All operations shall be required to comply with such reasonable rules and regulations regarding ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle equipment and maintenance, equipment safety, and sanitary conditions as the Director shall prescribe.
Each operator shall provide a security area not on the public streets of City for purposes of maintaining all ambulances when not in service.
In addition to the requirements of this Article, an operator shall comply with all State and Federal requirements pertaining to the operation of an ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle service.
Every ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle and office from which it is operated shall be inspected by the Director once annually or more often as shall be determined by the Director, to insure compliance with equipment, equipment safety, sanitary, and other rules and regulations relating to ambulance service operations.
Each ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle providing service shall be manned and operated at all times by a qualified driver and attendant.
Each operator, driver, and attendant shall be required to prohibit and constrain the smoking of tobacco products within the confines of any ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle while engaged in the transport of a patient passenger.
Each operator shall provide annually to the Director an equipment inventory, proof of state licensure, and such other information as the Director may reasonably require relating to ambulance or routine medical transport vehicle service operations.