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Law of 9 July 2004 on the treatment of allowances in the costs of childcare and the quality of childcare services (Child care law)

We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.

All of them, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:

In this regard, we have taken note of the fact that it is desirable to lay down rules on compensation in the costs of childcare and to ensure the quality of childcare;

In this way, we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-regarded and understood to be right and to be understood by the following:

Chapter 1. Childcare

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Section 1. General provisions

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Article 1.1

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  • 1 In this chapter and in the provisions based on this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:

    • Professional force:
      • 1. the person of 18 years of age or older who is employed by a children's centre, is remunerated and is responsible for the care, education and contribution to the development of children;

      • 2. the person of 18 years of age or older who is employed by a host office, is remunerated and is responsible for the provision and supervision of host-parent accommodation;

    • Professional force in training: the person who follows the occupational accompanying learning path, intended in the Vocational education law , has an employment contract with the holder of a children's centre or a host parent office, and is responsible for the care, education and contribution to the development of children in the course of the training of children. a children's centre or with the provision and guidance of a host parent reception at a host parent office;

    • Professional force for school education: the person employed as an occupational force and responsible for pre-school education and meeting the training requirements and training requirements, as intended in Article 1.50b, part a ;

    • College: (a) College of Mayor and Keepers of the municipality where a children's centre, host office or host-care facility is established or will be established;

    • Continental shelf: the exclusive economic zone of the Kingdom of which: Article 1 of the National Law on the exclusive economic zone , to the extent that it borders the territorial sea of the Netherlands;

    • Host parent: the person of 18 years of age or older who provides host-parent accommodation, with the exception of the person:

      • a. Those of whom one or more children are subject to supervision or preliminary supervision as intended by Article 255 , below Article 257, from Book 1 of the Civil Code , which in relation to one or more of his children is removed from the parental authority as intended in Article 266 of Book 1 of the Civil Code whether or not, in relation to one or more of his children, has been taken from the authority as intended in Article 269 of Book 1 of the Civil Code ,

      • b. who is registered in the same residential address in the basic registration persons if the parent or his partner of the child to receive the shelter; or

      • c. who employs staff in any form for the care of children;

    • Guest parent agency: an organisation that establishes and guides host-care accommodation, and through which the payment of parents is made to host parents;

    • Host-parent accommodation: Childcare:

      • a. It is carried out through a registered host parent agency;

      • b. which takes place in a family situation by a person other than the person who is a parent on the basis of Article 1.5, first paragraph , be able to claim a childcare supplement or his partner;

      • c. In which the shelter takes place:

        • 1 °. at the address of residence of the host parent,

        • 2 °. at the residence address of one of the parents of the children for whom the host parent accommodates, or

        • 3 °. on two or more of these dwelling addresses; and

      • d. consisting of the simultaneous reception of up to six children, including the relative or relative in the condescending line of the host parent or his partner, to a significant extent maintained by the host parent or his partner and at the same residential address as the host parent is registered in the basic registration persons and has not reached the age of 10 years. A child with a relative or relative in the descending line shall be treated as a foster child who has not reached the age of 10 years;

    • registered guest parent agency: a guest parent office registered in the register as intended for Article 1.46, second paragraph ;

    • Registered children's centre: a child centre registered in the register as intended for Article 1.46, second paragraph ;

    • registered provision for host-parent accommodation: a provision for host-care accommodation, registered in the register, as intended for the purpose of Article 1.46, second paragraph ;

    • Dispute resolution: the committee referred to in Article 1.57c, first paragraph ;

    • GGD: a municipal health service as intended in Article 14 of the Public Health Act ;

    • holder:
      • a. The person to whom a company as intended in the Commercial Registry Act 2007 Belongs to and operates with that enterprise a children's centre or a host parent agency;

      • b. The host parent operating a provision for host-care shelter.

    • children's centre: a provision where child care is to be provided, other than host-parent accommodation;

    • Childcare: raising and raising business or contributing to the development of children up to the first day of the month in which the secondary education of those children begins;

    • Childcare allowance: an oncoming of the Empire as intended in Article 2, first paragraph, point (h) of the General Act, income-related arrangements in the cost of childcare;

    • Our Minister: Our Minister of Social Affairs and Employment;

    • older: the blood-or related in the ascending line or the foster parent of a child to whom child care relates, except that in the assessment of whether or not there is a foster parenthood fee on the basis of the Juvenile law is not taken into account;

    • Parent Committee: the committee referred to in Article 1.58 ;

    • public employer: the employer, intended to Article 1 (r) of the Social Insurance Financing Act ;

    • Register Foreign childcare: the register referred to in Article 1.48b, first paragraph ;

    • Register childcare: the childcare register provided for in Article 1.47b, first paragraph ;

    • trainee: the person carrying out an education, the practical part of which is a limited part of the total duration of study, who is responsible for work with the holder for the purposes of the practical part of the training course and not in training;

    • Employee Insurance Implementation Institute: the Employee Insurance Implementing Institute, named in Chapter 5 of the Act implementing organisation of work and income ;

    • execution costs: the costs to be charged by a host parent company to the parent or the host parent, other than the cost of hosting a host parent shelter;

    • agency work: the person of 18 years of age or older who is employed by a temporary employment agency and has been sent for work at a children's centre or a host parent office;

    • Explanation of behaviour: a statement of the behaviour of natural persons or a statement of conduct on the behaviour of legal persons;

    • Explanation of the behaviour of natural persons: a statement of behaviour, issued in accordance with the Law and punitive data law , for the benefit of a natural person;

    • Explanation of the behaviour of legal persons: a statement of behaviour, issued in accordance with the Law and punitive data law , for the benefit of a legal person;

    • preschool education: implementation of a college-funded programme aimed at improving the conditions for successful inflows in primary education for children who are not yet admitted to a school;

    • Provision for host-care accommodation: Host-parent accommodation by a specific host parent on a specific residential address;

    • Volunteer: the person aged 18 years or older who is structurally or not against a volunteer charge on a regular, non-incidental basis, is employed in child care and is in charge of care, education or contributions to the development of children and no parent is as intended in Article 1.57, first paragraph .

  • 2 To childcare are not counted:

    • (a) hold on school-aged children who are confined to the monitoring during the lunch break;

    • b. nurture, upbringing and contributing to the development of children in a preschool playroom as intended. Article 2.1 ;

    • c. care and education that takes place in the context of Juvenile law ;

    • d. the care, upbringing and contribution to the development of children, other than host-parent accommodation, which is done in a place where the child has his main residence.

  • 3 Where in the case of or under this Chapter and Chapter 3 A statement of conduct shall be referred to as a statement on the behaviour of natural persons if the person concerned is a natural person and a statement on the behaviour of legal persons, if the person concerned is a person of a person who is a natural person. is legal person.


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Section 2. Childcare Allowance

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Paragraph 1. Implementation of the childcare supplement

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Article 1.3

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  • 1 The execution of the award, disburation and recovery of the childcare supplement is assigned to the Tax Service/Toeslagen.


Article 1.4

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  • 2 In the case of Ministerial Regulations, rules may be laid down regarding the provision.


Section 2. Appointment to Child Allowance Allowance

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Article 1.5

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  • 1 A parent is entitled to a childcare supplement in the costs to be paid by him or his partner, if it is concerned:

    • a. Child care in a registered children's centre; or

    • b. Guest parent reception in a registered guest parent reception facility.

  • 2 One parent and his partner who is also older for the purposes of this Act shall be deemed to have one right of claim jointly.


Article 1.6

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  • 2 A parent who does not reside in the Netherlands is entitled to a childcare supplement only if he resides in another Member State or in Switzerland and is entitled to do so either in the Netherlands or on the continental shelf or receives a benefit as referred to in point (c), (e), (h) or (i) and use a facility for labour-switching purposes, referred to in one of those parts.

  • 3 A parent with a partner is only entitled to a childcare supplement, if the partner lives in the Netherlands, another Member State or Switzerland, and

    • a. In the Netherlands or on the continental shelf, work performed in another Member State or in Switzerland;

    • (b) receives a benefit referred to in subparagraph (c), (e), (h) or (i) of the first paragraph, and uses a supply of one of those parts aimed at labour-switching or equivalent benefits or provision; established under the legislation of another Member State or Switzerland,

    • (c) unemployed as referred to in the second paragraph and receiving a benefit as referred to in point (a) or (b) of the second paragraph, or a similar benefit determined in accordance with the legislation of another Member State or Switzerland, or

    • d. A person is as referred to in the first paragraph, point f, g, j, k, or l.

  • 4 For the purposes of this Act, income from work and home as referred to in paragraph 1 (a) shall be treated as a corresponding income that does not belong to the parent income of the parent because it does not fall within the meaning of the Dutch income as referred to in Chapter 7 of the Income Tax Act 2001 , or is exempted on the basis of provisions of international law.

  • 5 A parent or his partner who has carried out employment in a calculation year or in the previous calculation year as referred to in Article 1.6, first paragraph, part a, or (b), or third paragraph, (a), shall retain part a, for a period of three calendar months, the same entitlement to a childcare allowance as before that termination was made from the first day following the day on which the performance of that work was completed.

  • 7 If a parent or his partner becomes unemployed during the calculation year 2015 or 2016, he shall retain the same claim to a childcare supplement by way of derogation from the fifth member for six calendar months, if circumstances are referred to as intended in the fifth paragraph.

  • 8 This paragraph and the seventh paragraph shall expire with effect from 1 January 2017.


Article 1.6a

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By way of derogation from the Articles 1.5 and 1.6 , a parent referred to in Article 1.6 (a) (a), in so far as that parent carries out the work as a host parent, has no entitlement to a childcare allowance in the cost of hosting a host-care shelter to be paid by him or his partner in a person who is a member of the host Member State. registered provision for host-care accommodation.


Article 1.7

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  • 1 The height of the childcare allowance depends on:

    • a. The carrying force; and

    • b. The cost of child care per child determined by:

      • 1º. the number of hours of childcare per child in the calculation year,

      • 2º. the price to be paid for that childcare, taking into account the amount provided for in paragraph 2, and

      • 3º. the kind of childcare.

  • 2 The hourly price to be taken into account for the height of the childcare allowance referred to in paragraph 1 shall not exceed the amount to be fixed by a general measure of management. That amount may be determined differently from a host species.

  • 3 In the case of a general measure of management, rules may be laid down on the reasonable relationship between the number of hours the parent and his partner are engaged in, use a facility aimed at labour-switching, or training, a training or taking a course, as well as the related travel time, and the number of hours of childcare for which a childcare allowance may be requested.

  • 4 The number of hours of child care taken into account in the height of the childcare allowance referred to in the first paragraph shall be a ceiling to be fixed by general management measure, which is per type of childcare or by age group. different can be determined, not beyond the above.


Article 1.8

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  • 1 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the height and calculation of the childcare supplement are laid down, laying down tables showing the relationship between childcare costs and the costs of childcare. Childcare allowance may be read out and the cases where the parent is entitled to a childcare supplement which is less than 33.3% of the childcare costs, is to be read out Article 1.7, first paragraph .

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, rules may be made about the amount of the amount deducted as a fixed own contribution from the parent to the childcare supplement. In doing so, the due income of the parent and its partner, the presence of a partner and the number of children can be taken into account.


