(1)(a) To ensure that emergency medical service vehicles and nonemergency secured
behavioral health transport vehicles are adequately staffed, safe, maintained, properly
equipped, and safely operated, the committee shall establish permit requirements at
levels it considers appropriate in the following categories:
(ii) emergency medical response vehicle; and
(iii) nonemergency secured behavioral health transport vehicle.
(b) The permit requirements under Subsections (1)(a)(i) and (ii) shall include a requirement
that beginning on or after January 31, 2014, every operator of an ambulance or emergency
medical response vehicle annually provide proof of the successful completion of an
emergency vehicle operator's course approved by the department for all ambulances
and emergency medical response vehicle operators.
(2) The department shall, based on the requirements established in Subsection (1),
issue permits to emergency medical service vehicles and nonemergency secured behavioral
health transport vehicles.
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