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25-3.5-1401. Stop the bleed school control kits - report - definitions - repeal.

Statute text

(1) The department shall distribute stop the bleed control kits to each school that chooses to administer stop the bleed training.

(2) For each of the 2023-24, 2024-25, and 2025-26 state fiscal years, the general assembly shall appropriate one hundred fifty thousand dollars to the department for the purpose of purchasing and distributing stop the bleed control kits to high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools. Any unexpended money remaining at the end of the 2023-24 and 2024-25 state fiscal years from this appropriation:

(a) Does not revert to the general fund or any other fund;

(b) May be used by the department in the 2024-25 and 2025-26 state fiscal years without further appropriation; and

(c) Must not be used for any other purpose other than the purpose set forth in this section.

(2.5) The department shall provide each school with its allotment of bleed control kits after a school has held a stop the bleed training.

(3) The department shall distribute bleed control kits according to the following:

(a) Schools with a population of over one thousand students that opt in receive ten bleed control kits;

(b) Schools with a population between five hundred and one thousand students that opt in receive five bleed control kits; and

(c) Schools with a population of less than five hundred students that opt in receive three bleed control kits.

(4) On or before July 1, 2024, and on or before July 1 each year thereafter through July 1, 2026, the department shall collaborate with the American college of surgeons' committee on trauma to submit a report to the health and human services committee of the senate and the public and behavioral health and human services committee of the house of representatives, or any successor committees, and to the governor on the distribution of stop the bleed control kits. At a minimum, the report must include:

(a) The total number of schools that opted in to receive stop the bleed control kits;

(b) The total number of people in schools who have been trained in stop the bleed;

(c) The total number of stop the bleed control kits that have been sent to schools; and

(d) The total cost of distributing the stop the bleed control kits.

(5) Any contract or agreement that the department enters into in furtherance of this section is exempt from the requirements of the "Procurement Code", articles 101 to 112 of title 24.

(6) As used in this section:

(a) "Bleed control" means actions that control bleeding from a person who has suffered a traumatic injury.

(b) "Bleed control kit" means a first aid response kit developed by stop the bleed that contains:

(I) One tourniquet endorsed by the United States department of defense committee on tactical combat casualty care;

(II) One compression bandage;

(III) One bleeding control bandage;

(IV) Protective gloves;

(V) One marker; and

(VI) One pair of scissors.

(c) "School" means a public school, school district, board of cooperative services, charter school, or institute charter school.

(d) "Stop the bleed" means the American college of surgeons' stop the bleed program that is administered by the American college of surgeons' committee on trauma.

(7) This section is repealed, effective July 1, 2026.

History

Source: L. 2023: Entire part added, (HB 23-1213), ch. 187, p. 911, 1, effective May 15.

Annotations

Editor's note: Subsection (2.5) was numbered as subsection (2)(d) in HB 23-1213 but has been renumbered on revision for ease of location.


DISEASE CONTROL


ARTICLE 4
DISEASE CONTROL

Annotations

Cross references: For programs of the department of public health and environment for the control of epidemic and communicable diseases, see 25-1.5-102.

 

Section

 

PART 1 SANITARY REGULATIONS

25-4-101. Premises sanitation - food defined.

25-4-102. Sanitary regulations.

25-4-103. Construction requirements.

25-4-104. Protection from dirt.

25-4-105. Toilet rooms and lavatories.

25-4-106. Nuisances - petty offense.

25-4-107. Rooms not used for sleeping.

25-4-108. Work by persons with contagious diseases - forbidden.

25-4-109. Enforcement.

25-4-110. Prosecutions - disposition of fines.

25-4-111. Penalty.

25-4-112. Rules.

 

PART 2 PRENATAL EXAMINATIONS

25-4-201. Pregnant woman to take blood test.

25-4-202. Tests approved by department. (Repealed)

25-4-203. Birth certificate - blood test.

25-4-204. Penalty.