Article 1.9

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  • 1 The amounts referred to in Article 1.7, second paragraph , the extent to which parent and, if he has a partner, that of his partner plays a role in the height of the childcare supplement, and the amount, intended to be paid. Article 1.8, second paragraph , at the beginning of the calendar year, be amended by a general measure of directors or prices to be indicated by a general management measure at or under general measure.

  • 2 The amounts adjusted in accordance with the first paragraph shall replace the amounts:


Paragraph 3. Financial resources to cover childcare allowance

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Article 1.10

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  • 2 The premium premium provided for in paragraph 1 shall be payable by the employer.


Paragraph 4. Other provisions

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Article 1.11

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The childcare allowance shall not be taken into account in the provision of other public benefits and benefits as provided for in the income or property.


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Article 1.13

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The college may apply to a parent as intended Article 1.6, first paragraph, parts c, e, j, k or l , provide a concession in addition to the childcare supplement, in such a way that the total of the childcare supplement and the allowance does not exceed the cost of childcare provided for in the Article 1.7, first paragraph .


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Section 3. Quality children's centres, reception facilities and host parents ' offices

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Paragraph 1. Application and registration

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Article 1.45

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  • 1 The person intending to operate a children's centre or guest parent office shall make an application to the college.

  • 2 The holder of a host parent agency shall submit an application to the person who intends to provide a host parent reception by his intervention. The application, referred to in the first sentence of the sentence, shall be made on behalf of the host parent to the college.

  • 4 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be given on the information provided in the application, referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, and on the arrangements for providing such information, including on the basis of the rules for the provision of information on the information provided in the application of the rules of administration. Provision of the civil service number.

  • 5 In cases where the civil service number is to be provided, the person for whom an application as referred to in paragraph 2 is made shall be required to provide that number to those referred to in the second paragraph.


Article 1.46

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  • 1 Not later than 10 weeks after the receipt of the application, Article 1.45, first or second paragraph , the college decides on the application. If from the survey, Article 1.62, first paragraph , it has been found that the operation will reasonably be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the paragraphs 2 and 3 of this section and otherwise has not been found to be facts and circumstances which indicate the contrary, shall be taken into account in a positive way on the application.

  • (2) In the decision in which a positive decision is taken on the application referred to in paragraph 1, the college shall determine the date from which the operation is to be used. That date shall not be before the date of publication of the Decision. The College shall provide for the registration of the children's centre, the host parent office or the provision for host-care accommodation in the childcare register where the date of entry to the service is to be entered as the start date of the registration.

  • 3 The college shall inform the holder of the children's centre or host office in writing that the registration of the children's centre, the host parents ' office has been the provision for host-care accommodation in the childcare register.

  • 4 In the case of an invitation to tender as referred to in paragraph 2, the Commission shall indicate the information required by Article 1.45, fourth paragraph Have been provided.

  • 5 If pre-school education is offered in a children ' s centre, the college shall include this in the register of childcare.


Article 1.47

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall make a change in the information to that effect to the college immediately or under a general measure of management, after the change is known to him has become. The holder shall request that the data be changed.

  • 2 The College may decide, on the basis of the request referred to in paragraph 1, to amend the data and, if necessary, shall process it in the childcare register.

  • 3 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office may request the college to remove the registration of a children's centre, a host parent office or a host-care shelter from the childcare register.

  • 4 The College may, in response to a request referred to in paragraph 3, decide to remove the invitation to tender from the register of child care and shall process it in the childcare register.

  • 6 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 4 of this Article.


Article 1.47a

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  • 1 The college may decide to remove the registration of a children ' s centre, a host parent agency or a host parent care facility without a prior request from the holder from the childcare register or the data contained in it. register to change childcare. If the college so decides, the college shall process it in the register of childcare.

  • 2 Our Minister may decide to change the data of a children ' s centre, a host parent agency or a provision for host-care shelter without a prior request from the holder in the day care room register. If our Minister decides to do this, he will process it in the register of childcare.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the implementation of the first and second paragraphs.


Article 1.47b

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  • 1 Our Minister shall ensure the establishment of a childcare register to ensure the quality and legal certainty of child care, and to monitor and maintain the quality of childcare services and to ensure the maintenance of and enforcement of the care of the child The rules laid down.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the provision of childcare shall be laid down. In any case, these rules shall cover:

    • a. form of the register;

    • b. the information to be entered in the register;

    • c. the recording, modification and deletion of data from the register;

    • d. the provision of data;

    • e. the public access to data;

    • f. the responsibilities of those who supply data for the purposes of the register.

  • 3 Children's centres, host-parent services and host-care facilities are registered under a unique number in the childcare register.

  • 4 If a host parent is removed from the childcare register, a host care facility affiliated to that host office shall remain in the period of time to be determined by or pursuant to a general rule of management. Register childcare.


Article 1.48

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  • 1 Our Minister may equate to a registered children ' s centre or a registered provision for host-parent accommodation in a Member State other than the Netherlands or a facility located in Switzerland where childcare is taking place. registration in the register of foreign childcare. If, in a Member State other than the Netherlands or Switzerland, one or more organisations consisting of the nature and scope of hosting or supervising the reception of a host, equivalence with a registered host-parent reception facility shall be limited to: where there may be intervention of such an organisation.

  • 2 Our Minister may provide a provision where childcare is provided by a host parent established in the Netherlands who provides host parents ' accommodation at the residence of one of the parents of the children for whom the host care shelter is provided, where that address is provided to be located in a Member State other than the Netherlands or in Switzerland, with a registered host-parent reception facility by registering it in the register of foreign childcare. Equivalence is possible only if there is intervention of an organisation as referred to in the first paragraph, second sentence, or from a registered host parent agency.

  • 3 A parent intending to benefit his child:

    • a. Use of a provision as referred to in the first or second member who is not yet registered in the Register of Foreign Childcare; and

    • b. entitlement to the childcare supplement referred to in Article 1.5, first paragraph ;

    shall submit to our Minister an application for registration of that provision in the register of foreign childcare.

  • 4 Upon application, as referred to in paragraph 3, the parent shall show that the person operating a provision as referred to in the first or second member agrees to the application and is prepared on request of all the claims made by the Tax Authority/Toeslagen and the Provide Minister with information and give the Tax Service/Toeslagen and Our Minister access to all business data and documents where it is reasonably necessary for the performance of their duties.

  • 5 At the latest ten weeks after the receipt of the application, as referred to in the third paragraph, our Minister shall decide on the application. If it has been assumed by the parent that the quality of a provision referred to in the first or second paragraph:

    • a. by its nature and scope in accordance with the provisions of, or pursuant to, Section 2 of this section, and

    • b. otherwise has not been revealed by facts and circumstances which indicate the contrary;

    The fourth paragraph of this Article has been fulfilled,

    It shall be positive on the application.

  • 6 In case of a positive decision as referred to in paragraph 5, our Minister shall determine the effective date and the end date of the entry in the register of foreign childcare. Our Minister shall arrange for the registration of a provision as referred to in the first or second member in the Register of Foreign Childcare.

  • 7 The parent, referred to in paragraph 3, shall, during the period of use of a provision referred to in the first or second paragraph, make a change in the information to be made to it by or under a general measure of management. Designate, without delay, to our Minister. It shall request that the data be changed.

  • 8 The parent, referred to in paragraph 3, may make a request to the Minister for the removal of the registration of a provision referred to in the first or second paragraph.

  • 9 In response to the request, referred to in the seventh or eighth paragraph, our Minister may decide to amend the information or to remove the registration from the register of foreign childcare. If he decides to do this, he shall make it so necessary in the register of foreign childcare.

  • 11 In the case of or under general management measure:

    • Further rules shall be laid down on the information provided in the application, referred to in paragraph 3, and on the arrangements for the provision of such information;

    • b. shall be subject to detailed rules on how to prove that a provision referred to in the first or second paragraph is in accordance with its nature and scope with the provisions of, or pursuant to, the provisions of Section 2 of this section;

    • (c) detailed rules may be laid down for the fifth and ninth paragraphs of this Article.


Article 1.48a

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  • 1 Our Minister may decide on the particulars of a provision as referred to in Article 1.48, first or second paragraph , without changing any prior request in the register of foreign childcare. If he decides to do so, he shall make it in the register.

  • 2 Our Minister may decide on a provision as referred to in Article 1.48, first or second paragraph , without removing a prior request from the register of foreign childcare. If he decides to do so, he shall make it in the register.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the implementation of the first and second paragraphs.


Article 1.48b

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  • 1 Our Minister shall ensure the establishment of a register of foreign child care services in order to ensure legal certainty and to ensure the quality of the provision of services as referred to in Article 4 (2). Article 1.48, first or second paragraph , as well as for the purpose of monitoring and maintaining the rules laid down in or pursuant to Article 1.48.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the register of foreign childcare shall be laid down. In any case, these rules shall cover:

    • a. form of the register;

    • b. the information to be entered in the register and the duration of the tender;

    • c. the commitment in, change of, and removal from the register of the data;

    • d. the provision of data;

    • e. the public access to data;

    • f. the responsibilities of those who supply data for the purposes of the register.


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Section 2. Requirements

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Article 1.49

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  • 1 A children's centre holder offers responsible childcare services, including care to help ensure the good and healthy development of the child in a safe and healthy environment.

  • 2 A holder of a host-care shelter facility provides responsible host-care reception conditions to include reception that contributes to the good and healthy development of the child in a safe and healthy environment.

  • 3 A holder of a host office shall ensure responsible execution of the work of the Agency, which shall mean:

    • a. To establish and guide host-parent reception, which contributes to the good and healthy development of the child in a safe and healthy environment;

    • b. The passing of payments from parents to guest parents.


Article 1.50

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre organises child care in such a way that the children's centre provides both quality and quantity of staff and equipment, ensures responsibility for the allocation of responsibility, and carries out a set of measures to ensure that the child-care centre is responsible for the provision of childcare. in such a pedagogical policy that one and another reasonably leads to responsible childcare. In order to implement the first sentence, the Centre holder shall at least pay attention to the number of professionals in relation to the number of children per age group, the group size, the training requirements of the children of the children. (i) professional rights and the conditions and extent to which professional training can be entrusted with the care and reception of children.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the quality of childcare at a children's centre may be laid down. These rules may relate to:

    • a. safety and health;

    • (b) the training requirements to be met by the professional staff;

    • (c) the use of professional training in training;

    • d. the number of professionals and volunteers in relation to the number of children by age group;

    • e. group size;

    • f. the pedagogical policy and pedagogical practice;

    • g. the accommodation and the establishment of the space intended for childcare;

    • h. the available space for children.

  • 3 The holder of a children's centre and the persons employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates a children's centre shall be in possession of a certificate of conduct.

  • 4 A statement on the conduct of a person working in an undertaking referred to in paragraph 3 shall be submitted to the holder of a children's centre before the person starts his work. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months at the beginning of the work.

  • 5 The holder of a children's centre shall submit the application for the purpose of submitting the application Article 1.45, first paragraph -A statement of conduct at the college. The certificate of conduct shall not exceed two months at the time of application for the application.

  • 6 If the supervisor may reasonably suspect that the holder of a children's centre no longer meets the requirements for issuing a certificate of conduct, the supervisor shall require that this holder to issue a further declaration on the matter. the conduct shall be transferred within a time limit to be determined by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 7 If the holder is reasonably entitled to suspect that a person working in an undertaking referred to in paragraph 3 no longer fulfils the requirements for the issuing of a certificate of conduct, the holder shall, upon request, request that the holder of the supervisor, that that person shall re-submit a statement of conduct within a period of time to be determined by the holder or by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 8 The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who, as an intern or agency, is responsible for the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years from the day of issue of the most recent Current statement on behaviour. For each subsequent holder for which the trainee or the agency is active during that period of up to two years, he shall provide the most up-to-date statement of conduct on each occasion.

