Borough of Buena, NJ
Atlantic County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Buena 1-28-2013 by Ord. No. 605. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fire companies — See Ch. 18.
Public safety department — See Ch. 45.

§ 15-1 Creation of division.

There is hereby established and created the Division of Emergency Medical Services within the Buena Borough Police Department.

§ 15-2 Head of Division.

The Division shall be headed by the Supervising Emergency Medical Technician, who shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of Borough Council.

§ 15-3 Supervision and authority.

The Supervising Emergency Medical Technician shall directly report to and act under the direct supervision and authority of the Chairman of the Public Safety Committee. The chain of command for Division employees and volunteers shall function accordingly.

§ 15-4 Supervising Emergency Medical Technician duties.

The Supervising Emergency Medical Technician shall be responsible for day-to-day operations of emergency medical/first aid services, emergency management services, paid and volunteer ambulance services, 911 compliance, right-to-know compliance and any other duties and responsibilities under statute, regulations, ordinance or emergency order generally performed by emergency service providers.

§ 15-5 Area for emergency services.

Emergency services shall be provided within the corporate boundary liens of the Borough of Buena as well as in accordance with any existing mutual aid agreement.

§ 15-6 Training standards and requirements.

All volunteers shall maintain training standards and requirements compliance equal to or greater than the standards and requirements of the New Jersey Department of Health Emergency Medical Services. All volunteers must be approved for service by the Public Safety Committee upon the recommendation of the Supervising Emergency Medical Technician. Volunteers may be suspended or removed by the Public Safety Committee upon recommendation of the Supervising Emergency Medical Technician.