New York law: N.Y. Codes Rules & Regs - 9 NYCRR 303.1 et seq

Statute: N.Y. Codes Rules & Regs - 9 NYCRR 303.1 et seq

Law Type: Other Requirements

Status: Enacted

Enacted on: 2018-02-15

Law type: Good Samaritan

Each State agency shall comply with the provisions of Public Health Law, section 3000-b. Each State agency shall endeavor to provide and maintain on-site at each of its public buildings a sufficient number of functional cardiac AED devices, and shall endeavor to provide a sufficient number of trained AED operators for emergencies, in accordance with these regulations, unless conditions exist in a certain structure that prevent a State agency from reasonably complying with the requirements of these regulations.

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