20 V.S.A. 2965
Rights, Privileges, and Obligations of Out-of-State Firefighter Providing Aid
When firefighters from other states provide aid in Vermont following a request for assistance, the firefighters enjoy the same workers’ compensation benefits, protections from being legally responsible, and licensure privileges and obligations as the firefighters would otherwise have in their home state as long as the firefighter laws in the firefighters’ home state are similar to Vermont’s laws.
Application to other states
The provisions of this subchapter shall apply with respect to firefighting forces and equipment of other states of the United States that render services in this state in answer to a call for assistance provided that the laws of any such state contain substantially similar provisions, as certified by the secretary of state, with respect to firefighting forces and equipment of this state when rendering service in such other state in answer to a call for assistance.