Ohio schools and camps for children were not permitted to carry non-patient specific Epipen devices to provide urgent medical response for children experiencing anaphylactic shock from allergic reaction.
To pass legislation to enable all schools and camps to have availability and legal permission to provide a non-patient, Epipen product so that children who are unaware of potentially fatal allergies have immediate access to an Epipen.
Passed legislation so all schools and camps are permitted to carry non-patient, Epipens on location.
Similar to schools and camps, Ohio food servers were also prohibited from providing access to Epipen devices for allergic reactions.
To pass legislation that would permit all entities serving food (restaurants, ballparks, amusement parks etc.) to be permitted to have Epipens onsite.
Unanimously passed legislation permitting entities to stock Epipens onsite.