Don't assume your employer, meaning your nursing manager and others know the legal scope of practice in your state. You need to keep up to date on the evolving scope of practice for nursing because you are personally accountable, responsible, and potentially liable for practicing outside your scope.
As a LPN, can you assume the RNs you work with know the scope of practice for practical nursing?
I have seen it time and time again where LPNs and LVNs are performing tasks at the direction of a nurse manager only to find that the tasks are not within the practical nursing scope of practice. There is never any shortage of blame and finger pointing in healthcare and you can argue to the "cows come home" who is at fault and mitigating circumstances but bottom line: You are a nurse and you are accountable and responsible for knowing your scope of practice. Don't wing it and "play it by ear" with nursing scope of practice issues whether you are a LPN/LVN, RN, or APRN.