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§ 100081. Reinstatement of an Expired California EMT Certificate.

22 CA ADC § 100081Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 22. Social Security
Division 9. Prehospital Emergency Medical Services
Chapter 2. Emergency Medical Technician (Refs & Annos)
Article 5. Maintaining EMT Certification
22 CCR § 100081
§ 100081. Reinstatement of an Expired California EMT Certificate.
(a) The following requirements apply to individuals who wish to be eligible for reinstatement after their California EMT certificates have expired:
(1) For a lapse of less than six (6) months, the individual shall meet one of the following continuing education requirements:
(A) Successfully complete a twenty-four (24) hour refresher course from an approved EMT training program within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, or
(B) Obtain at least twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education (CE), within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, from an approved CE provider in accordance with the provisions contained in Chapter 11 of this Division.
1. CE hours may be used to renew multiple licensure/certification types.
(C) Complete an application form and other processes as specified in Section 100079, subdivisions (b)(3)-(b)(9), of this Chapter.
(D) Complete the criminal history background check requirements as specified in Article 4, Chapter 10 of this Division when the background check results are not on file with the certifying entity that is processing the reinstatement. The certifying entity shall receive the State and Federal criminal background check results before issuing a certification.
(E) Submit a completed skills competency verification form, EMSA-SCV (01/17). Form EMSA-SCV (01/17) is herein incorporated by reference. Skills competency shall be verified by direct observation of an actual or simulated patient contact. Skills competency shall be verified by an individual who is currently certified or licensed as an EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, Registered Nurse, Physician's Assistant, or Physician and who shall be designated by an EMS approved training program (EMT training program, AEMT training program, Paramedic training program or CE provider), or an EMS service provider. EMS service providers include, but are not limited to, public safety agencies, private ambulance providers and other EMS providers. Verification of skills competency shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years for the purpose of applying for recertification.
(F) Starting 24 months after the effective date of this subsection, an EMT applying for reinstatement of his or her certification for the first time shall submit documentation of successful completion of the following training by an approved EMT training program or approved CE provider:
1. The use and administration of naloxone or other opioid antagonist that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (c).
2. The use and administration of epinephrine by auto-injector that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (d).
3. The use of a glucometer that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (e).
4. If an individual possesses a current California-issued paramedic license or California Advanced EMT certificate, then the individual need not comply with subsections 1.-3., above.
(2) For a lapse of six (6) months or more, but less than twelve (12) months, the individual shall meet one of the following continuing education requirements:
(A) Successfully complete a twenty-four (24) hour refresher course from an approved EMT training program, and twelve (12) hours of continuing education, within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, or
(B) Obtain at least thirty-six (36) hours of continuing education (CE), within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, from an approved CE provider in accordance with the provisions contained in Chapter 11 of this Division.
1. CE hours may be used to renew multiple licensure/certification types.
(C) Complete an application form and other processes as specified in Section 100079, subdivisions (b)(3)-(b)(9), of this Chapter.
(D) Complete the criminal history background check requirements as specified in Article 4, Chapter 10 of this Division when the background check results are not on file with the certifying entity that is processing the reinstatement. The certifying entity shall receive the State and Federal criminal background check results before issuing a certification.
(E) Submit a completed skills competency verification form, EMSA-SCV (01/17). Form EMSA-SCV (01/17) is herein incorporated by reference. Skills competency shall be verified by direct observation of an actual or simulated patient contact. Skills competency shall be verified by an individual who is currently certified or licensed as an EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, Registered Nurse, Physician's Assistant, or Physician and who shall be designated by an EMS approved training program (EMT training program, AEMT training program, Paramedic training program or CE provider), or an EMS service provider. EMS service providers include, but are not limited to, public safety agencies, private ambulance providers and other EMS providers. Verification of skills competency shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years for the purpose of applying for recertification.
(F) Starting 24 months after the effective date of this subsection, an EMT applying for reinstatement of his or her certification for the first time shall submit documentation of successful completion of the following training by an approved EMT training program or approved CE provider:
1. The use and administration of naloxone or other opioid antagonist that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (c).
2. The use and administration of epinephrine by auto-injector that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (d).
3. The use of a glucometer that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (e).
4. If an individual possesses a current California-issued paramedic license or California Advanced EMT certificate, then the individual need not comply with subsections 1.-3., above.