  • The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who works as a volunteer for the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years from the day of issue of the most current statement. of the behaviour.

  • 10 If the supervisor may reasonably suspect that a person of 12 years of age or older who is present in the children's centre at the time of the reception would not meet the requirements for issuing a certificate of conduct, the Supervisor that the holder of the children's centre submits a statement of conduct in relation to that person within a time limit to be set by the supervisor. Within that period, that person shall be in possession of a statement of conduct and the holder shall submit that statement on the behaviour to the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 11 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the proper conduct of the third party to the ninth member.


Article 1.50a

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The holder of a children ' s centre shall participate in the consultation between the college and the competent authority of schools on educational background policy, intended in the Articles 167 and 167a of the Law on Primary Education and works on the conclusion of the agreements and their fulfilment.


Article 1.50b

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In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down regarding the quality of pre-school education, if subsidized by the college. In any case, these rules shall cover:

  • a. the training requirements and the training requirements to be met by the vocational training professionals;

  • b. the number of vocational training in pre-school education in relation to the number of children;

  • c. Group size; and

  • d. the minimum size of pre-school education.


Article 1.51

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The holder of a children's centre shall pursue a policy which ensures that the safety and health of the children to be caught in each of the children being exploited is guaranteed as far as possible. The holder of the children's centre shall, in so far as it is not provided with or under other laws and regulations, present in writing a risk assessment in writing of the risks involved in the reception of children.


Article 1.51a

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre or a host parent agency shall establish a code of contact for staff or host parents in a step-by-step guide to how to deal with signs of domestic or child abuse and that there is reasonable need to do so; to contribute to providing assistance as quickly and adequately as possible.

  • 4 The holder shall promote knowledge and use of the milk code.

  • 5 In the case of, or under general management, the elements of a milk code shall be determined in each case.


Article 1.51b

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  • 1 If the holder of a children's centre or of a host parent company has become known in any way that:

    • a. A person employed by his undertaking; or

    • b. A host parent offering host-parent accommodation through a host parent agency or any of the other persons aged 18 or older as intended in Article 1.56b, third paragraph ;

    possibly guilty or has committed to a felony against the mores as intended in Title XIV of the Code of Criminal Law or assault as intended in Title XX of the Code of Criminal Law in respect of a child of a parent who makes use of the childcare provided by him, the holder shall without delay enter into consultation with an expert to be notified by Our Minister.

  • 2 If the consultations referred to in paragraph 1 have to be concluded that there is reasonable suspicion that the person concerned has been guilty of a crime as referred to in paragraph 1, the holder of a criminal act must be regarded as having been children's centre or host office without delay to a police investigating officer as intended Article 127 in conjunction with Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure The proprietor shall without delay inform the expert referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 3 If a person working in the undertaking of the holder of a children's centre or host office has become known in any way that another for the purposes of the undertaking of that holder, a host parent or a person of 18 year or older as intended in Article 1.56b, third paragraph , possibly guilty or has committed a crime as referred to in the first member to a child of a parent who uses the childcare provided by the holder of a children ' s centre or host office, he shall propose the holder of that offence. children's centre or from that host-parent's office without undue delay.

  • 4 If application of the third member would result in the person being informed of the presumption to be the same person as the person who is potentially guilty or has made a crime as referred to in the first paragraph, Article 1.51c, first and second paragraphs , mutatis mutandis.

  • 5 The holder of a children's centre or of a host office shall promote the knowledge and use of the practice provided for in this Article.


Article 1.51c

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  • 1 If:

    • a. A person employed by the undertaking of the holder of a children's centre or host office; or

    • b. A host parent providing host-parent accommodation through a host parent agency;

    has become known in any way that the natural person who is also the holder of a children's centre or of a host parent agency may be guilty of or has committed a crime against the mores as intended for the purpose of Title XIV of the Code of Criminal Law or assault as intended in Title XX of the Code of Criminal Law to a child of a parent using the child care provided by that holder, the person referred to in subparagraph (a) or (b) may enter into consultations with an expert as referred to in Article 1.51b, first paragraph .

  • 2 If it is to be concluded that there is reasonable suspicion that the holder has pleaded guilty to a crime as referred to in paragraph 1, the person employed by the Company of a children ' s centre or from a host parent agency, or the host parent promptly reports to a police investigating officer as intended Article 127 in conjunction with Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure .

  • 3 The holder of a children's centre or of a host office shall promote the knowledge and use of the practice provided for in this Article.


Article 1.52

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  • 1 Childcare is done on the basis of a written agreement between the holder of a children ' s centre or from a host parent office and the parent.

  • 2 The Secretary of State may provide that the parent may not be obliged to pay more hours per day or per day than a ceiling to be set in that scheme.

  • 3 The number of hours referred to in the second paragraph may be determined differently by type of childcare.


Article 1.53

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In order to ensure proper implementation of this Chapter, rules relating to the administration of information to children's centres and information by children's centres to parents may be laid down in the regulation of our Minister.


Article 1.54

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre informs the parents whose children are taken to the children's centre and any person who so requests on the policy to be carried out as referred to in this paragraph.

  • 2 The holder of a children ' s centre informs about an inspection report as intended Article 1.63, first paragraph , as regards its children's centre:

    • a. the parents of the children who are taken care of in that children's centre; and

    • b. The persons employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates that children's centre.

  • 3 The information referred to in the second paragraph shall be informed by the holder, as soon as possible after receiving the inspection report on his website, so that the report for the parents and persons employed by the firm with which the holder is responsible the children's centre is readily accessible or, if the holder does not have a website of his own, makes available for access to a person working for the parents and persons at the company's premises.

  • 4 The rules of our Minister may lay down rules for the proper implementation of this Chapter in relation to the information that the holder of a children's centre is obliged to make available to a parent.


Article 1.54a

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  • 1 The holder of a host office shall inform the parents of the children who are taking advantage of the host-care reception provided by his/her intervention and any person asking for the policy to be carried out as referred to in this paragraph.

  • 2 The holder of a host parent agency informs about an inspection report as intended Article 1.63, first paragraph , on its host parent office or on a provision for host parents ' reception in that host office:

    • a. the parents of the children who, through his intervention, are making use of a provision for host-care accommodation,

    • b. The persons employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates a host parent agency; and

    • c. the host parents who offer host-parent accommodation through his intervention.

  • 3 The information referred to in paragraph 2 shall be made by the holder, by placing the inspection report as soon as possible on his website so as to make the report to the parents, persons employed by the undertaking with which the holder is responsible. the host parents ' office operates and the host parents are readily accessible, or if the holder does not have a website of their own, makes available for access to a parent, the person working at the firm and the host parents.

  • 4 The rules of our Minister may lay down rules for the proper implementation of this Chapter in relation to the information which the holder of a host office is obliged to make available to a parent.


Article 1.55

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  • 1 In the case of childcare at a children's centre, or in a host-care facility provision, the Dutch language is used as a feed language. Where in addition to the Dutch language, the Frisian language or a regional language is in live use, the Frisian language or the regional language can be used as a feed language.

  • 2 By way of derogation from paragraph 1, a further language may be used as a working language, where the origin of the children in specific circumstances requires, in accordance with the language of the holder of the children's centre or of the host parents ' office, to that end. Code established.


Article 1.56

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  • 1 The holder of a host office shall organise its work in such a way as to provide both qualitative and quantitative staff and material, shall ensure that the responsibility for the responsibility of the office is responsible, and shall carry out a decision on the quality of the staff and the such policies, which lead or reasonably lead to responsible implementation of such activities and to compliance with Article 1.56b through the host parent.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down concerning the quality of host parent agencies, including rules on the training requirements to be met by the professional staff.

  • 3 The holder of a host parent office and the persons employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates a host parent company is Article 1.50, third to tenth members , mutatis mutandis. On the holder of a host parent agency Article 1.51 applicable mutatis mutandis.

  • Guest parental care is provided on the basis of a written agreement between the holder of the host parent office and the parent. Under the terms of the Minister's arrangement, rules may be laid down regarding the content of the agreement.

  • 5 In the case of an arrangement by our Minister, it may be stipulated that the costs of execution do not exceed a maximum limit per type of cost to be determined by that scheme.

  • 6 In order to ensure the proper implementation of this Act, the Minister may be subject to rules on:

    • a. The records of data at host parents ' offices;

    • b. Payment Traffic between guest parents, the host parent agency and parents;

    • c. The provision of information by the host parents office to parents.

  • 7 By arrangement of Our Minister, rules may be set about the minimum number of hours of support a host parent provides annually to a host parent.


Article 1.56a

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The holder of a host office shall use the civil service number of the parent in order to ensure the proper execution of the rules laid down in or pursuant to this Section.


Article 1.56b

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  • 1 The host parent shall have such expertise, organise the host parent reception in such a way, provide for the provision of host-parent accommodation in such a way as to provide material and conduct a pedagogical policy that leads or is reasonably available to the host parent. shall lead to responsible host-parent accommodation. The host parent shall take into account the risk assessment drawn up in the performance of the work carried out in the course of the execution of the work. Article 1.56, third paragraph In conjunction with Article 1.51 and he is responsible for the compliance of the milk code, intended Article 1.51a, first paragraph .

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules on the quality of the host parent reception may be laid down. These rules may relate to:

    • a. safety and health;

    • b. The expert requirements to which the host parent meets;

    • c. Group size;

    • d. the accommodation and the establishment of the space intended for host-care accommodation;

    • e. the space available for children;

    • f. the pedagogical policy and the pedagogical practice.

  • 3 The host parent and other persons of 18 years of age or older who have their principal residence at the same residence address as the holder of the host care accommodation facility, as well as the volunteers and interns employed there, are in possession of a statement of interest. of the behaviour.

  • 4 The holder of a host parent agency shall submit the application for the purpose of submitting the application Article 1.45, second paragraph , the statements of conduct referred to in paragraph 3, to the college, with the exception of the explanation of the behaviour of the host parent which already operates a registered host-care facility and with the exception of the statements on the conduct of any other person of 18 years of age or older as referred to in the third paragraph, if those statements concerning the behaviour have already been submitted to an earlier application for exploitation by the host parent. The statements of conduct shall not exceed two months at the time of the submission of the application.

  • 5 If the holder of a host office is reasonably expected to suspect that a person referred to in the third paragraph no longer meets the requirements for issuing a certificate of conduct, the holder shall, on request of the person concerned, whether or not the holder so requests. Supervisor to re-state a statement of behaviour within a period to be determined by the holder or by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who works as an intern the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years from the day of issue of the most current statement. of the behaviour. For each subsequent holder for which the trainee is active during that period of up to two years, he shall provide the most up-to-date statement of conduct on each occasion.

  • 8 The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who works as a volunteer the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years from the day of issue of the most current Explanation of the behaviour. A certificate of conduct shall be submitted to the host office.

  • 9 If the supervisor may reasonably suspect that a person of 12 years of age or older who is present at the time of the shelter at the address where the host parent takes place would not meet the requirements for issuing a declaration concerning the behaviour, the supervisor shall require the host parent to provide a statement of conduct with respect to that person within a time limit to be set by the supervisor. Within that period, that person shall be in possession of a statement of conduct and the host parent shall submit that statement about the behaviour to the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 10 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the proper conduct of the third party to the ninth member.


