{"Emergency management worker":"Any individual performing emergency management services under the direction of a local or state governmental entity, health care providers performing health care services as part of a State Medical Assistance Team, and anyone else performing emergency health care services."}
Emergency Law Inventory | Full Law Text

Law Number

N.C. Gen. Stat. 166A-19.60(f)

Summary Title

Powers, Duties, Immunities, and Privileges: Emergency Management Worker Providing Aid in Another Jurisdiction


An emergency management worker, who performs emergency management services under any type of intra- or interstate mutual aid agreement, will have the same powers, duties, immunities, and privileges as they would have in their home jurisdiction.

Full Title

Immunity and exemption

Full Text

(f) Powers of Individuals Operating Pursuant to Mutual Aid Agreements. -- Any emergency management worker, as defined in this section, performing emergency management services at any place in this State pursuant to agreements, compacts, or arrangements for mutual aid and assistance to which the State or a political subdivision thereof is a party, shall possess the same powers, duties, immunities, and privileges the person would ordinarily possess if performing duties in the State, or political subdivision thereof, in which normally employed or rendering services.