Conn Gen Stat 28-22a(Article VII)
License Reciprocity: Intrastate Mutual Aid
An individual holding a license, certificate, or permit for professional, mechanical, or other skills issued by a participating political subdivision or Connecticut, will be considered licensed, certified, or permitted in the political subdivision requesting aid for the duration of the declared emergency. The chief executive of the political subdivision requesting aid can add limitations or conditions to the license, certificate, or permit. This section is limited to the intrastate mutual aid system and actual requested aid by another entity.
Licenses, Certificates and Permits
Article VI. Licenses, Certificates and Permits (1) If a person or entity holds a license, certificate or other permit issued by a participating political subdivision or the state evidencing qualification in a profession, mechanical skill or other skill, and the assistance of that person or entity is requested by a participating political subdivision, such person or entity shall be deemed to be licensed, certified or permitted in the political subdivision requesting assistance for the duration of the declared local civil preparedness emergency, subject to any limitations and conditions as may be prescribed by the chief executive officer of the participating political subdivisions, by executive order or otherwise; or by the person or entity’s sponsor hospital. (2) The officers, members and employees of the responding political subdivision, including, but not limited to, public works personnel, firefighters, police or other assigned personnel rendering aid or assistance pursuant to the compact and this section shall have the same duties, rights, privileges and immunities as if they were performing their duties in the responding political subdivision.