Article 1.57

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  • 1 If child care is provided in a children's centre, only by at least one of the parents of the children in that provision are provided for the purpose of applying Article 1.50, first paragraph Parents are treated as personnel and professional forces. Article 1.50, second paragraph, shall apply mutatis mutandis to parents as referred to in the first sentence.

  • 2 The parents referred to in paragraph 1 shall be in possession of a statement of conduct.

  • The declaration referred to in paragraph 2 shall be submitted to the holder of a children's centre before the parent, referred to in paragraph 1, starts his work. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months at the beginning of the work.

  • 4 If the holder of a children's centre or supervisor is reasonably entitled to suspect that a parent referred to in paragraph 1 no longer fulfils the requirements of the issuing of a certificate of conduct, the holder shall, whether or not the holder, be entitled to A request from the supervisor, that that person shall re-submit a declaration of conduct within a period to be determined by the holder or by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 5 The obligation of paragraph 3 shall apply to a parent as referred to in paragraph 1, the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years, from the day of issue of the most current statement. of the behaviour.

  • 6 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the proper implementation of the second to fifth members.


Article 1.57a

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  • 2 The publication of the policy rules is made by placing in the Official Gazette.


Article 1.57b

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall, for the benefit of parents, arrange for the handling of complaints about:

    • a. an conduct towards a parent or child of the holder, or of persons employed or employed by the holder or by his intervention; and

    • b. the agreement between the holder and the parent.

  • 2 The scheme referred to in paragraph 1 shall be written by the holder of a children's centre or host office in writing and shall, in any event, provide that:

    • a. The parent submits his complaint in writing to the holder;

    • b. The holder carefully examines the complaint;

    • c. to keep the parent informed as much as possible of the progress of the handling of the complaint;

    • d. the complaint, taking into account the nature of the complaint, shall be handled as soon as possible, but not later than six weeks after submission to the holder;

    • (e) the proprietor provides the parent with a written and reasoned opinion on the complaint; and

    • (f) in the judgment a concrete deadline will be set within which any action taken in response to the complaint will be realised.

  • 3 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall, in accordance with the provisions of the first paragraph and amendments thereto, appropriately pay the attention of the parents and act in accordance with the provisions of this arrangement.

  • 4 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall ensure that, in each calendar year, a report shall be drawn up in the following calendar year that shall include at least:

    • a concise description of the scheme provided for in paragraph 1;

    • b. the manner in which he has brought that scheme to the attention of the parents;

    • c. the number and type of complaints he treated by location;

    • d. the scope of the judgments and nature of the measures taken, referred to in the second paragraph, parts e and f, by location; and

    • e. the number and nature of the disputes referred to by the Dispute Settlement Commission Article 1.57c, first paragraph -Treated disputes.

  • 5 The report referred to in paragraph 4 shall be drawn up in such a form that the judgments shall not be retractable to natural persons unless it is the holder of the judgment.

  • 6 The report referred to in paragraph 4 shall not be included in the report:

    • a. the residence address of a host parent, provided that no provision for host-care accommodation is established at that address; and

    • b. the residence address of the holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office, where the holder is a natural person and in so far as the children's centre or host office is not located at this address.

  • 7 The terms of reference of the calendar year to the report referred to in paragraph 4 shall be determined by the Secretary of our Minister.

  • 8 The report, referred to in paragraph 4, shall be sent by the holder of a children's centre or from a host parent office, before 1 June of the calendar year following the calendar year to which the report relates to the supervisor, Article 1.61, first paragraph , and, at the same time, bring the report to the attention of the parents in an appropriate manner.

  • 9 By way of derogation from the fourth paragraph, no report shall be drawn up if no complaints have been lodged with the holder in the relevant calendar year.


Article 1.57c

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office is part of a dispute settlement committee approved by the Minister for Security and Justice for the handling of disputes:

    • a. Between the holder of a children 's centre or from a host parent' s office and a parent on a subject as intended in Article 1.57b, first paragraph ;

    • b. between the holder of a children 's centre or from a host parents' office and the parent commission on the application and implementation of Article 1.60 by the holder.

  • 2 The proprietor of a children ' s centre or of a host parent office shall bring appropriate provisions to the attention of the parents to disputes to the dispute settlement committee.

  • 3 The dispute settlement committee, referred to in paragraph 1, shall inform the college that a holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office is affiliated or is no longer affiliated to the dispute settlement committee. The college processes the data, meant in the first sentence, in the register childcare.

  • 4 In the case of a general measure of management, detailed rules may be laid down for the dispute settlement obligations associated with the holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office and the parent and the parent committee.

  • 5 By order of Our Minister, a financial compensation may be provided to the Dispute Settlement Commission referred to in the first paragraph.


Article 1.57d

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Any person involved in the implementation of the Articles 1.57b and 1.57c providing information on which he or she is of a confidential nature or which is reasonably presumed to be confidential, and who is not subject to any obligation of confidentiality under the terms of office, profession or legal requirement of such data. shall be subject to the obligation of secrecy, except in so far as any provision of law requires it to be published or the need for publication is required in the execution of this Chapter.


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Article 1.58

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  • 1 A holder of a children's centre or of a host parent agency shall, within six months of the registration, set up Article 1.46, second paragraph , for each of the children's centre or host office operated by him, a parent commission in which it is responsible for advising him on the matters referred to in the Committee on the Environment, Article 1.60 .

  • 2 The obligation to set up a parent committee referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply if:

    • a. The keeper has demonstrably enough effort to set up a parent commission; and

    • b. It is a children's centre, accommodating up to 50 children, or a host parent office, with a maximum of 50 host parents.

  • 3 In the situation referred to in paragraph 2, the holder demonstrably involves the parents in a manner other than the subject in question, in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 3 (2). Article 1.60, first paragraph , where the holder is given the opportunity to take part in a parent committee, the holder of that parent committee shall, in that case, adopt rules of procedure and shall be Article 1.59, second to fifth paragraphs , and Article 1.60 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 4 The members of the parent committee shall be chosen from and by the parents of whom the children are to be taken care of at the centre of children or through the intermediary of the host office.

  • 5 Persons employed in a children's centre of host parents ' office are not members of the parent committee of that children's centre or guest parent office.

  • 6 The parent committee shall determine its own rules of operation.


Article 1.59

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  • 2 In any case, the rules of procedure shall contain rules concerning:

    • a. the number of members of the parent commission;

    • b. the manner in which the members of the parent committee are elected;

    • c. the term of office of the members of the parent committee.

  • 3 The rules of procedure do not contain rules on the rules of operation of the parent committee.

  • 4 The parent committee shall decide by a majority of votes.

  • 5 Amendments to the Rules of Procedure require the approval of the Board of Staff.


Article 1.60

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  • 1 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall, in any event, advise the parent committee to give an opinion on any proposed decision relating to:

    • a. the manner in which execution is given to Article 1.50, first paragraph , in particular, the pedagogical policy which is being conducted, and Article 1.56, first paragraph , in particular, the policy being pursued with regard to the pedagogical policies to be implemented by the host parent;

    • b. General and general policy on education, safety or health policy;

    • c. opening hours;

    • d. policy with regard to the provision of pre-school education;

    • e. the adoption or amendment of a system of treatment of complaints as referred to in Article 1.57b, first paragraph ;

    • f. modification of the price of childcare.

  • 2 Of an opinion referred to in paragraph 1, the holder of the children's centre or of the host-parent office may not deviate if he indicates in writing that the importance of childcare is opposed to the opinion.

  • 3 The parent committee shall also be entitled to advise the holder of a children's centre or of a host office on the subjects mentioned in the first paragraph.

  • 5 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall provide the parent committee in good time and on request in writing all the information which it reasonably requires for the performance of its task.

  • 6 After determination by the inspection report ' s supervisor, intended in Article 1.63, first paragraph , the holder of a children's centre, or a host parent company, discusses this report with the parent commission.

  • 7 The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent agency shall appropriately bring the case to disputes to the disputes committee to the attention of the parent committee.


Article 1.60a [ Expat per 01-01-2016]

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Section 4. Enforcement

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Paragraph 1. Monitoring of compliance

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Article 1.61

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  • 2 In so far as a children ' s centre is a provision for host parent reception or a host parent office in a property, supervisors in the performance of the duties referred to in paragraph 1 shall have jurisdiction without the consent of the residents in that property. to enter.


Article 1.61a

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  • 1 A body to designate by our Minister shall promote the quality and uniformity of the performance of the task by the college under this section.

  • 2 By order of Our Minister, a financial compensation is granted to the institution, referred to in the first member.


Article 1.62

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  • 2 Without prejudice to the first paragraph, the supervisor shall, in reasonableness, examine each annual or the exploitation of each registered children's centre and registered host parent agency in accordance with the conditions of the Articles 1.45 to 1.59 set rules.

  • 3 Without prejudice to the first paragraph, the supervisor shall, on the basis of random sampling, examine whether the operation of registered guest care facilities is in accordance with the requirements of the competent authorities of the Member State concerned. Articles 1.45 to 1.59 set rules.

  • 4 In addition to the examination provided for in paragraphs 2 and 3 of the first, second and third paragraphs, the supervisor may, if appropriate, carry out an occasional examination of compliance by a holder of the case or under the Articles 1.45 to 1.59 set rules.

  • 5 If deficiencies have been identified in the course of the second to the fourth paragraph, the supervisor may subsequently carry out one or more further investigations.


Article 1.63

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  • 2 If the supervisor finds that the holder is the one in or under the Articles 1.45 to 1.59 He shall state that in the report it shall not be or shall not be complied with.

  • 3 Before the report is established, the supervisor shall inform the holder of the draft report and make its views known. The supervisor shall state the opinion of the holder in an annex to the report. This paragraph shall not apply to an inspection report drawn up as a result of an investigation as referred to in Article 4 (2) of the EC Treaty. Article 1.62, fifth paragraph .

  • 4 The supervisor shall, without delay, forward the inspection report referred to in paragraph 1:

    • a. The holder of a children's centre,

    • b. The holder of a host parent agency and the host parent if the report relates to the host parent; or

    • c. The holder of a host parent agency, if the report relates to a host parent agency.

  • 5 The supervisor shall publish the inspection report no later than three weeks after its adoption.

  • 6 The supervisor shall send a copy of the inspection report following an investigation at a children's centre where preschool education is offered to the college and to the Inspectorate of Education, if in relation to one or more of the following: more of the basic conditions for quality preschool education, intended in Article 1.61, first paragraph , shortcomings have been identified.


Article 1.64

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  • 1 Our Minister may lay down policy rules on the methodology to be used by the supervisor for an investigation as referred to in this paragraph.

  • 2 The publication of the policy rules is made by placing in the Official Gazette.


Section 2. Municipal intervention

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Article 1.65

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  • 1 The college of the municipality in which a children 's centre, a host parent care facility or a host parents' office is the one that is the one in or under the Articles 1.45 to 1.59 no or insufficient compliance with the rules laid down, may give the holder a written indication.

  • 2 In a designation referred to in paragraph 1, the college shall state the reasons on which the rules referred to in paragraph 1 are not complied with or are not complied with sufficiently and the measures to be taken in relation to them.

