Lawmakers unveiled legislation in the House to require airlines to update their medical emergency kits to better protect kids in-flight.

Representatives Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) and Richard Hanna (R-NY) introduced the Airplane Kits Act. The bill will require the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to issue a rule within one year that requires airlines to update their in-flight emergency medical supplies for children.

Maloney said the kits on airplanes now lack EpiPens to treat a severe allergic reaction, and child-size ventilation and CPR equipment.