2013 Wyoming Statutes
33-36-110. Attendant certificate; persons eligible; biennial fee; renewal; waiver of requirements.

WY Stat § 33-36-110 (2013) What's This?

33-36-110. Attendant certificate; persons eligible; biennial fee; renewal; waiver of requirements.

(a) An attendant certificate shall be granted by the division to any individual who:

(i) Submits an application and pays the fee for an attendant certificate to the division;

(ii) Has been examined and certified as an emergency medical technician by the division or who the division deems to be otherwise qualified; and

(iii) Meets any additional educational requirements under any rule or regulation promulgated by the division as provided in W.S. 33-36-103(a) and (b).

(b) There shall be a biennial attendant certification fee determined by the division, but not to exceed two dollars ($2.00). Each attendant license shall expire on December 31 every other year and may be renewed for a period of two (2) years upon application and payment of the biennial certification fee. An initial or renewal license may be granted by the division once to each person for a period not to exceed three (3) years if educational requirements for the period are satisfied. The division shall determine whether an applicant is eligible for an initial or renewal attendant license.

(c) All fees collected under this section shall be placed in the state general fund.

(d) The division may grant a waiver of the education and training requirements of this section upon application in cases where it finds that a waiver would be in the best interests of the public.

(e) The initial certification under this act will be issued on or after January 1, 1978.

(f) Persons not serving as attendants may be trained and certified as emergency medical technicians and have the certification renewed if requirements are satisfied.

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