Nev. Admin. Code § 450B.458 - Expiration and renewal of certificate

Current through August 4, 2021

1. A certificate as an emergency medical dispatcher expires on the date of expiration appearing on the certificate and, after the initial period, expires biennially. The Division shall designate the date of expiration of each certificate.
2. Such a certificate may be renewed if:
(a) The Division determines that the holder of the certificate has, before the date of expiration, successfully completed:
(1) A course of continuing training that is at least equivalent to the national standard prepared by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the United States Department of Transportation as a national standard as a refresher course for emergency medical dispatchers and is offered by a training center or approved by the Division; or
(2) Any other program of continuing education that is approved by the Division. Such a program must not be approved unless the requirement for attendance for that program for an emergency medical dispatcher is at least 8 hours.
(b) The holder submits, within the 3 months immediately preceding the date the certificate expires, an application indicating compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraph (a).

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 450B.458
Added to NAC by Bd. of Health by R182-01, eff. 3-5-2002; A by R024-14, eff. 10-24-2014; A by R068-16A, eff. 1/27/2017
NRS 450B.120 and 450B.155

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