  • 3 The supervisor may issue a written order to a children ' s centre, host parent office or provision for host-parent accommodation if it judges:

    • a. that the quality of childcare at a children's centre, or a host care facility provision is such that the taking of measures cannot reasonably be delayed; or

    • b. that the quality of a host parent agency falls short, and therefore there is a risk that also the quality of the host parent shelter may be endangered, that taking measures cannot reasonably suffer a delay.

  • 4 The order referred to in paragraph 3 shall be valid for seven days, which may be renewed by the College.

  • 5 The holder shall take the necessary measures within the time limit laid down in the designation.


Article 1.66

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  • 1 The college may prohibit the holder from pursuing the operation of a children ' s centre, a provision for host parents or a host parent agency, as long as he does not follow an order or lead and does not impose a burden under administrative coercion is possible.

  • 2 If an investigation as referred to in Article 1.62 or otherwise, it appears that the children's centre, the provision for host-care accommodation or the host parents ' agency is not likely to be the one or more of the Section 3, Section 2 , of this Chapter, the College may, as long as that situation arises, prohibit the holder from operating or holding on the basis of the provision of a host parent service or that host office.


Paragraph 2a. Disputes

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Article 1.66a

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  • 1 The Dispute Settlement committee shall carry out its work on the basis of a regulation which shall at least ensure that:

    • a. To the Dispute Settlement Commission a dispute may be submitted by a parent:

      • 1 °. who, after lodging a complaint with the holder of a children ' s centre or host office, has not received a judgment as intended in time Article 1.57b, second paragraph, part e ;

      • 2 °, which wishes to have a complaint made at second instance;

      • 3 °. for whom handling of a complaint pursuant to a written procedure as referred to in Article 1.57b, first paragraph , is not guaranteed by the absence of that scheme or by virtue of the fact that the scheme does not comply with Article 1.57b, second paragraph, or

      • 4. of those who, in reasonable circumstances, cannot be required to complain to the holder of a children's centre or to a host parent office under the conditions laid down;

    • b. the Dispute Settlement Commission has jurisdiction over a dispute by means of a binding opinion to give a ruling;

    • c. to decide within six months of the submission of the dispute, the dispute resolution committee shall rule;

    • d. by way of derogation from subparagraph C, the dispute settlement committee shall decide, in the shorter term following the submission of the dispute, to give judgment in cases where, having regard to the nature of the dispute and the interests involved, it is appropriate;

    • (e) the disputes committee shall disclose to the public the decisions on the disputes referred to it, such that they are not directly identifiable to natural or legal persons; and

    • f. The Dispute Settlement Commission of at least three members, including a Chairman, and these members are not employed by or with the holder to whom the dispute relates nor are otherwise in direct relation to the parent or holder in question.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, further rules may be laid down in relation to dispute settlement by the dispute resolution committee and the rules of procedure referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 1.66b

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  • 1 If the parent commission has a dispute with the holder on the application and execution of Article 1.60 By putting the holder to the dispute settlement commission, the Dispute Settlement Commission shall only verify that the holder has acted in reasonable terms when considering the interests concerned.

  • 2 If the Dispute Settlement Commission states the parent commission, it may also state in its judgment that:

    • (a) the holder withdraws all or part of his decision;

    • (b) one or more consequences of that decision shall be undone.

  • 3 If the holder makes use of the Article 1.58, second and third paragraphs , provided alternative form of parental involvement may, if it lents itself, be determined by a general management measure, that this form for the purposes of the first and second paragraphs and Article 1.57c is equated with a parent commission. Conditions may be attached to this.

  • 4 If use is made of the Article 1.58, second and third paragraphs , provided alternative form of parental involvement, but this form does not lend itself to the application of the first and second members and Article 1.57c , may instead have a parent over a dispute over application and execution of Article 1.60 submit to the dispute settlement committee, and the first and second paragraphs and Article 1.57c shall apply as far as possible mutatis mutandis.


Paragraph 2b. Information to be provided to the GGD

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Article 1.67 [ Expired by 01-10-2012]

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Article 1.67a

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The Tax Administration/Surcharges shall provide the GGD free of charge with the information and information the knowledge of which may be relevant to the supervision of compliance with the case of Chapter 1 set rules.


Paragraph 3. Information to Minister by colleges

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Article 1.68

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  • 1 The College shall provide information and information necessary to our Minister for information and policy-making and statistics relating to Chapter 1 of this Law.

  • 2 The rules of our Minister may lay down rules on the information provided by the College on the execution of its activities under this Chapter and the manner in which the College provides the information and intelligence provides and collects and or in what way this information is made public.

  • 3 The information and information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be provided free of charge.


Article 1.69 [ Expired by 01-10-2012]

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Article 1.70 [ Expired by 01-10-2012]

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Section 5. Detection and penalties

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Paragraph 1. Discovery

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Article 71 [ Expired by 01-09-2005]

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Paragraph 2. Administrative fines

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Article 1.72

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  • 2 By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the holder ' s offense cannot be pencuned by administrative penalty if the offence is intentional or recklessly, and a direct danger to the health or safety of persons results in. This is


Article 73 [ Verfall by 01-07-2009]

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Article 74 [ Verfall by 01-07-2009]

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Article 75 [ Expired by 01-07-2009]

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Article 76 [ Verfall by 01-07-2009]

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Article 77 [ Expaed by 01-07-2009]

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Article 78 [ Expaed by 01-07-2009]

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Article 79 [ Verfalls by 01-07-2009]

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Article 1.80

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If the College intends to impose an administrative fine, it shall notify the offender accordingly, stating the grounds on which it is based and the report is produced.


Paragraph 3. Enforcement statement

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Article 1.81

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  • 2 The indication referred to in paragraph 1 concerns the character of the penalty or the measure, and a description of the obligation which has not been fulfilled.

  • 3 Upon request, the college shall provide a copy of the decision, referred to in paragraph 1, in which the particulars to natural persons shall be anonymised, with the exception of the address of the holder's residence when the place of reception is situated at the time of their reception. Residential address.

  • 4 Detailed rules for the implementation of this Article shall be laid down in the case of a general measure of management.


Article 82 [ Expaed by 01-07-2009]

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Article 83 [ Verfall by 01-07-2009]

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Article 84 [ Verfall by 01-07-2009]

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Article 85 [ Expaed by 01-09-2005]

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Article 1.86 [ Verfall by 01-01-2013]

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Section 6. Experiments

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Article 1.87

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  • 1 For a maximum period of four years for experiments to enable innovative childcare to be created, childcare may be assigned to general measures of management and may be designated and capable of being used for the purpose of providing rules shall be laid down for:

    • a. The quality of the forms of childcare to be indicated;

    • b. The monitoring of compliance with the rules referred to in point (a);

    • c. The height of the childcare supplement;

    • d. the duration of the forms of child care to be indicated as an experiment.

    Such rules may derogate from Article 1.1, first paragraph , as regards the concepts of 'host parents' and 'host parents', Article 1.1, second paragraph, part (a), Article 1.7 , Section 3 , with the exception of Article 1.48 to 1.48b , as well as Section 4, paragraphs 1 and 2 , and Section 5, Section 2 -From this chapter.

  • 2 In the case of, or under a general measure of administration, conditions may be imposed for participation in an experiment.

  • 3 If application is given to the first member a parent referred to in Article 1.6 Entitlement to a childcare supplement in the costs to be paid by him or his partner, if it is an experimental form of childcare, registered.

  • 4 In the case of a general measure of management, experiments referred to in paragraph 1 may be continued until a structural arrangement has been completed, but not longer than for a period of not more than two years. The first, second and third paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 1.88

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  • 1 Our Minister, after consultation with our Minister of Finance and Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport, shall, at the latest six months before the end of an experiment, as referred to in Article 1.87 , a report on its effectiveness and its effects, as well as a position on the continuation of the scheme in question, other than as an experiment, to the two Chambers of the States-General.

  • 2 If an experiment as referred to in Article 1.87 , terminated earlier than the time limit laid down by general management measures provided for in paragraph 1 of that Article, our Minister shall, after consulting our Minister of Finance and Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport, send to the Council the following: by way of derogation from the first paragraph, no later than two months after the end of that experiment, a report on its effectiveness and effects, and a position on the continuation of the scheme in question, other than as an experiment, to the two Chambers of the States-General.


Article 1.89 [ Exp. by 01-07-2013]

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Chapter 2 Quality requirements for playrooms

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Section 1. General provisions

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Article 2.1

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  • 1 In this chapter and in the provisions based on this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:

    • Professional force: the person of 18 years of age or older who is employed in a nurseries, is remunerated and is responsible for the care, education and contribution to the development of children in a playroom;

    • Professional force in training: the person who follows the occupational accompanying learning path, intended in the Vocational education law , has a contract of employment with the holder and is responsible for the practical part of the training with the care, education and contribution to the development of children;

    • Professional force for school education: the person employed as an occupational force and responsible for pre-school education and meeting the training requirements and training requirements, as intended in Article 2.8 (a) ;

    • College: (a) College of mayor and aldermen of the municipality where a playbook is established or will be established;

    • GGD: Municipal Health Service as intended Article 14 of the Public Health Act ;

    • Registered toddler playroom: a toddler playroom registered in the register as intended for use in playbook Article 2.3, second paragraph ;

    • Dispute resolution: the committee referred to in Article 2.13b, first paragraph ;

    • holder: the person to whom a company as referred to in the Commercial Registry Act 2007 It belongs to and operates in a playroom with that undertaking;

    • Our Minister: Our Minister of Social Affairs and Employment;

    • older: blood-or related in the ascending line or the foster parent of a child on whom the toddler work relates, except that in the assessment of whether or not there is a foster parenthood fee on the basis of the Juvenile law is not taken into account;

    • Parent Committee: Commission as referred to in Article 2.15 ;

    • Playbook: the care, education and contribution to the development of children exclusively for children from the age of two years up to the time when those children may participate in primary education;

    • Playroom: provision where playing playbook takes place, other than guest parent care or childcare at a children's centre;

    • Register playbook: the read-play playbook, intended in Article 2.4b, first paragraph ;

    • trainee: the person carrying out an education, the practical part of which is a limited part of the total duration of study, who is responsible for work with the holder for the purposes of the practical part of the training course and not in training;

    • agency work: the person of 18 years of age or older who is employed in a temporary employment agency and has been broadcast for work in a playroom;

    • Explanation of behaviour: a statement of the behaviour of natural persons or a statement of conduct on the behaviour of legal persons;

    • Explanation of the behaviour of natural persons: a statement of behaviour, issued in accordance with the Law and punitive data law , for the benefit of a natural person;

    • Explanation of the behaviour of legal persons: a statement of behaviour, issued in accordance with the Law and punitive data law , for the benefit of a legal person;

    • preschool education: implementation of a college-funded programme aimed at improving the conditions for successful inflows in primary education for children who are not yet admitted to a school;

    • Volunteer: the person of 18 years of age or older who is structurally or not against a volunteer fee on a regular, non-incidental basis, is employed by a toddler playroom and is in charge of care, education or contributions to the development of children.

  • 2 Where, in the case of, or under this chapter, a statement of conduct shall be made to explain the behaviour of natural persons if the person concerned is a natural person and a declaration of the behaviour of the person concerned, legal persons shall, if the person concerned is a legal person.


Section 2. Quality paddleroom quality

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Paragraph 1. Application and registration

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Article 2.2

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  • 1 The person intending to use a playroom in operation shall make an application to the college.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be given on the information provided in the application, referred to in paragraph 1, and on the arrangements for providing such information.


