systems of enclosed areas.
MFR programs that permit or require the use of government-owned vehicles to transport children and youth require:
When services are offered in a location that is not owned or leased by a DoD organization or entity, the MFR program develops a memorandum of understanding (MOU) or contractual agreement with the host that includes:
The MFR program ensures its facilities and equipment are properly maintained in a safe, hygienic manner by:
Safety procedures governing customers' use of equipment, tools, and/or appliances with the potential to cause harm if used inappropriately are posted in applicable areas at the MFR program's facilities.
Interpretation Examples of “equipment, tools, and appliances” include appliances such as microwaves or coffee makers that could be found in a kitchen that is accessible to customers.