9 CRR-NY 303.8NY-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 303.8
9 CRR-NY 303.8
303.8 Responsibilities.
(a) Upon responding to an emergency cardiac event, any AED operator shall:
(1) document each AED use on a patient, including all incident data. All such documentation shall be submitted to the agency's AED coordinator immediately following the AED use; and
(2) following each use, deliver the AED unit to the agency's AED coordinator or inform that person of its location.
(b) Upon receiving notice of an emergency cardiac event or AED use, an AED coordinator shall:
(1) pursuant to the provisions of Public Health Law, section 3000-b(3)(d), immediately report such AED use to the appropriate local emergency medical services system, emergency communications center or emergency vehicle dispatch center, as appropriate, and promptly notify the EHCP and appropriate AED administrator;
(2) ensure that the AED data is downloaded to the designated computer system. For assistance with the data information retrieval, the AED vendor/manufacturer's name and telephone number should be available;
(3) ensure that AED incident data are transmitted to the EHCP for evaluation within 24 hours of the cardiac event;
(4) ensure that the public access defibrillation qualify improvement report is completed by the agency's EHCP or AED user and transmitted to the appropriate REMSCO within five business days of AED use;
(5) use his/her best efforts to check the AED and replace any used supplies as soon as possible following the cardiac event so the AED may be promptly returned to service; and
(6) perform a battery insertion test on the AED to ensure proper operation of the AED prior to its return to service.
(c) AED coordinators shall also be responsible to:
(1) ensure that quarterly reports are submitted to the appropriate REMSCO and the agency's labor and management and health and safety committees, provided that should such reports contain any personal information, such information will be redacted prior to submission to said labor management and health and safety committees; and
(2) perform a battery insertion test on an AED following any battery change.
9 CRR-NY 303.8
Current through July 15, 2020
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