2017 - 2018 LEGISLATURE
January 16, 2018 - Offered by Senator Petrowski.
SB549-SA1,1,11 At the locations indicated, amend the bill as follows:
SB549-SA1,1,2 21. Page 2, line 3: delete lines 3 to 7 and substitute: - See PDF for table PDF
SB549-SA1,1,3 32. Page 2, line 8: delete “20.465 (3) (fm)" and substitute “20.435 (1) (cj)".
SB549-SA1,1,4 43. Page 2, line 9: delete “20.465 (3) (fm)" and substitute “20.435 (1) (cj)".
SB549-SA1,1,5 54. Page 2, line 15: delete “military affairs" and substitute “health services".
15. Page 4, line 5: on lines 5 and 19, delete “20.465 (3) (fm)" and substitute
2“20.435 (1) (cj)".
SB549-SA1,2,3 36. Page 4, line 15: after that line insert:
SB549-SA1,2,4 4 Section 3e. 256.35 (7) (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB549-SA1,2,55 256.35 (7) (title) Liability exemption exemptions.
SB549-SA1,3m 6Section 3m. 256.35 (7) of the statutes, as affected by 2017 Wisconsin Act 59,
7is renumbered 256.35 (7) (a).
SB549-SA1,3s 8Section 3s. 256.35 (7) (bm) of the statutes is created to read:
SB549-SA1,2,139 256.35 (7) (bm) Any public safety answering point or dispatcher who provides
10telephonic assistance on administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation is immune
11from civil liability for any outcomes resulting from the administration of
12cardiopulmonary resuscitation or failure to administer cardiopulmonary
13resuscitation if all of the following conditions exist:
SB549-SA1,2,1614 1. The dispatcher who provides telephonic assistance on administering
15cardiopulmonary resuscitation has been trained in accordance with the standards
16under sub. (2m) (b).
SB549-SA1,2,1817 2. The dispatcher provides telephonic assistance on administering
18cardiopulmonary resuscitation by doing any of the following:
SB549-SA1,2,2019 a. Using an evidence-based protocol or script as described under sub. (2m) (b)
SB549-SA1,2,2221 b. Transferring the caller to a dedicated telephone line, telephone center, or
22another public safety answering point as described under sub. (2m) (b) 2.
13. The injury claimed is not the result of an act or omission that constitutes
2gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct by the dispatcher or public safety
3answering point.”.
SB549-SA1,3,4 47. Page 4, line 17: delete “military affairs" and substitute “health services".
SB549-SA1,3,5 58. Page 4, line 24: delete “military affairs" and substitute “health services".
SB549-SA1,3,6 69. Page 5, line 2: after that line insert:
SB549-SA1,3,11 7(3) The authorized FTE positions for the department of health services are
8increased by 0.5 GPR position, to be funded from the appropriation under section
920.435 (1) (a) of the statutes, for the purpose of administering the emergency
10dispatcher cardiopulmonary resuscitation training grant program under section
11256.35 (2m).”.