9 CRR-NY 303.7NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 9. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUBTITLE G. OFFICE OF GENERAL SERVICES
CHAPTER IV. FACILITIES PLANNING AND OPERATION
SUBCHAPTER A. DIVISION OF BUILDING ADMINISTRATION
PART 303. AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATION
9 CRR-NY 303.7
9 CRR-NY 303.7
303.7 Medical support.
(a) A State agency possessing or operating an AED is required to have a collaborative agreement with an emergency health care provider as defined in Public Health Law, section 3000-b(2).
(b) For each public building being considered for AED placement, an agency shall:
(1) identify its local REMSCO. A list of REMSCOs located in the State of New York is maintained by DOH;
(2) identify a physician or hospital knowledgeable and experienced in emergency cardiac care to serve as the EHCP and to participate in a collaborative agreement with the State agency;
(3) develop a written collaborative agreement with the EHCP, which shall include a copy of written practice protocols for use of the AEDs, together with written policies and procedures which together: provide training requirements for AED operators; direct the immediate calling of 911 in event of each emergency cardiac event; provide ready identification of AED unit locations; provide for regular maintenance and testing procedures of the AED unit(s) which procedures meet or exceed manufacturers recommendations; detail documentation requirements pertaining to AED usage; and define participation in a regionally approved quality improvement program as required by sections 3000-b(3)(e) and 3004-a(1) of the Public Health Law;
(4) consistent with the requirements of Public Health Law, section 3000-b(2), file with DOH and appropriate REMSCO a copy of the notice of intent to provide public access defibrillation (PAD), and a signed copy of the collaborative agreement with the EHCP. The EHCP and the agency's AED administrator must sign the notice of intent and the collaborative agreement. An agency should file a new collaborative agreement with the DOH and appropriate REMSCO if the EHCP changes. The agency should endeavor to secure written confirmation from the REMSCO of its receipt of the agency's PAD plan. A copy of the PAD plan shall be maintained by the agency's AED administrator. Copies of all such notices, agreements, and confirmations shall also be provided to the commissioner and the chairs of the subject agency's labor and management and health and safety committees. Upon receipt of such notices, agreements, and confirmations, the commissioner will provide the agency with an acknowledgment of receipt;
(5) refrain from operating AEDs until the agency's PAD plan has been formally approved by a REMSCO; and
(6) provide written notice to 911 or the community equivalent emergency vehicle dispatch center of the availability of AED service at the agency's facility.
9 CRR-NY 303.7
Current through July 15, 2020
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