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Senate Bill 0216


Senate Bill 0216

ARCHIVE (2003)

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DIGEST OF SB216 (Updated April 17, 2003 2:05 PM - DI 84)


Statewide mutual aid program. Allows public safety training board members to appoint designees to represent them at board proceedings. Makes changes to permit the differentiation of intermediate and basic advanced levels of emergency medical technician certification in addition to the levels currently in use. Establishes a detailed disciplinary process for offenses committed by certified individuals. Creates the emergency medical services fund. Provides for the regulation of emergency medical dispatch agencies and personnel. Provides for a statewide mutual aid program that allows a city, town, county, or township to request assistance from another unit in managing disaster response or recovery or conducting disaster response or recovery related exercises, testing, or training. Provides labor and equipment reimbursement rates. Repeals provisions concerning mutual aid agreements. Makes technical changes. Makes the bill effective upon passage. Declares an emergency for the act.
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