Mandatory Epinephrine and Naloxone Administration & Glucometer
All California EMTs are required to complete a one-time mandatory training for naloxone, epinephrine auto-injector and glucometer by July 1, 2019. This training does not authorize for an agency/organization or individual EMT to stock and administer/utilize naloxone, epinephrine or a glucometer and is reflected in Ref 802, EMT Scope of Practice. An approved EMS Provider (Fire Department or a licensed Los Angeles County ambulance provider) may apply to the EMS Agency for approval to train and add a specific device/therapy to inventory for EMT personnel to administer.
Emergency Concepts Center for EMS Training will begin the Mandatory Training July, 2018. There will be 6 (six) hours of CE, as well as the Completion Certificate, issued for this training.
Registrants will receive a link to download the NEW STUDY GUIDE in the email that confirms the class purchase. Download immediately. It is only available for 72 hours after signing up AND it is only good for ONE download so use a device that will accommodate the large file.
You MUST attend BOTH sessions in the same week. No switching dates. NO SHOWS = NO REFUND If you do not complete both classes in the same week, then you will not receive a refund and you have to register again.