Kindergarten students eat moldy food? The gardener is controlled
2022-08-08: [Article Link] "Look, there's bugs in here." Recently, a video was uploaded by an online friend, where a man was looking at some food and said, "Look, there's bugs in these parts. How do you eat them? According to the source, the video was taken at a kindergarten in the province of Shandong, where children were given some lymphatic meat and some rotten food. When these events come to light, and in order to avoid punishment, the personnel involved in the night-time organization of the kindergarten are being taken out for food. Parents have reported the matter to the local authorities, and the head of the kindergarten concerned has been brought under control. What, then, should be the responsibility of the person in charge of the kindergarten?
It is likely that the responsible person in the kindergarten will be held responsible for the violations.
In accordance with the relevant provisions of our Civil Code, kindergartens are obliged to ensure the safety and security of their children.
If a child is presumed to be responsible for a personal injury caused by eating the food provided by the kindergarten, it is assumed that the kindergarten is liable for infringement of the child's injuries. Since the principle of presumption of fault is applicable at this time, unless the kindergarten has fulfilled its duty of safety and security, it is clear that the kindergarten in this case provides some rotten food and is therefore liable for the harm caused to the child. Parents can also be held responsible for kindergartens through the relevant provisions of the contract.
In addition, article 11, paragraph 2, of the Regulations on the Sanitary Management of School Canteens and Student's Collective Foods prohibits the procurement of foods that are corrupt, sour, sour, insect, unclean, mixed or other sensory abnormalities, contain toxic or harmful substances or are contaminated with toxic or harmful substances that may be harmful to human health. The kindergarten did not comply with the requirement to procure lymphatic meat and rotten food, and therefore the responsible persons should be held administratively responsible.
Now that kindergarten accidents are frequent, especially when children are beaten up by teachers, and when children are fed with food that is degenerative, we cannot afford to let them go. Instead, we should send a message to the authorities that they must be punished by the law. What do you think of this?