The School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh through its Child Welfare Resource Center and Continuing Education Program offers Act 31 On-line Training for LSW/LCSW, LPC, and LMFT professionals in Pennsylvania. SCI Forest Staff Participate in PA Act 139 Naloxone Training. Students will be instructed on how Pennsylvania is addressing the opioid epidemic, how to recognize an overdose, administering naloxone in three different forms, and compliance with PA Act 139. Based on Act 67 of 2019, School Police Officers are required to complete annual in-service approved by MPOETC under Title 53, Chapter 21, Subchapter D (Act 120). Naloxone Training: This program will provide you with current information on the opioid epidemic which Pennsylvania is experiencing, inform you about Pennsylvania’s efforts to address the issue and Pennsylvania Act 139, as well as provide police with key information regarding opioid overdose rescue through the administration of Naloxone. Details Date: April 11, 2017 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue SPHS Behavioral Health 903 East … This training is free of charge and is three credit hours. Wolf signed House Bill 1907 into law Nov. 3, changing the provisions of Article XIII of the Public School Code addressing truancy. What is Act 139? Gov. A new piece of state legislation significantly changes the law addressing truancy for students in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (“PLCB”) recently released an Advisory Opinion regarding Act 39’s RAMP requirements for newly-hired and current servers/sellers. Senate Bill 1164 was signed into law in late Sept. as Act 139 of 2014. This legislation allows first responders including law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS or other organizations the ability to administer a medication known as naloxone, a life-saving opioid reversal medication, to individuals experiencing an opioid overdoes. The question posed to the PLCB was whether the new RAMP requirement applied to just new server/sellers as of August 8, 2016, or did it apply to current server/sellers and all new server/sellers after August 8, 2016. Naloxone Administration for First Responders is a course designed to provide the training any first responder carrying Naloxone is required to complete. Example: 1 Pa. Code § 17.51. The information for the Pennsylvania Code included at this website has been derived directly from the Pennsylvania Code, the Commonwealth's official publication of rules and regulations.Cite all material in the Pennsylvania Code by title number and section number. Annual in-service requirements under Act 120 include 12 hours of approved classroom training, annual firearms qualification on all duty firearms, and current CPR/AED/First Aid certification. This training will include: How to identify the symptoms of an overdose; Ways to prevent an overdose; What to do and what not to do when someone overdoses; Ways to administer Narcan; Information on PA ACT 139, the Overdose Prevention/”Good Samaritan” Law + Google Calendar + iCal Export. Marienville, PA – Through a working relationship with the Forest County DA’s office, the Forest County Drug Task Force and the Armstrong, Indiana and Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission, on Thursday, January 12, 2017, approximately 70 SCI Forest employees participated in PA Act 139 Naloxone Training.