N.J. Admin. Code § 10:161B-15.3 - Emergency medical services

(a) The facility shall establish written policies and procedures that are reviewed annually and revised as needed, for the provision of emergency services based on the types of clients typically treated at the program, including policies and procedures regarding emergency kits and emergency carts, if applicable.
1. The facility shall be able to respond to medical emergencies occurring on-site during its hours of operation.
2. The facility shall make provision for emergency transportation to, and emergency medical services at, a nearby hospital.
3. The facility shall specify the locations, contents, frequency of review, expiration date, and staff assigned to review emergency kits and emergency carts, as applicable, and shall ensure that emergency kits are kept secure, but not under lock and key.
4. The facility shall require that at least one person, trained in the use of the emergency equipment maintained on-site, is available whenever there is a client on-site.
(b) The program shall post the numbers of emergency transportation along with police, fire, ambulance, and the State poison control center in each area in which clients may receive services including all counseling and group rooms.
(c) At least one person who is certified in basic cardiac life support by the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, the National Safety Council, or certified as an emergency medical technician (EMT) shall be in the facility at all times during its hours of operation.


N.J. Admin. Code § 10:161B-15.3

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