25-4-205. District attorneys to prosecute.

 

PART 3 BLINDNESS IN NEWLY BORN

25-4-301. Inflammation of eyes.

25-4-302. Duties of department. (Repealed)

25-4-303. Duty to treat eyes. (Repealed)

25-4-304. Duties of county, district, or municipal public health director. (Repealed)

25-4-305. Penalty. (Repealed)

 

PART 4 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS

25-4-401. Legislative declaration.

25-4-402. Definitions.

25-4-403. Eligibility - nondiscrimination.

25-4-404. Rules.

25-4-405. Reporting requirements - immunity.

25-4-406. Reports - confidentiality.

25-4-407. Reporting requirements - research exemption.

25-4-408. Infection control - duties.

25-4-409. Minors - treatment - consent.

25-4-410. Patient consent - rights of patients, victims, and pregnant women.

25-4-411. Confidential counseling and testing sites - legislative declaration.

25-4-412. Public safety - public health procedures - orders for compliance - petitions - hearings.

25-4-413. Emergency public health procedures - injunctions.

25-4-414. Penalties.

 

PART 5 TUBERCULOSIS

25-4-500.3. Definitions.

25-4-501. Tuberculosis declared to be an infectious and communicable disease.

25-4-502. Tuberculosis to be reported.

25-4-503. Examination of sputum. (Deleted by amendment)

25-4-504. Statistical case register. (Deleted by amendment)

25-4-505. Laboratories to report. (Deleted by amendment)

25-4-506. Investigation and examination of suspected or known tuberculosis cases.

25-4-507. Isolation order - enforcement - court review.

25-4-508. Inspection of records.

25-4-509. Violations - penalty.

25-4-510. Jurisdiction.

25-4-511. Duties of board of health and department - confidentiality of records - rules.

25-4-512. Nondiscrimination in the provision of general services.

25-4-513. Funding.

 

PART 6 RABIES CONTROL

25-4-601. Definitions.

25-4-602. Notice to health department or officer if animal affected or suspected of being affected by rabies.

25-4-603. Report of person bitten by animal to health department or health officer.

25-4-604. Animal attacking or biting person to be confined - examination.

25-4-605. Animals bitten by animals known or suspected of having rabies to be confined.

25-4-606. Animals to be confined to prevent spread of rabies.

25-4-607. Order of board of health requiring inoculation of animals - veterinarian waiver of order.

25-4-608. Notice of order requiring inoculation of animals.

25-4-609. Effect of order requiring inoculation of animals.

25-4-610. Uninoculated animals not to run at large - impounding and disposition of animals.

25-4-611. Report to state department.

25-4-612. Enforcement of part 6.

25-4-613. Liability for accident or subsequent disease from inoculation.

25-4-614. Penalties.

25-4-615. Further municipal restrictions not prohibited.

 

PART 7 PET ANIMAL AND PSITTACINE BIRD FACILITIES

25-4-701. Definitions.

25-4-702. Board to establish rules - department to administer.

25-4-703. License required - fee. (Repealed)

25-4-704. Hobby breeders of psittacine birds. (Repealed)

25-4-705. Importation for resale prohibited - when. (Repealed)

25-4-706. Pet animal and psittacine bird dealers - duties. (Repealed)

25-4-707. Psittacine birds - sale or transfer - requirements. (Repealed)

25-4-708. Nonpsittacine birds - when regulated. (Repealed)

25-4-709. Quarantine.

25-4-710. Right of entry - inspections.

25-4-711. Suspension or revocation of license. (Repealed)

25-4-712. Unlawful acts.

25-4-713. Penalty for violations.

25-4-714. Exemptions from part 7. (Repealed)

25-4-715. Repeal of sections - review of functions. (Repealed)

 

PART 8 PHENYLKETONURIA

25-4-801 to 25-4-804. (Repealed)

 

PART 9 SCHOOL ENTRY IMMUNIZATION

25-4-901. Definitions.