(3) For a lapse of twelve (12) months or more, the individual shall meet one of the following continuing education requirements:
(A) Successfully complete a twenty-four (24) hour refresher course from an approved EMT training program, and twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education, within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, or
(B) Obtain at least forty-eight (48) hours of continuing education (CE), within the 24 months prior to applying for reinstatement, from an approved CE provider in accordance with the provisions contained in Chapter 11 of this Division.
1. CE hours may be used to renew multiple licensure/certification types.
(C) Complete an application form and other processes as specified in Section 100079, subdivisions (b)(3)-(b)(5), of this Chapter.
(D) Complete the criminal history background check requirements as specified in Article 4, Chapter 10 of this Division. The certifying entity shall receive the State and Federal criminal background check results before issuing a certification.
(E) Submit a completed skills competency verification form, EMSA-SCV (01/17). Form EMSA-SCV (01/17) is herein incorporated by reference. Skills competency shall be verified by direct observation of an actual or simulated patient contact. Skills competency shall be verified by an individual who is currently certified or licensed as an EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, Registered Nurse, Physician's Assistant, or Physician and who shall be designated by an EMS approved training program (EMT training program, AEMT training program, Paramedic training program or CE provider), or an EMS service provider. EMS service providers include, but are not limited to, public safety agencies, private ambulance providers and other EMS providers. Verification of skills competency shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years for the purpose of applying for recertification.
(F) Starting 24 months after the effective date of this subsection, an EMT applying for reinstatement of his or her certification for the first time shall submit documentation of successful completion of the following training by an approved EMT training program or approved CE provider:
1. The use and administration of naloxone or other opioid antagonist that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (c).
2. The use and administration of epinephrine by auto-injector that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (d).
3. The use of a glucometer that meets the standards and requirements of section 100075, subsection (e).
4. If an individual possesses a current California-issued paramedic license or California Advanced EMT certificate, then the individual need not comply with subsections 1.-3., above.
(G) Pass the cognitive and psychomotor exams, as specified in Sections 100059 and 100059.1 of this Chapter, within two (2) years of the date of application for EMT reinstatement unless the individual possesses a current and valid EMT, AEMT or paramedic National Registry Certificate or a current and valid AEMT certificate or paramedic license.
(b) For individuals who meet the requirements of Section 100081, subdivision (a)(1), (a)(2), or (a)(3), the EMT certifying entity shall make the effective date of reinstatement the day the certificate is issued. The certification expiration date will be the last day of the month two (2) years from the effective date.
(c) The EMT certifying entity shall issue a wallet-sized certificate card, pursuant to Section 100344, subdivisions (c) and (d), of Chapter 10 of this Division, within forty-five (45) days to eligible individuals who apply for EMT reinstatement and successfully complete the requirements of this Chapter.

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Note: Authority cited: Sections 1797.107, 1797.109, 1797.170 and 1797.175, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 1797.61, 1797.62, 1797.109, 1797.118, 1797.170, 1797.175, 1797.184, 1797.210 and 1797.216, Health and Safety Code; and United States Code, Title 10, Subtitle A, Chapter 1, Section 101.
History
1. Relocation of article heading, renumbering of former section 100081 to section 100079 and renumbering and amendment of former section 100084 to section 100081 filed 6-13-94; operative 7-13-94 (Register 94, No. 24). For prior history, see Register 87, No. 10.
2. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection (b) filed 3-2-95 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 95, No. 9).
3. Amendment of subsection (a)(2) and new subsection (a)(4) filed 1-11-2000; operative 2-10-2000 (Register 2000, No. 2).
4. Amendment of section heading and section filed 9-10-2004; operative 10-10-2004 (Register 2004, No. 37).
5. Editorial correction of subsection (a)(4) (Register 2010, No. 15).
6. Amendment of section heading, section and Note filed 5-18-2010; operative 6-17-2010 (Register 2010, No. 21).
7. Amendment of section heading and section filed 1-25-2013; operative 4-1-2013 (Register 2013, No. 4).
8. Amendment of section heading and section filed 5-11-2017; operative 7-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 19).
This database is current through 12/1/23 Register 2023, No. 48.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 22, § 100081, 22 CA ADC § 100081
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