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WHO IS REQUIRED TO LEARN CPR UNDER
NEW JERSEY STATE LAW?

While everyone should learn Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) New Jersey State Law requires that the following professions / businesses have employees trained in CPR:

  • Assisted Living Facilities / Nursing Home Staff
  • Employees who work with People with Developmental Disabilities
  • Speech & Language Pathologists
  • Pregnant & Parenting Teen Services Staff
  • Public and Private Golf Courses
  • School Athletic Coaches
  • Paramedics, EMTs, First Responders
  • Amusement Park Staff 
  • Elder Services Staff
  • Nurses & Nursing Students
  • Pharmacists
  • Child Care / Daycare Staff
  • Dentists / Doctors / Optometrists 
  • Substance Abuse Medical Staff
  • Lifeguards
  • Personnel Trainers / Health Club Employees
  • High School Heath Education Teachers
  • School Staff
  • Hospital Staff
  • Massage Therapists
  • Railroad Personnel & Station Staff
  • Camp Counselors / Camp Staff
  • Polysomnographic Technicians
  • Chiropractors 
  • Midwifes
  • Psychiatric Facility Staff
  • Hot Tub / Spa Supervisors
  • Blood Donation Staff