Article 2.3

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  • 1 Not later than 10 weeks after the receipt of the application, Article 2.2, first paragraph , the college decides on the application. If from the survey, Article 2.20, first paragraph , it has been found that the operation will reasonably be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the paragraphs 2 and 3 of this section and otherwise has not been found to be facts and circumstances which indicate the contrary, shall be taken into account in a positive way on the application.

  • (2) In the decision in which a positive decision is taken on the application referred to in paragraph 1, the college shall determine the date from which the operation is to be used. That date shall not be before the date of publication of the Decision. The college shall arrange for the inscription of the toddler playroom in the register of playbook work in which the date of entry from the service is to be entered as the start date of the registration.

  • 3 The college shall inform the holder in writing that the inscription of the toddler playroom has taken place in the register of playbook.

  • 4 In the case of an invitation to tender as referred to in paragraph 2, the Commission shall indicate the information required by Article 2.2, third paragraph Have been provided.


Article 2.4

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  • 1 The holder of any change in the information to be made to the college by or under a general measure of management shall, without delay, communicate to the college, after the change has become known to him. The holder shall request that the data be changed.

  • 2 The College may decide, as a result of the request referred to in paragraph 1, to amend the data and, if necessary, shall process it in the register of playbook.

  • 3 The holder may request the college to remove the inscription of a toddler playroom from the register toddler playbook.

  • 4 The College may, in response to a request referred to in paragraph 3, decide to remove the invitation to tender and shall process it in the register of playbook work.

  • 6 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 4 of this Article.


Article 2.4a

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  • 1 The college may decide to remove the inscription of a playroom without any prior request from the holder from the register of playbook work or to change the data in the register of playbook work. If the college so decides, the college shall process it in the register of playbook work.

  • 2 Our Minister may decide to modify the registration of a preschool playroom without any prior request from the holder in the register of playbook. If our Minister decides to do this, he will process this in the register of playbook work.

  • 3 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the implementation of the first and second paragraphs.


Article 2.4b

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  • 1 Our Minister shall ensure the establishment of a register of playbook work in order to ensure the quality and legal certainty of the playbook and for the purposes of supervision and enforcement of the work to be carried out and to ensure that the work is to be maintained and maintained. rules established under this Section.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules shall be laid down concerning the register of playbook work. In any case, these rules shall cover:

    • a. form of the register;

    • b. the information to be entered in the register;

    • c. the recording, modification and deletion of data from the register;

    • d. the provision of data;

    • e. the public access to data;

    • f. the responsibilities of those who supply data for the purposes of the register.


Section 2. Requirements

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Article 2.5

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A holder provides responsible toddler playwork, which is understood to mean playing playbook that contributes to, and encourages, the good and healthy development of the child in a safe and healthy environment.


Article 2.6

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  • 1 The holder organises the playbook in such a way, provides both qualitative and quantitative of personnel and equipment for the playroom, ensures responsibility for the allocation of responsibilities, and conducts such activities in such a way that pedagogical policies that can reasonably lead to responsible for playing playbook. In order to implement the first sentence, the holder must, at least, draw attention to the number of professionals and volunteers in relation to the number of children per age group, the group size, the training requirements of the vocational training and the conditions and the extent to which professional training in training and care for children may be entrusted.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down concerning the quality of the playbook in a playroom. These rules may relate to:

    • a. safety and health;

    • (b) the training requirements to be met by the professional staff;

    • (c) the use of professional training in training;

    • d. the number of professionals and volunteers in relation to the number of children by age group;

    • e. group size;

    • f. the pedagogical policy and the pedagogical practice.

  • 3 The holder of a playroom and the persons employed in an undertaking with which the holder operates a playroom shall be in possession of a statement of conduct.

  • 4 A statement on the conduct of a person working in an undertaking referred to in paragraph 3 shall be submitted to the holder before the person concerned begins his work. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months at the beginning of the work.

  • 5 The holder shall submit the application for the purpose of submitting the application Article 2.2, first paragraph -A statement of conduct at the college. The certificate of conduct shall not exceed two months at the time of application for the application.

  • 6 If the supervisor may reasonably suspect that the holder no longer meets the requirements for issuing a certificate of conduct, the supervisor shall require that the supervisor to submit a statement on the behaviour again. within a time limit to be set by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 7 If the holder is reasonably entitled to suspect that a person working in an undertaking referred to in paragraph 3 no longer fulfils the requirements for the issuing of a certificate of conduct, the holder shall, upon request, request that the holder of the supervisor, that that person shall re-submit a statement of conduct within a period of time to be determined by the holder or by the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who works as an trainee or a temporary agency for the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years, from the day of the issue of the most Current statement on behaviour. For each subsequent holder for which the trainee or the agency is active during that period of up to two years, he shall provide the most up-to-date statement of conduct on each occasion.

  • The obligation of paragraph 4 shall apply to a person who works as a volunteer for the first time before he starts work and then no later than every two years from the day of issue of the most current statement. of the behaviour.

  • 10 If the supervisor may reasonably suspect that a person of 12 years of age or older who is present at the time of the playbook in the playroom would not comply with the requirements for the issuing of a certificate of conduct, The supervisor shall require the holder of the toddler playroom to submit a statement of conduct in relation to that person within a time limit to be set by the supervisor. Within that period, that person shall be in possession of a statement of conduct and the holder shall submit that statement on the behaviour to the supervisor. An attestation of conduct shall not be more than two months old at the time of their presentation.

  • 11 In the case of, or under general management, detailed rules may be laid down for the proper conduct of the third party to the ninth member.


Article 2.7

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The holder of a toddler playroom participates in the consultations between the college and the competent authority of schools on educational background policy, intended in particular. Article 167a of the Law on Primary Education , and cooperate in the establishment of the cooperation arrangements and their fulfilment.


Article 2.8

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In the case of, or under general management, rules shall be laid down regarding the quality of pre-school education, if subsidized by the college. In any case, these rules shall cover:

  • a. the training requirements and the training requirements to be met by the vocational training professionals;

  • b. the number of vocational training in pre-school education in relation to the number of children;

  • c. Group size; and

  • d. the minimum size of pre-school education.


Article 2.9

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The holder shall pursue a policy which ensures that the safety and health of the children to be captured are guaranteed as far as possible in each of the children's playrooms maintained by him. The holder shall, in so far as it is not provided with or under other laws and regulations, in a risk assessment, record in writing the risks of the playbook work.


Article 2.9a

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  • 1 The holder of a toddler playroom shall establish a code of staff for the staff, identifying incrementally and reasonably contributing to the rapid and adequate return of signals of domestic violence or child abuse -may be provided.

  • 4 The holder of a playroom promotes the knowledge and use of the milk code.

  • 5 In the case of, or under general management, the elements of a milk code shall be determined in each case.


Article 2.9b

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  • 1 If the holder has become known in any way that a person employed by his company may be guilty or has committed a crime against the mores as intended in Title XIV of the Code of Criminal Law or assault as intended in Title XX of the Code of Criminal Law the holder shall enter without delay in consultation with an expert to be notified by Our Minister to a child of a parent who uses the toddler work offered by him.

  • 2 If the consultations referred to in paragraph 1 have to be concluded that there is reasonable suspicion that the person concerned has been guilty of a crime as referred to in paragraph 1, the holder shall without delay declaration to an investigation officer as intended for the purpose of Article 127 in conjunction with Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure The proprietor shall without delay inform the expert referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 3 If a person employed by the undertaking of the holder has become known in any way that another person may be engaged in the business of that holder or has committed himself to a crime as referred to in Article 3 (1), the first member to a child of a parent who makes use of the toddler playwork offered by the holder, shall immediately inform the holder thereof.

  • 4 If application of the third member would result in the person being informed of the presumption to be the same person as the person who is potentially guilty or has made a crime as referred to in the first paragraph, Article 2.9c, first and second paragraphs , mutatis mutandis.

  • 5 The holder shall promote knowledge and use of the practice referred to in this Article.


Article 2.9c

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  • 2 If it is to be concluded that there is a reasonable suspicion that the holder has pleaded guilty to a crime as referred to in paragraph 1, the person employed by the undertaking of the holder shall promptly report to the person concerned. an investigating officer as intended to Article 127 in conjunction with Article 141 of the Code of Criminal Procedure .

  • 3 The holder shall promote knowledge and use of the practice referred to in this Article.


Article 2.10

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Under the arrangements of our Minister, rules may be laid down for the proper implementation of this Chapter with regard to the administration of information in the playrooms and the provision of information by playrooms to parents.


Article 2.11

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  • 1 The holder informs the parents of the children who make use of the toddler work offered by the holder and any person who so requests on the policy to be carried out as referred to in this paragraph.

  • 2 The keeper informs about an inspection report as intended Article 2.21, first paragraph , on his playbook:

    • a. The parents of the children who make use of the toddler playwork offered by the holder; and

    • b. The persons employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates a play-in-play hall.

  • 3 The information referred to in the second paragraph shall be informed by the holder, as soon as possible after receiving the inspection report on his website, so that the report for the parents and persons employed by the firm with which the holder is responsible it is readily available to operate the playroom, or where the holder has no own website, makes available for access to a person working for the parents and persons at the premises of the company.

  • 4 In the case of the regulation of our Minister, rules may be laid down for the proper implementation of this Chapter with regard to the information that the holder is obliged to make available to a parent.


Article 2.12

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  • 1 In a playroom, the Dutch language is used as a feed language. Where in addition to the Dutch language, the Frisian language or a regional language is in live use, the Frisian language or the regional language can be used as a feed language.

  • 2 By way of derogation from paragraph 1, another language may be used as a feed language, if the origin of the children in specific circumstances requires, in accordance with a code of conduct adopted by the holder.


Article 2.13

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  • 2 The publication of the policy rules is made by placing in the Official Gazette.


Article 2.13a

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  • 1 The holder shall arrange for parents a settlement of complaints about:

    • a. a conduct towards a parent or child of the holder or of persons employed in the holder; and

    • b. the agreement between the holder and the parent.

  • 2 The arrangement, referred to in paragraph 1, shall be documented by the holder in writing and shall, in any event, provide that:

    • a. The parent submits his complaint in writing to the holder;

    • b. The holder carefully examines the complaint;

    • c. to keep the parent informed as much as possible of the progress of the handling of the complaint;

    • d. the complaint, taking into account the nature of the complaint, shall be handled as soon as possible, but not later than six weeks after submission to the holder;

    • (e) the proprietor provides the parent with a written and reasoned opinion on the complaint; and

    • (f) in the judgment a concrete deadline will be set within which any action taken in response to the complaint will be realised.

  • 3 The holder shall appropriately pay the attention of the parents and act in accordance with this arrangement to the scheme referred to in paragraph 1 as well as amendments thereto.

  • 4 The holder shall ensure that, in each calendar year, a report shall be drawn up in the following calendar year that shall include at least:

    • a concise description of the scheme provided for in paragraph 1;

    • b. the manner in which he has brought that scheme to the attention of the parents;

    • c. the number and type of complaints he treated by location;

    • d. the scope of the judgments and nature of the measures taken, referred to in the second paragraph, parts e and f, by location; and

    • e. the number and nature of the disputes referred to in Article 2.13a (1) and the nature of the disputes referred to in Article 2 (a) (a).

