Utah Code Ann. 53-2a-1203(2)
License Reciprocity: Out-of-State Business Employee
When an emergency declaration is in effect, an employee of an out-of-state business who performs emergency-related work is not subject to Utah’s licensure or registration laws as long as the employee has complied with the licensure and registration laws in the employee’s own state.
Business and employee status during disaster period
(2) Notwithstanding any other provision, an out-of-state employee who performs disaster- or emergency-related work specific to a declared state disaster or emergency during the disaster period is not subject to any state licensing or registration requirements provided that the out-of-state employee is in substantial compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing requirements in the employee’s state of residence or state of employment.