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Emergency Law Inventory | Full Law Text

Law Number

76 Okl. St. 32(I)

Summary Title

Liability: MRC Member


A member of the Medical Reserve Corps who, in good faith and within the scope of their official duties, assists in emergency management operations, including trainings and actual disaster response activities, will not be held legally responsible for acting or for failing to act. They can be held legally responsible if acting with extreme carelessness or intent to cause harm.

Full Title

Volunteer Professional Services Immunity Act

Full Text

I. Any person or entity participating in the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps and assisting with emergency management, emergency operations, or hazard mitigation in response to any emergency, man-made disaster, or natural disaster, or participating as authorized in public health initiatives, disaster drills, or other activities designed to strengthen emergency response that are endorsed by a city-county health department, county health department or the state health department in the State of Oklahoma, shall not be liable for civil damages on the basis of any act or omission, if: 1. The person was acting in good faith and within the scope of the official duties and functions of the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps; and 2. The acts or omissions were not caused from gross, willful, or wanton acts of negligence.