Level III and IV Aquatic Supervision Staff Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certifications for Bathing Facilities
Fact Sheet – March 2016
- Level III and IV Aquatic Supervision Staff Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certifications for Bathing Facilities is available in Portable Document Format (PDF).
Level III and IV Aquatic Supervisory Staff are required to possess an American Red Cross (ARC) CPR or equivalent (except when staff is employed at bathing facilities that are part of a temporary residence or campground).
As a result of changes in ARC’s curriculum, the code standard “Community CPR” is no longer taught. Acceptable certification equivalents are listed below.
CPR certifications are valid for 1 year from the date of certification, regardless of the expiration date shown on the card.
|American Heart Association||Heartsaver CPR AED|
|American Red Cross||Adult CPR/AED with Pediatric CPR|
|Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED|
|Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED|
|Emergency Care and Safety Institute||Adult, Child, Infant CPR|
|Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED|
|EMS Safety Services, Inc.||CPR (course title – CPR/AED for Community Rescuers2|
|Medic First Aid3||Medic First Aid Basic and Medic First Aid Infant and Child Supplement4|
|Medic First Aid CarePlus CPR5|
- CPR certifications listed on the Fact Sheet, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification for NYS Children's Camps and NYS Bathing Facilities exceed the requirements for Level III and IV CPR courses and are acceptable. CPR Certifications are Valid for one year from the Date of Certification, Regardless of Expiration Date on Card
- Card must indicate that Adult CPR, Child CPR, and Infant CPR were taught
- Cards must be accompanied by a “Successful Evaluation Certificate” which indicates that the individual has passed written and performance evaluations
- Both certifications required.
- Card must indicate that Adult, Infant, and Child Skills were taught.