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International Code Council Standard 22.214.171.124: Finger Pinch Protection Devices TYPE OF FACILITY: All large and small child care facilities STANDARD: Finger Pinch protection devices should be installed wherever doors, cupboards/cabinets and gates are accessible to children. These devices include flexible plastic and rubber devices that cover the gap cretaed at the front and rear hinge sides of a door or gate whenever it is opened or closed. RATIONALE: Finger pinch injuries in doors are a significant cause of injury among claims against liability insurance in child care. Closing doors and gates create significant exposure to children for bruised, cut or smashed fingers, torn or cracked fingernails, broken bones or even amputations. Finger pinch injuries happen very quickly, often before staff can react. Finger pinch protection devices ensure that this type of injury does not occur.