General Assembly: 81 (2006 Regular GA) - Chapter 1078 - Emergency medical care providers — certification


Published: 2006-04-21

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189 LAWS OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST G.A., 2006 SESSION CH. 1078

continue beyond the agreed term for the following crop year and otherwise upon the same terms and conditions as the original lease unless written notice for termination is served upon either party or a successor of the party in the manner provided in section 562.7, whereupon the farm tenancy shall terminateMarch 1 following. However, the tenancy shall not continue because of an absence of notice if there is default in the performance of the existing rental agreement.

Approved April 21, 2006

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CH. 1078CH. 1078

CHAPTER 1078

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE PROVIDERS — CERTIFICATION

S.F. 2318

ANACT relating to an exception from emergencymedical care requirements for persons pro- viding care within the scope of their certification.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. NEW SECTION. 147A.15 EXCEPTION FOR CARE WITHIN SCOPE OF CER- TIFICATION. 1. This subchapter does not apply to a registered member of the national ski patrol system,

an industrial safety officer, a lifeguard, or a person employed or volunteering in a similar ca- pacity in which the person provides on-site emergency medical care at a facility solely to the patrons or employees of that facility, provided that such person provides emergency medical care only within the scope of the person’s training and certification and the person does not claim to be a certified emergency medical care provider or use any other term to indicate or imply that the person is a certified emergency medical care provider. 2. This subchapter does not apply to the national ski patrol system or any similar system in

which the system provides on-site emergency medical care at a facility solely to the patrons or employees of that facility, provided that such system does not provide transportation to a hospital or othermedical facility and provided that such system does not use any term to indi- cate or imply authorization to transport patients to a hospital or other medical facility without having obtainedproper authorization to transport patients to a hospital or othermedical facili- ty under this subchapter.

Approved April 21, 2006