License Reciprocity: Professional, Mechanical, and Other Skills
Requirements for a license to practice a professional, mechanical, or other skills does not apply to an authorized emergency responder when they utilize their professional, mechanical, or other skills during their authorized activities. This section does not extend to medical professionals.
Emergency responders - immunities & exemptions
(e) (1) Any requirement for a license to practice any professional, mechanical, or other skill does not apply to any authorized emergency management worker who in the course of performing his or her duties as an emergency management worker practices the professional, mechanical, or other skill during an emergency. (2) (A) Subdivision (e)(1) of this section does not apply to a license issued to a health practitioner, as defined in § 12-87-102. (B) However, a health practitioner license issued by another state is recognized in this state to the extent provided under this chapter, the Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact, § 12-76-101 et seq., the Uniform Emergency Volunteer Health Practitioners Act, § 12-87-101 et seq., and other laws of this state.