State law addresses asthma plans.
UT ST § 26–41–102
(1) “Anaphylaxis” means a potentially life-threatening hypersensitivity to a substance. (a) Symptoms of anaphylaxis may include shortness of breath, wheezing, difficulty breathing, difficulty talking or swallowing, hives, itching, swelling, shock, or asthma. (b) Causes of anaphylaxis may include insect sting, food allergy, drug reaction, and exercise. (2) “Asthma action plan” means a written plan: (a) developed with a school nurse, a student's parent or guardian, and the student's health care provider to help control the student's asthma; and (b) signed by the student's: (i) parent or guardian; and (ii) health care provider
UT ST § 26–41–103
(1) This chapter does not create a duty or standard of care for: (a) a person to be trained in the use and storage of epinephrine auto-injectors or stock albuterol; or (b) except as provided in Subsection (5), a qualified epinephrine auto-injector entity to store epinephrine auto-injectors or a qualified stock albuterol entity to store stock albuterol on its premises. (2) Except as provided in Subsections (3) and (5), a decision by a person to successfully complete a training program under Section 26–41–104 or 26–41–104.1 and to make emergency epinephrine auto-injectors or stock albuterol available under the provisions of this chapter is voluntary. (3) A school, school board, or school official may not prohibit or dissuade a teacher or other school employee at a primary or secondary school in the state, either public or private, from: (a) completing a training program under Section 26–41–104 or 26–41–104.1; (b) possessing or storing an epinephrine auto-injector or stock albuterol on school property if: (i) the teacher or school employee is a qualified adult; and (ii) the possession and storage is in accordance with the training received under Section 26–41–104 or 26–41–104.1; or (c) administering an epinephrine auto-injector or stock albuterol to any person, if: (i) the teacher or school employee is a qualified adult; and (ii) the administration is in accordance with the training received under Section 26–41–104 or 26–41–104.1. (4) A school, school board, or school official may encourage a teacher or other school employee to volunteer to become a qualified adult. (5)(a) Each primary or secondary school in the state, both public and private, shall make an emergency epinephrine auto-injector available to any teacher or other school employee who: (i) is employed at the school; and (ii) is a qualified adult
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