A. At all times, including during an off-site activity, at least one family child care teacher or the provider shall be present who holds a current certificate indicating successful completion of approved:
(1) Basic first aid training through the American Red Cross, or a program with equivalent standards, which is appropriate to all child age groups for which the child care home is approved; and
(2) Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training through the American Heart Association, or a program with equivalent standards, which is appropriate to all child age groups for which the child care home is approved.
B. Whenever a child in care is present, there shall be at least one staff member, or the provider, present who is currently certified in approved first aid and CPR as specified at §A of this regulation.
C. Whenever a child in care is being transported under child care home auspices to or from the child care home, there shall be at least one adult present in the vehicle who is currently certified in approved CPR and first aid. This requirement may be met by the driver of the vehicle.
D. Section §C of this regulation shall not apply if the driver of the vehicle is a parent of a child in care who is designated by the provider to assist in transporting children in care.
E. A provider shall maintain first aid supplies as required by the office, conveniently accessible for each group of children at the child care home and at an off-site activity.