My wife has taken my daughter to Poland without my knowledge.
You have serious problems. Very serious ones.
I need to provide a written itinerary or plan for my time with my child, and that I will not be left alone with her, ie supervised visitation.
That can only be ordered by a court. However, your wife can simply refuse you permission to see the kid unless you have a court order saying that you can see the kid.
After divorce, is this legal and will I have to do this every time I want to visit my daughter.
Not unless the court order that, which they shouldn't order unless you give them serious reason to do that.
What are my options and is this legal.
Can I ask on what passport your wife took the child to Poland and what other passport(s) the kid qualifies for. Legally, issuing a passport for a kid under the age of 13 requires the permission of both parents. It is very possible that your wife broke national and international law when taking your kid to Poland.
However, to be very frank the Polish family court system is simply not fit for its intended purpose, it is at best an utter farce and at worst a national disgrace. If I were you but still knew what I do about the Polish family court system, I'd think long and hard about simply removing the kid from Poland by whatever means necessary and then vanishing.