New York law: 10 NYCRR § 6-2.17
Statute: 10 NYCRR § 6-2.17
Law Type: Mandate; Other Requirement
Enacted on: 2017-02-15
Law type: Mandate
Requires each ocean surf beach to have at least one AED, and to maintain on-site records of 1.) a copy of a collaborative agreement between an emergency health care provider and the ocean surf beach operator, 2) a copy of the notification to the regional emergency medical services council of the existence, location, and type of automated external defibrillator, and 3) records of maintenance and testing.
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