NYS Children’s Camps and NYS Bathing Facilities
Life Saver Training not only provides high-quality CPR and First Aid training but we also take pride in making sure that our NYS camp clients get the correct certifications required by the New York State Department of Health.
Contact us today to get your camp staff ready for 2021. We can come to your camp or any other location to host an onsite training class 7 days a week at any time. Email us at email@example.com to schedule a training for your Camp staff!
- The New York State Sanitary Code (SSC) requires certain staff to possess a valid two-rescuer CPR certification in a course accepted by the Department as providing an adequate level of training as follows: • Children’s Camps (Subpart 7-2 of the SSC) – CPR certification is required for the health director and other staff specified in sections 7-2.8 and 7-2.11(a)(5), aquatics director, lifeguards, and certain trip and activity leaders1 . • Swimming Pools and Bathing Beaches (Part 6 of the SSC) – CPR certification is required for all lifeguards (Supervision Levels I, IIa, IIb).
- Please visit the 2021 CPR fact sheet provided by the NYS Department of Health at https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/camps/docs/cpr.pdf
- *** PER NYS DOH: CPR CERTIFICATIONS ARE VALID FOR 1 YEAR FROM THE DATE OF CERTIFICATION, REGARDLESS OF EXPIRATION DATE ON CARD!***
- Subpart 7-2 of the State Sanitary Code requires the health director, other staff specified in section 7-2.8, and certain camp trip and activity leaders1 to possess valid certification in first aid. The courses listed below have been accepted by the Department as being equivalent to or exceeding first aid course standards specified in Section 7-2.2(m). Some medical personnel may possess training and experience that is equivalent to or exceeds this certification requirement. Documentation demonstrating training should be submitted to the local permit-issuing official for evaluation.
- Please visit the 2021 First Aid face sheet provided by the NYS Department of Health at: https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/camps/docs/firstaid.pdf