25-4-902. Immunization prior to attending school - standardized immunization information.

25-4-902.5. Immunization prior to attending a college or university - tuberculosis screening process development.

25-4-903. Exemptions from immunization - rules.

25-4-904. Rules - immunization rules - rule-making authority of state board of health.

25-4-904.5. Annual alignment evaluation.

25-4-905. Immunization of indigent children.

25-4-906. Certificate of immunization - forms.

25-4-907. Noncompliance.

25-4-908. When exemption from immunization not recognized.

25-4-909. Vaccine-related injury or death - limitations on liability.

25-4-910. Immunization data collection.

25-4-911. Vaccinated children standard - legislative declaration.

25-4-912. Confidentiality.

 

PART 10 NEWBORN SCREENING AND GENETIC COUNSELING AND EDUCATION ACT

25-4-1001. Short title.

25-4-1002. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1002.5. Definitions.

25-4-1003. Powers and duties of executive director - newborn screening programs - genetic counseling and education programs - rules.

25-4-1004. Newborn screening - rules.

25-4-1004.3. Newborn heart defect screening - pulse oximetry - rules - definition.

25-4-1004.5. Follow-up testing and treatment - second screening - fee - rules.

25-4-1004.7. Newborn hearing screening - advisory committee - report - rules.

25-4-1005. Exceptions.

25-4-1006. Cash funds.

 

PART 11 KENNELS

25-4-1101 to 25-4-1111. (Repealed)

 

PART 12 STREPTOCOCCUS CONTROL

25-4-1201. Powers and duties of executive director.

25-4-1202. Streptococcus cash fund.

 

PART 13 RETAIL FOOD STORE SANITATION ACT

25-4-1301. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1302. Definitions.

25-4-1303. Labeling - product modules - take-home containers.

25-4-1304. Bulk food protection.

25-4-1305. Bulk food display.

25-4-1306. Dispensing utensils.

25-4-1307. Materials.

25-4-1308. Food-contact surfaces.

25-4-1309. Non-food-contact surfaces.

25-4-1310. Accessibility.

25-4-1311. Equipment sanitization.

25-4-1312. Violation - penalty.

25-4-1313. Rules and regulations.

25-4-1314. Limitation.

 

PART 14 HIV INFECTION AND ACQUIRED
IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME
ASSISTANCE

25-4-1401. Drug assistance program - program fund - HIV medications rebate fund - created - legislative declaration - no entitlement created.

25-4-1402. Definitions.

25-4-1403. Colorado HIV and AIDS prevention grant program.

25-4-1404. Grant program - rules - conflict of interest.

25-4-1405. AIDS and HIV prevention fund - administration - limitation.

 

PART 15 BREAST CANCER SCREENING

25-4-1501. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1502. Definitions.

25-4-1503. Fund created.

25-4-1504. Allocation of fund.

25-4-1505. Powers and duties of department and advisory board.

25-4-1506. Repeal of part. (Repealed)

 

PART 16 FOOD PROTECTION ACT

25-4-1601. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1602. Definitions.

25-4-1603. Licensing, certification, and food protection agency.

25-4-1604. Powers and duties of department - rules.

25-4-1605. Submission of plans for approval - required.

25-4-1606. Licensure - exception.

25-4-1607. Fees.

25-4-1607.5. Retail food establishment regulation - fees - investigations - stakeholder process.

25-4-1607.7. Health inspection results - development of a uniform system - communication to the public.

25-4-1607.9. Department targets - audits - reporting.

25-4-1608. Food protection cash fund - creation.

25-4-1609. Disciplinary actions - closure - revocation - suspension - review. (Repealed)

25-4-1609.5. Grievance process.

25-4-1610. Unlawful acts.

25-4-1611. Violation - penalties. (Repealed)

25-4-1611.5. Violations - penalties - review.

25-4-1612. Judicial review.

