10.16.06.54

.54 Supervision of Campers During Routine Activities.

During a routine activity, an operator shall ensure that:

A. A camp director is available for consultation at all times when campers are present at a camp;

B. For campers who are 3-1/2 to 5 years old:

(1) When there are one to eight campers, one adult is on duty and supervising the camper or campers;

(2) When there are nine to 16 campers, on duty and supervising the campers are:

(a) One adult; and

(b) A second staff member who is an assistant counselor or adult;

(3) When there are 17 to 24 campers, on duty and supervising the campers are:

(a) One adult; and

(b) Two additional staff members who are assistant counselors or adults; and

(4) A group does not exceed 24 campers;

C. For campers who are 6 to 10 years old:

(1) When there are one to 15 campers, one adult is on duty and supervising the campers;

(2) When there are 16 to 30 campers, on duty and supervising the campers are:

(a) One adult and two assistant counselors; or

(b) Two adults; and

(3) A group does not exceed 30 campers;

D. For campers who are 11 years old or older:

(1) When there are one to 15 campers, one adult is on duty and supervising the campers;

(2) When there are 16 to 30 campers, on duty and supervising the campers are:

(a) One adult and two assistant counselors; or

(b) Two adults;

(3) When there are 31 to 40 campers, on duty and supervising the campers are:

(a) Two adults and two assistant counselors; or

(b) Three adults; and

(4) A group does not exceed 40 campers;

E. When a camper who is 3-1/2 to 5 years old is grouped together with older campers, supervision is provided as required in §B of this regulation;

F. When a camper who is 6 to 10 years old is grouped together with older campers, supervision is provided as required in §C of this regulation; and

G. An assistant counselor under the direction of an adult may supervise, for up to 30 minutes, no more than five campers without an adult supervisor present.