Utah law 26-41-102 allows school personnel to provide emergency epinephrine auto-injections to provide rapid first aid for persons suffering from a potentially fatal anaphylactic reaction.
Utah law 26-41-103 allows public and private schools to voluntarily determine whether or not to make emergency epinephrine auto-injectors and trained personnel available at school.
Utah law 26-41-104 allows public and private schools to designate one or more school personnel to receive training regarding epinephrine auto-injectors.
Utah law 26-41-105 states that a person who has received training regarding epinephrine auto-injectors may receive the auto-injectors from a school district physician, the medical director of the local health department, the local emergency medical services director; may administer the epinephrine auto-injector immediately to a person exhibiting symptoms of potentially life threatening symptoms of anaphylaxis at school or a school related activity when a physician is not available; and shall initiate emergency medical services or appropriate medical follow-up after administering the epinephrine auto-injector.
Utah law 25-41-106 provides immunity from liability for anyone trained to administer epinephrine auto-injectors for any action taken or not taken with respect to an anaphylactic reaction.