|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 223 - Emergency Medical Services|
|Author:||Senator Gary Kubly|
|Prepared by:||David Giel, Senate Research (651/296-7178)|
|Date:||March 11, 2005|
Section 1 (144E.001, subdivision 8) expands the definition of ambulance service "licensee" to include Indian tribes.
Section 2 (144E. 001, subdivision 14a) add a definition of "tribe."
Section 3 (144E.001, subdivision 15) allows a volunteer ambulance attendant to earn up to $6,000 annually and still be considered a volunteer for purposes of training cost reimbursement. (The current limit is $3,000 in this section, but is $6,000 plus inflation for purposes of the ambulance service personnel longevity award and incentive program.)
Section 4 (144E.266) suspends portions of Chapter 144E during a declared national security emergency, peacetime emergency, or local emergency.
Sections 5 to 9 add the requirement that the applicant complete a board-approved application form to various personnel certification statutes.
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