1. Centre facilities that can be located outside the premises are:

  • Space adults use.
  • Facilities for cleaning art materials.
  • Telephone.
  • Food and drink preparation, storage and serving.
  • Adult toilet.
  • Facilities for washing sick or soiled children.
  • Space to care for sick children.

 

2. Access to a facility located outside the premises allows:

  • The same level of function as if it were located on the premises.
  • Use by the service when needed.
  • Access without difficulty in terms of distance and comfort (e.g. bad weather).

 

3. Children using a facility located outside the premises have access that ensures their safety, supervision, and dignity.