By American Camping Association
A accomplished source for adolescence businesses, associations, companies, and libraries that includes ACA s 2012 camp courses and companies accreditation criteria and implementation directions in a perfect-bound quantity. To the general public, ACA accreditation signifies that ACA has evaluated the full camp operation. The 2012 criteria are designed to do exactly that protecting all of the significant prone and courses provided. the most function of the ACA accreditation application is to teach camp vendors and administrators within the management of key features of camp operation, relatively these regarding application caliber and the future health and security of campers and employees. the criteria determine instructions for imposing regulations, methods, and practices. one other goal of ACA accreditation is to help the general public in making a choice on camps that meet industry-accepted and government-recognized criteria.
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Printed in the United States. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher or the American Camp Association. This book was previously published as Accreditation Standards for Camp Programs and Services, Camp Standards with Interpretations for the Accreditation of Organized Camps, and Standards for Day and Resident Camps.
The main purpose of the ACA accreditation program is to educate camp owners and directors in the administration of key aspects of camp operation, particularly those related to program quality and the health and safety of campers and staff. The standards establish guidelines for implementing policies, procedures, and practices. The camp, then, is responsible for implementing and ensuring policies are followed. Another purpose of ACA accreditation is to assist the public in selecting camps that meet industry-accepted and governmentrecognized standards.
Individuals who are learning to use flammable or hazardous materials under the direct supervision of trained personnel are in compliance with the standard. Regarding Part B of the standard, the camp may limit access to trained persons by storing materials in areas that are off limits to all except designated staff; storing materials in locked buildings, rooms, cabinets, or containers; or training all participants on correct handling of certain materials (such as kerosene for lanterns or bleach for cleaning).
American Camp Association's Accreditation Standards for Camp Programs and Services by American Camping Association