Utah Admin. Code R426-2-1000 - Denial or Revocation of Designation

(1) The Department may deny an application for a designation for any of the following reasons:
(a) failure to meet requirements as specified in the rules governing the service;
(b) failure to meet vehicle, equipment, or staffing requirements;
(c) failure to meet requirements for renewal or upgrade;
(d) conduct during the performance of duties relating to its responsibilities as an EMS provider that is contrary to accepted standards of conduct for EMS personnel described in Sections 26-8a-502 and 26-8a-504;
(e) failure to meet agreements covering training standards or testing standards;
(f) a history of disciplinary action relating to a license, permit, designation, or certification in this or any other state;
(g) a history of criminal activity by the licensed or designated provider or its principals while licensed or designated as an EMS provider or while operating as an EMS service with permitted vehicles;
(h) falsifying or misrepresenting any information required for licensure or designation or by the application for either;
(i) failure to pay the required designation or permitting fees or failure to pay outstanding balances owed to the Department;
(j) failure to submit records and other data to the Department as required by statute or rule;
(k) misuse of grant funds received under Section 26-8a-207; and
(1) violation of federal standards required for the provision of EMS service.
(2) An applicant who has been denied a designation may request a Department review by filing a written request for reconsideration within 30 calendar days of the issuance of the Department's denial.


Utah Admin. Code R426-2-1000
Renumbered from R426-2-1100; Utah State Bulletin Number 2015-18, effective 8/21/2015 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2018-10, effective 4/19/2018 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2019-3, effective 1/11/2019 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2019-19, effective 9/11/2019 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-12, effective 5/31/2022

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