25-4-1613. General fund moneys - repeal. (Repealed)

25-4-1614. Home kitchens - exemption - food inspection - short title - definitions - rules.

25-4-1615. Pet dogs in retail food establishments - prohibited - exceptions.

25-4-1616. Food donations to nonprofit organizations encouraged.

25-4-1617. Animal shares and meat sales by farmers and ranchers - short title - definitions.

 

PART 17 INFANT IMMUNIZATION ACT

25-4-1701. Short title.

25-4-1702. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1703. Definitions.

25-4-1704. Infant immunization program - delegation of authority to immunize minor.

25-4-1705. Department of public health and environment - powers and duties - rules.

25-4-1706. Infant immunization program - eligibility.

25-4-1707. Moneys targeted for medical assistance for infants - reimbursement.

25-4-1708. Fund created.

25-4-1709. Limitations on liability.

25-4-1710. Report to the general assembly. (Repealed)

25-4-1711. Infant immunization advisory committee - creation. (Repealed)

 

PART 18 SHELLFISH DEALER CERTIFICATION ACT

25-4-1801. Short title.

25-4-1802. Legislative declaration.

25-4-1803. Definitions.

25-4-1804. Department designated as certifying and inspecting agency.

25-4-1805. Powers and duties of department - rules.

25-4-1806. Shellfish dealers - certificate required - application - fees.

25-4-1807. Record-keeping requirements.

25-4-1808. Unlawful acts.

25-4-1809. Inspections - investigations - access - subpoena.

25-4-1810. Enforcement.

25-4-1811. Disciplinary actions - denial of certification.

25-4-1812. Civil penalties.

25-4-1813. Criminal penalties.

 

PART 19 GULF WAR SYNDROME
REGISTRY

25-4-1901. Short title.

25-4-1902. Definitions.

25-4-1903. Gulf war syndrome registry - creation - reporting.

25-4-1904. Gulf war syndrome advisory committee - creation. (Repealed)

25-4-1905. Confidentiality of information collected.

25-4-1906. Gulf war syndrome registry fund.

 

PART 20 HEPATITIS C EDUCATION
AND SCREENING PROGRAM

25-4-2001. Short title.

25-4-2002. Legislative declaration.

25-4-2003. Definitions.

25-4-2004. Powers and duties of executive director - hepatitis C program.

25-4-2005. Hepatitis C testing - recommendations - definitions.

 

PART 21 BODY ARTISTS

25-4-2101. Powers and duties of department - rules.

25-4-2102. Penalties for violations.

25-4-2103. Parental consent for minors.

 

PART 22 HEALTH DISPARITIES GRANT PROGRAM

25-4-2201. Legislative declaration.

25-4-2202. Definitions.

25-4-2203. Health disparities and community grant program - rules.

25-4-2204. Office of health equity - creation.

25-4-2205. Powers and duties of the office of health equity - rules - working group.

25-4-2206. Health equity commission - creation - repeal.

25-4-2207. Interagency health disparities leadership council - creation. (Repealed)

25-4-2208. Necessary document program - report - definition.

25-4-2209. Culturally relevant and affirming health-care training - health-care providers - grants - definitions.

 

PART 23 COLORADO IMMUNIZATION FUND

25-4-2301. Colorado immunization fund - supplemental tobacco litigation settlement moneys account - creation.

 

PART 24 IMMUNIZATION REGISTRY ACT

25-4-2401. Short title.

25-4-2402. Legislative declaration.

25-4-2403. Department of public health and environment - powers and duties - immunization tracking system - rules - definitions.

25-4-2404. Vaccines - access to the public - definitions.

 

PART 25 CERVICAL CANCER IMMUNIZATION ACT

25-4-2501. Short title.

25-4-2502. Definitions.

25-4-2503. Cervical cancer immunization program - rules.

25-4-2504. Public awareness campaign - fund.


PART 1
SANITARY REGULATIONS