The bill says employers shall not adopt or enforce any policy prohibiting workers from voluntarily providing medical services such as CPR. It does not require or imply that employers should be responsible for training their employees on emergency medical services or CPR.
The Senate unanimously approved the legislation Tuesday, sending it to Brown.
The owner of the Bakersfield home, Brookdale Senior Living, initially said its employee acted correctly by waiting until emergency personnel arrived, but later said the worker misinterpreted the company's guidelines.
Bayless' family said she wished to die naturally and would not have wanted CPR.
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