Staff Resources
Staff that is onsite everyday is the most vital part of keeping students safe. Below are the Standard Procedures, consistent with first aid practices, for all first aid trained staff to use. The conditions listed are those which are most common to the school setting. Student's who have medical conditions that require a procedure that deviates from standard first aid will have an Individual Health Protocol (IHP).


Altered Level of Consciousness
Head Injuries
Heat Emergency
Seizure Disorders
Shunt Dependent Hydrocephalus

Illness Exclusion


Staff who have participated in Specialized Training for Diabetes and Anaphylaxis may defer to the following resources:


Standard Procedure for Treatment of Anaphylaxis- for trained staff only

Oregon Health Authority Protocol

When to use an EpiPen®
How to use an EpiPen®



ADA Treatment of Hypoglycemia

Oregon Health Authority Glucagon Protocol

Diabetes Basics
Severe Hypoglycemia
Glucagon Administration

Legislative requirements in Oregon require specific curriculum for Emergency Glucagon Administration, Severe Allergic Reactions ( Epinephrine Administration) and Medication Administration.  
The Medication Administration Curriculum  requires a face to face course with a nurse  during the initial training and can be reviewed by staff and a statement of completion signed for refresher coursework as per OAR 339-866-873.

The Severe Allergic Reaction Course and Emergency Glucagon Course are required in a class setting with a Registered Nurse ( or other Qualified Trainer ) to include education on the physiology of each respective condition, active practice of medication handling and return demonstration as per ORS 422.800-825 and ORS 333-055-0000.