  • 5 The report referred to in paragraph 4 shall be drawn up in such a form that the judgments shall not be retractable to natural persons unless it is the holder of the judgment.

  • 6 In the report referred to in paragraph 4, the address of the holder shall not be recorded where the holder is a natural person and in so far as the playbook is not located at this address.

  • 7 The terms of reference of the calendar year to the report referred to in paragraph 4 shall be determined by the Secretary of our Minister.

  • 8 The holder shall forward the report referred to in paragraph 4 before 1 June of the calendar year following the calendar year to which the report relates to the supervisor, in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 4 (2) of the Article 2.19, first paragraph , and, at the same time, bring the report to the attention of the parents in an appropriate manner.

  • 9 By way of derogation from the fourth paragraph, no report shall be drawn up if no complaints have been lodged with the holder in the relevant calendar year.


Article 2.13b

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  • 1 The holder is affiliated to a dispute settlement committee approved by the Minister of Security and Justice for the handling of disputes:

  • 2 The holder shall appropriately address the parents ' attention to the possibility of submitting disputes to the dispute settlement committee.

  • 3 The dispute settlement committee, referred to in paragraph 1, shall inform the college that a holder is affiliated or is no longer affiliated to the dispute settlement commission. The college processes the data, intended in the first sentence, in the register of playbook work.

  • 4 In the case of a general measure of management, detailed rules may be laid down regarding the obligations of the holder, the parent and the parent commission in the dispute settlement system.

  • 5 By order of Our Minister, a financial compensation may be provided to the Dispute Settlement Commission referred to in the first paragraph.


Article 2.13c

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Any person involved in the implementation of the Articles 2.13a and 2.13b providing information on which he or she is of a confidential nature or who is reasonably to suspect, and who is not subject to any obligation of secrecy on the grounds of office, occupation or law of that information shall be subject to the obligation of secrecy, except in so far as any provision of law requires him to publish or from the implementation of this Chapter, the need for publication is required.


Paragraph 3. Parent Commission

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Article 2.14

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This paragraph is only applicable to non-subsidised preschool playrooms.


Article 2.15

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  • 1 A toddler playroom holder proposes within six months of registration, intended to be used in Article 2.3, second paragraph , for each of the children's playrooms it operates, a parent committee responsible for advising him on the matters referred to in the Committee on Legal Affairs and the Committee on the Environment, Article 2.17 .

  • 2 The obligation to set up a parent committee referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply if:

    • a. The keeper has demonstrably enough effort to set up a parent commission; and

    • b. refers to a toddler playroom, where a maximum of 50 children are collected.

  • 3 In the situation referred to in paragraph 2, the holder demonstrably involves the parents in a manner other than the subject in question, in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 3 (2). Article 2.17, first paragraph , where the holder is given the opportunity to take part in a parent committee, the holder of that parent committee shall, in that case, adopt rules of procedure and shall be Article 2.16, second to fifth paragraphs , and Article 2.17 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 4 The members of the parent committee are chosen out of and by those of whom the children are taken care of in the toddler playroom.

  • 5 Persons employed in a preschool playground are not members of the parent committee of that petal playroom.

  • 6 The parent committee shall determine its own rules of operation.


Article 2.16

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  • 2 In any case, the rules of procedure shall contain rules concerning:

    • a. the number of members of the parent commission;

    • b. the manner in which the members of the parent committee are elected;

    • c. the term of office of the members of the parent committee.

  • 3 The rules of procedure do not contain rules on the rules of operation of the parent committee.

  • 4 The parent committee shall decide by a majority of votes.

  • 5 Amendments to the Rules of Procedure require the approval of the Board of Staff.


Article 2.17

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  • 1 The holder shall, in any event, give an opinion on each proposed decision to the parent committee in respect of:

    • a. the manner in which execution is given to Article 2.6, first paragraph , in particular, the pedagogical policy that is being pursued;

    • b. General and general policy on education, safety or health policy;

    • c. opening hours;

    • d. Preschool education policy;

    • e. the adoption or amendment of a system of treatment of complaints as referred to in Article 2.13a, first paragraph ;

    • f. modification of the price of playing playbook.

  • 2 Of an opinion referred to in paragraph 1, the holder may deviate only if he indicates in writing that the importance of the playbook is opposed to the opinion.

  • 3 The parent committee shall also be entitled to advise the holder unsolicits on the subjects referred to in paragraph 1.

  • 4 The holder of a playbook shall, at least once every 12 months, enter into consultation with the Board of the Committee on the Committee on the Environment on the interpretation of the educational policy still to be carried out and on the pedagogical policies already in place, as set out in Annex II to the Commission. Article 2.6, first paragraph .

  • 5 The holder shall provide the parent committee in good time and on request in writing all the information which it reasonably requires for the performance of its task.

  • 6 After determination by the inspection report ' s supervisor, intended in Article 2.21, first paragraph , the holder discusses this report with the parent commission.

  • 7 The holder shall appropriately address the parental commission with the possibility of submitting disputes to the Dispute Settlement committee.


Article 2.18 [ Expired by 01-01-2016]

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Section 3. Enforcement

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Paragraph 1. Monitoring of compliance

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Article 2.19

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  • 1 The college oversees compliance with the at or under the Articles 2.5 to 2.16 the rules laid down, the following shall be the following: Article 2.23 provided directions and orders and the Article 2.24, first paragraph , given orders to conclude or to prohibit the application of the rules adopted pursuant to Article 2 (24), second paragraph, and the prohibitions laid down in Article 2 (2), Article 2.8 established general measure of governance established basic conditions for quality of pre-school education. The college shall designate the Director of Public Health of the GGD, as intended Article 14, third paragraph, of the Public Health Act -To be a supervisor.

  • 2 As far as a playbook is located in a dwelling place, the supervisors of the tasks referred to in paragraph 1 shall be competent to enter into that residence without the consent of the residents.


Article 2.19a

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  • 1 A body to designate by our Minister shall promote the quality and uniformity of the performance of the task by the college under this section.

  • 2 By order of Our Minister, a financial compensation is granted to the institution, referred to in the first member.


Article 2.20

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  • 1 The supervisor shall examine after an application as referred to in Article 2.2, first paragraph , within a period of time to be laid down by our Minister, or the operation is reasonably expected to take place in accordance with the agreement or Articles 2.5 to 2.16 set rules.

  • 2 Without prejudice to the first paragraph, the supervisor shall examine annually whether the operation of each registered preschool playroom shall take place in accordance with or pursuant to the Articles 2.5 to 2.16 rules laid down, subject to special circumstances.

  • 3 In addition to the examination referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the Supervisor may, on an occasional basis, carry out investigations into the compliance of a holder of the case or under the Articles 2.5 to 2.16 set rules.

  • 4 If deficiencies have been identified in the course of a study referred to in the second or third paragraphs, the supervisor may subsequently carry out one or more further investigations.


Article 2.21

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  • 2 If the supervisor finds that the holder is the one in or under the Articles 2.5 to 2.16 He shall state that in the report it shall not be or shall not be complied with.

  • 3 Before the report is established, the supervisor shall inform the holder of the draft report and make its views known. The supervisor shall state the opinion of the holder in an annex to the report. This paragraph shall not apply to an inspection report drawn up as a result of an investigation as referred to in Article 4 (2) of the EC Treaty. Article 2.20, fourth paragraph .

  • 4 The supervisor shall forward the inspection report referred to in paragraph 1 without delay to the holder.

  • 5 The supervisor shall publish the inspection report no later than three weeks after its adoption.

  • 6 The supervisor shall forward a copy of the inspection report to the college and to the Inspectorate of Education, in the event of an examination at a preschool education, to the college and to the Inspection of Education, if in respect of one or more of the examinations made. more of the basic conditions for quality preschool education, intended in Article 2.19, first paragraph , shortcomings have been identified.


Article 2.22

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  • 1 Our Minister may lay down policy rules on the methodology to be used by the supervisor for an investigation as referred to in this paragraph.

  • 2 The publication of the policy rules is made by placing in the Official Gazette.


Section 2. Municipal intervention

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Article 2.23

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  • 1 The college of the congregation in which there is a preschool playroom which is the at or under the Articles 2.5 to 2.16 no or insufficient compliance with the rules laid down, may give the holder a written indication.

  • 2 In a designation referred to in paragraph 1, the college shall state the reasons on which the rules referred to in paragraph 1 are not complied with or are not complied with sufficiently and the measures to be taken in relation to them.

  • 3 If the supervisor considers that the quality of the playbook in a playroom is not sufficient, that the taking of measures cannot reasonably incur a delay, the supervisor may give a written order. The order is valid for seven days, which can be extended by the college.

  • 4 The holder shall take the necessary measures within the time limit laid down in the instructions, as the case may be.


Article 2.24

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  • 1 The college may prohibit the holder from continuing the exploitation of a playroom, as long as he does not follow an order or designation and the imposition of a burden under administrative coercion is not possible.

  • 2 If an investigation as referred to in Article 2.20 or otherwise, it appears that the preschool playroom is not expected to either exceed or exceed the rate of the in-case Section 2, Section 2 , of this chapter, the college may, as long as that situation arises, forbid the holder from operating or holding that playroom in operation.


Paragraph 2a. Disputes

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Article 2.24a

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  • 1 The Dispute Settlement committee shall carry out its work on the basis of a regulation which shall at least ensure that:

    • a. To the Dispute Settlement Commission a dispute may be submitted by a parent:

      • 1 °. which after the submission of a complaint to the holder has not received a judgment as referred to in time Article 2.13a, second paragraph, part e ;

      • 2 °, which wishes to have a complaint made at second instance;

      • 3 °. for whom handling of a complaint pursuant to a written procedure as referred to in Article 2.13a, first paragraph , is not guaranteed by the absence of that scheme or by virtue of the fact that the scheme does not comply with Article 2.13a, second paragraph, or

      • 4. of those who, in fairness, cannot be required to lodge a complaint with the holder under the given circumstances;

    • b. the Dispute Settlement Commission has jurisdiction over a dispute by means of a binding opinion to give a ruling;

    • c. to decide within six months of the submission of the dispute, the dispute resolution committee shall rule;

    • By way of derogation from subparagraph c, the dispute settlement procedure shall, in the shorter term following the submission of the dispute, give judgment in cases where, having regard to the nature of the dispute and the interests involved, it is appropriate; and

    • (e) the disputes committee shall disclose to the public the decisions on the disputes referred to it, such that they are not directly identifiable to natural or legal persons; and

    • f. The Dispute Settlement Commission of at least three members, including a Chairman, and these members are not employed by or with the holder to whom the dispute relates nor are otherwise in direct relation to the parent or holder in question.

  • 2 In the case of, or under general management, further rules may be laid down in relation to dispute settlement by the dispute resolution committee and the rules of procedure referred to in paragraph 1.


Article 2.24b

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  • 1 If the parent commission has a dispute with the holder on the application and execution of Article 2.17 By putting the holder to the dispute settlement commission, the Dispute Settlement Commission shall only verify that the holder has acted in reasonable terms when considering the interests concerned.

  • 2 If the Dispute Settlement Commission states the parent commission, it may also state in its judgment that:

    • (a) the holder withdraws all or part of his decision;

    • (b) one or more consequences of that decision shall be undone.

  • 3 If the holder makes use of the Article 2.15, second and third paragraphs , provided alternative form of parental involvement may, if it lents itself, be determined by a general management measure, that this form for the purposes of the first and second paragraphs and Article 2.13b is equated with a parent commission. Conditions may be attached to this.

