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AGO Opinions with Topic: EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL
AGO 1999 No. 6 >  July 12, 1999
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS - FIREFIGHTERS - PRISONS - EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL - MINORS - FIREARMS
Eligibility of persons between the ages of 18 and 21 to serve in various positions There is no statute barring a person over 18 years of age but less than 21 years of age from serving as a law enforcement officer, a prison guard, a firefighter, or a paramedic, provided that the person otherwise meets all qualifications for the job in question.
AGLO 1977 No. 29 >  July 11, 1977
MEDICAL AID - EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL - DRUGS - AUTHORITY OF EMERGENCY MOBILE HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL
MEDICAL AID ‑- EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL ‑- DRUGS ‑- AUTHORITY OF EMERGENCY MOBILE HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL

(1) Emergency mobile health care personnel, as defined in RCW 18.71.200, need not receive a new authorization from a physician for each instance in which they perform the emergency procedures for which they are certified.

(2) The requirement of RCW 18.71.210 that services of emergency health care personnel be rendered under the responsible supervision and control of a licensed physician is satisfied when:

(a) The services are rendered at the scene of an emergency to a person who is in imminent danger of loss of life or has suffered grievous bodily injury; and

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