Votes: IN HB1342 | 2019 | Regular Session

Bill Title: Telephone CPR instruction training. After July 1, 2020, requires an individual to complete a telephone cardiopulmonary resuscitation (T-CPR) training program (program) approved by the division of fire and building safety (division) if the individual: (1) answers 911 emergency medical telephone calls for a state or local law enforcement agency or fire protection agency, including a volunteer fire department (agency); and (2) is authorized by the agency's protocols to provide T-CPR instructions to a caller. Provides that the division may provide programs or third parties may provide programs that are approved by the division. Requires the division to: (1) adopt minimum standards for programs that meet or exceed evidence based nationally recognized emergency cardiovascular care guidelines; and (2) establish continuing education requirements. Allows the division to collect reasonable fees for providing programs and certifications that are deposited in the fire and building services fund. Sets forth certain requirements for a public safety answering point if a public safety answering point transfers a telephone caller to a public safety telecommunicator. Provides that a public safety telecommunicator who has completed a certified training program in emergency medical dispatch call handling is exempt from completing a T-CPR training program. Provides civil immunity for damages relating to the provision of T-CPR instruction. Makes a technical correction.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Passed) 2019-04-18 - Public Law 54 [HB1342 Detail]

Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [PDF]

Voting Records

HouseHouse - House concurred in Senate amendments2019-04-0490028100PassedLinkView
SenateSenate - Third reading2019-03-184510450PassedLinkView
SenateSenate - Committee Vote2019-03-1270029PassedLinkView
HouseThird reading2019-02-1289056100PassedLinkView
HouseHouse - Committee Vote2019-02-051100213PassedLinkView

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