(225 ILCS 10/5.2)
Unsafe children's products.
(a) A child care facility may not use or have on the premises, on or after
July 1, 2000, an unsafe children's product as described in Section 15 of the
Children's Product Safety Act. This subsection (a) does not apply to an
antique or collectible children's product if it is not used by, or accessible
to, any child in the child care facility.
(b) The Department of Children and Family Services shall notify child
care facilities, on an ongoing basis, including during the license application facility examination and during annual license monitoring visits, of the provisions of this Section and the
Children's Product Safety Act and of the comprehensive list of unsafe children's products as provided and maintained by the Department of Public Health available on the Internet, as determined
in accordance with that Act, in plain, non-technical language that will enable
each child care facility to effectively inspect children's products and
identify unsafe children's products. The Department of Children and Family Services shall adopt rules to maintain data on child care facilities without Internet access and shall ensure the child care facilities without Internet access register for available mailing lists of pertinent recalls distributed in paper form. Child care facilities must maintain all written information provided pursuant to this subsection in a file accessible to both facility staff and parents of children attending the facility. Child care facilities must post in prominent locations regularly visited by parents written notification of the existence of the comprehensive list of unsafe children's products available on the Internet. The Department of Children and Family
Services shall adopt rules to carry out this Section.
(Source: P.A. 98-82, eff. 7-15-13.)