BLS is allowed to administer oral glucose, but I think it's safe to say that oral glucose is rather limited in its application. Not useless, just limited. As for the above poster's squad carrying EPIpens and being allowed to use them with some additional training, I believe they are sadly mistaken. In NJ, we can assist with oral nitro, assist with albuterol inhalers, and assist in the administration of a patient's prescribed epipen. However, it must be theirs, the prescription mustbe up-to-date, and technically we aren't allowed to just spike them with it. So, aside from O2 and oral glucose, we really can't do much of anything with meds.
your right about the epi pen however there has been talk of big brother letting us carry them on the rig. there really arent any contra indications to epi pens besides a REAL bad headace.