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Rulemaking Advisory Committees, also known as RACs, are an important process that allow members of the public and communities to provide input and suggestions during the development of new rules or amending current rules. Information relating to EMS and Trauma Systems rulemaking advisory committees are noted below. Additional information is also available about how a person or community affected by EMS and trauma system regulatory functions may apply to serve on a Rule Advisory Committee (RAC).
The purpose of this RAC is to consider the associate degree requirement for a Paramedic as well as requirements and documentation necessary for a spouse/domestic partner of a member of the armed forces who is licensed as an EMS provider in another state to seek temporary licensure in Oregon. (RAC process is complete and permanent rules adopted.)
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