SB147 Epinephrine Auto-Injector Use Expansion passes both legislative bodies today and is on it’s way to Governor Herbert!
Utah is the fourth state to expand epinephrine auto-injector access to entities such as recreation camps; an education facility, school, or university; a day care facility; youth sports leagues; amusement parks; food establishments; places of employment; and recreation areas. We applaud Senator Dayton and Representative Arent for sponsoring the bill and hope you will join us in thanking them personally by sending an email or making a phone call! You can also thank your respective individual representatives for voting in favor of the bill (to find who they are click here).
The Utah Food Allergy Network formed a committee of community stakeholders and advocated for the passing of this legislation that amends the Emergency Injection For Anaphylactic Reaction Act in the Utah Health Code. The highlighted provisions of the bill:
– a medical professional prescribing a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors;
– a person conducting training; and
– a qualified entity; and
Bravo Utah for passing legislation that benefits those affected by anaphylaxis and for setting the example for other states to follow suit!
We’re so excited to announce that our 5th annual food-free Easter Egg Hunt registration just went live. Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 28 for a hoppin’ good time. Register here: http://utah-food-allergy-network.ticketleap.com/food-free-…/