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The Emergency Worker Program is a volunteer oriented program established by RCW 38.52.310. Emergency workers are provided liability, medical, and personal property coverage as well as reimbursement for some incidental expenses while deployed on state-approved incidents and training events. There are 18 classes or categories of emergency workers including Communications, Medical, and Search and Rescue. Full details on the program are contained in the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) chapter 118-04.
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Please read the two WAC sections below that cover your personal responsibilities as an emergency worker (118-04-200) and the eligibility requirements and procedures for filing property loss and damage claims (118-04-340)
"As a City of Everett Emergency Worker and as a registered Washington State Emergency Service Worker, I may be working with fire or police agencies in sensitive and or restricted areas, handle messages of a confidential nature and will be highly visible to the public, where my actions must be reflect favorably upon the office of authority at all times. For this reason, I authorize release of any and all information that you may have concerning me, including information of a confidential or privileged nature. I hereby release you, your organization, or others from liability or damage that may result from furnishing the information requested."
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