  • 4 If use is made of the Article 2.15, second and third paragraphs , provided alternative form of parental involvement, but this form does not lend itself to the application of the first and second members and Article 2.13b , may instead have a parent over a dispute over application and execution of Article 2.17 submit to the dispute settlement committee, and the first and second paragraphs and Article 2.13b shall apply as far as possible mutatis mutandis.


Paragraph 3. Information to Minister by colleges

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Article 2.25

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  • 1 The College shall provide information and information to our Minister, on request, for the provision of information and policy-making and for statistics relating to this chapter.

  • 2 The rules of our Minister may lay down rules on the information provided by the College on the execution of its activities under this Chapter and the manner in which the College provides the information and intelligence provides and collects and or in what way this information is made public.

  • 3 The information and information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be provided free of charge.


Article 2.26 [ Expired by 01-10-2012]

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Section 4. Penalties

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Article 2.27

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This department is only applicable to non-subsidised preschool playrooms.


Article 2.28

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  • 2 By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the holder ' s offense cannot be pencuned by administrative penalty if the offence is intentional or recklessly, and a direct danger to the health or safety of persons results in. This is


Paragraph 4a. Enforcement statement

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Article 2.28a

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  • 2 The indication referred to in paragraph 1 concerns the character of the penalty or the measure, and a description of the obligation which has not been fulfilled.

  • 3 Upon request, the college shall provide a copy of the decision, referred to in paragraph 1, in which the particulars to natural persons shall be anonymised, with the exception of the address of the holder's residence when the place of reception is situated at the time of their reception. Residential address.

  • 4 Detailed rules for the implementation of this Article shall be laid down in the case of a general measure of management.


Section 5. Experiments

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Article 2.29

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  • 1 In the case of a general measure of management, for a period of up to four years for experimental purposes, which are designed to permit the creation of innovative toddler playwork, form playbook can be used for experimental purposes. designated and may be subject to rules concerning:

    • a. The quality of the forms of playbook to be indicated;

    • b. The monitoring of compliance with the rules referred to in point (a);

    • c. The amount of the parental contribution for playbook work;

    • d. the duration of the forms of leuterine work to be indicated as an experiment.

    Such rules may derogate from the provisions in force in the Section 2 of this chapter.

  • 2 In the case of a general measure of management, experiments referred to in paragraph 1 may be continued until a structural arrangement has been completed, but not longer than for a period of not more than two years. The first paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis.


Article 2.30

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  • 1 Our Minister, after consultation with the Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport, shall send to the Minister no later than six months before the end of an experiment, as intended Article 2.29 , a report on its effectiveness and its effects, as well as a position on the continuation of the scheme in question, other than as an experiment, to the two Chambers of the States-General.

  • 2 If an experiment as referred to in Article 2.29 The Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport, by way of derogation from the first paragraph, shall, after consultation with the Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport, be terminated earlier than the duration of the general measure of management referred to in the first paragraph of that Article. no later than two months after the end of that experiment, a report on its effectiveness and effects, as well as a position on the continuation of the scheme in question, other than as an experiment, to the two Chambers of the States General.


Article 2.31 [ Verfall by 01-07-2013]

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Chapter 3. Transitional and final provisions

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Paragraph 1. Transitional provisions

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Article 3.1 [ Fall per 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.2 [ Expaed by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.3 [ Expired by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.4 [ Expired by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.5 [ Expated per 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.6 [ Expired by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.6a [ Expired by 01-01-2016]

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Article 3.6b [ Exfall by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.6c [ Verfall by 01-01-2013]

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Article 3.7

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Article 3.8

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With regard to the date of entry into force of the Childcare Law by the State and municipalities on the basis of the Welfare Act 1994 grants and childcare allowances granted to child care provided that such childcare is subject to or under the law of the law Welfare Act 1994 , as last amended by 1 January 2005, shall apply to the financial responsibility, establishment and payment of those grants and benefits.


Article 3.8a

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For a calculation year prior to 2013, this Act shall continue to apply to the childcare supplement and to the concession provided for in that year of calculation, as at 31 December of that calculation year. Article 1.5, first paragraph As it was on 31 December 2012.


Article 3.8b

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  • 1 The College shall remain competent to make a decision on an application for a concession as referred to in Article 4 (2). Article 1.22 As of 31 December 2012, for a calculation year preceding 2013, to the extent that this application has not yet been irrevocably decided.

  • 2 The college which is a decision in connection with a concession as referred to in Article 1.22 As it was stated by 31 December 2012, for a calculation year that precedes 2013 which has been the subject of a statement of objection or can still be submitted, the object of the objection shall remain to be decided.

  • 3 In an appeal and appeal proceedings against a decision as referred to in paragraph 2, the College shall remain open and open for appeal in connection with those decisions.


Article 3.8c

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  • 1 The Implementing Institute workers ' insurances shall remain competent to take a decision on an application for a concession as referred to in Article 4 (2). Article 1.29 As of 31 December 2012, for a calculation year preceding 2013, to the extent that this application has not yet been irrevocably decided.

  • 2 The Implementing Institute workers ' insurance which is a decision in relation to a concession referred to in Article 1.29 As it was stated by 31 December 2012, for a calculation year that precedes 2013 which has been the subject of a statement of objection or can still be submitted, the object of the objection shall remain to be decided.

  • 3 In an appeal and appeal proceedings against a decision as referred to in paragraph 2, the Implementing Institute shall remain the contracting authority of the Workers ' Insurance Board and appeal to the latter.


Article 3.8d

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Persons working in an undertaking with which the holder operates a children's centre and persons working in an undertaking with whom the holder operates a host parent agency and from whom, until the date of entry into force of the Article I, parts Ra and Rb, of the Law amending the childcare and quality standards law in relation to the provision of foundations which allow for reform and reduction of childcare allowance and in connection with the provision of the incorporation of the concession into the cost of childcare services of the municipality and the Executive Institute of Workers ' Insurance in relation to the childcare supplement does not provide an explanation of the behaviour, intended to be carried out in the Article 1.50, third paragraph The holder of a children's centre or of a host parent office shall, before 1 January 2013, make a declaration as referred to in that Article respectively. The declaration shall not exceed two months at the time of presentation of the declaration.


Article 3.8e

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Persons working in an undertaking with which the holder operates a playroom and from whom, until the date of entry into force of Article 1 (Ub) of the Law amending the Childcare and Quality Requirements Act in connection with the provision of foundations which would allow reform and reduction of the childcare allowance, and in connection with the inclusion of the concession in the cost of childcare of the municipality and the Executive Institute of Workers ' Insurance in relation to the childcare supplement no statement concerning the behaviour of the species in question Article 2.6, third paragraph , requested, submit to the holder of a children's centre a declaration as referred to in that Article for 1 January 2013. The declaration shall not exceed two months at the time of presentation of the declaration.


Article 3.8f

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The invitations to tender referred to in Article 2 1.48, 1st and 2nd Member At the time of the entry into force of Article 1.48 (6) of the EC Treaty, the third paragraph of the Register of Foreign Childcare shall cease to be automatically four years after that date.


Article 3.8g

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  • 1 The holders, intended in the Articles 1.1 and 2.1 -persons employed in an undertaking as defined in the Articles 1.50, 3rd paragraph , 1.56, third member , and 2.6, third member , and other persons of 18 years of age or older as referred to in Article 1.56b, third paragraph , who have an explanation of the behaviour:

    • (a) the date of issue before 1 July 2011 shall, at the latest six months after the entry into force of this Article, submit a further statement of conduct not older than two months at the time of issue;

    • (b) of which the date of issue is to be submitted in the period from 1 July 2011 to 28 February 2013 at the latest two years after the date of issue of that declaration, a new statement of the behaviour at the time of issue of the issue of which is not older than two months.

  • 3 Interns, volunteers, agency staff and parents as intended Article 1.57, first paragraph , who at the date of entry into force of this Article are employed by an undertaking with which the holder operates a children ' s centre, a host parent agency or a nurseries, have six months after that date on a certificate. concerning the behaviour not older than two years.

  • A further statement of conduct referred to in paragraph 3 shall be submitted by the trainee or the temporary agency to the holder of his work at that time. The certificate shall not be more than two months old at the time of its presentation. For each subsequent holder for which the trainee or the agency is active during that period of up to two years, he shall provide the most up-to-date statement of conduct on each occasion.

  • 5 The new behavior, referred to in paragraph 3, shall be made by a volunteer or a parent as referred to in paragraph 3. Article 1.57, first paragraph , presented to the keeper. The certificate shall not be more than two months old at the time of its presentation.


Article 3.8h

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Persons at the time of entry into force of Article 2.2 work in a playroom, submit a declaration to the keeper of a playroom within two months of the entry into force of Article 2.2, as referred to in Article 2 Article 2.6, third paragraph .


Article 3.8i

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By way of derogation from Article 1.1a, fifth paragraph As of 31 December 2012, for the financial years 2012 and 2013 Article 15, first paragraph, of the General Law on Income-dependent schemes applicable to a child care supplement application as referred to in Article 1.5 .


Article 3.8j

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If, at the time of the entry into force of the Section 2 of Chapter 2 of this Act is a parent commission, is subject to the obligation of Article 2.16 in the case of a toddler playroom holding a playroom at the time of entry into force in Section 2 of Chapter 2, first six months after that date.


Article 3.8k

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Paragraph 2. Amendment of other laws and regulations

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Article 3.9

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The Childcare and out-of-school care scheme single parents are being withdrawn.


Paragraph 3. Final provisions

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Article 3.10

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  • 1 The Execution Institute Employee Insurance, the College of Mayor and Alderman and the City Council provide to Our Minister the intelligence he provides for the statistics, information provision and policy making with respect to It needs this law.

  • 2 Our Minister shall lay down rules on the nature of the information referred to in paragraph 1 and the manner in which such information is provided.

  • 3 The information referred to in the first paragraph shall be provided free of charge.


Article 3.11

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The nomination for a under Articles 1.7, second to fourth and fourth paragraphs , 1.8 , 1.50, 2nd Member , 1.56, second paragraph , and 1.56b, second paragraph , 1.87 , and 2.29 general measure to be adopted shall not be taken until four weeks after presentation to the two Chambers of the States-General.


Article 3.12

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  • 1 Our Minister, after consulting our Minister of Finance and Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport, shall, for a period of three years after the entry into force of this Act, report to the States General a report on its operation.

  • 2 Our Minister, after consulting our Minister of Finance and Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport three years after the entry into force of this Act, and thereafter every three years, report to the States-General a report on the effectiveness and the effects of this law in practice.


Article 3.13

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At or under general measure of management, may Chapter 1 These laws shall be governed by the rules governing Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba public bodies.


Article 3.14

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Article 3.14a

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  • 1 This Law shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree, which may be different to the various paragraphs, articles or parts of which may be different.


Article 3.15

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This law is cited as: Law daycare and quality standards in kindergnae playrooms.

Burdens and orders that it will be placed in the Official Gazette, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and officials who so concern will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Given at Tavarnelle, 9 July 2004

Beatrix

The Minister for Social Affairs and Employment,

A. J. de Geus

The Secretary of State for Finance,

J. G. Wine

The Secretary of State for Health, Welfare and Sport,

C. I. J. M. Ross-van Dorp

Issued the twenty-first September 2004

The Minister of Justice,

J. P. H. Donner