Good Samaritan Law After Credentials Expired

My emergency responder credentials expired quite some time ago. I working towards EMR since it's basically the same as EMT, but without the continuing education requirements, but i still have to take some classes and pass my test.

Despite not being credentialed, I still find myself coming upon disaster scenes (car wrecks mostly) before first responders arrive. I've used the equipment on me to direct traffic, stabilize vehicles, do head to toe assessments, and report details to 911 or the OEM/EOC. But I'm hesitant to provide aid to victims, because I don't want to get sued (although I did perform CPR on one person, because I can't just stand there when someone's dying).

All of that said, how long after your credentials expire would the Good Samaritan Law protect you?
May 18, 2013
You might want to check out this site: Good Samaritan Laws by state it lists the laws by state and even color codes parts of them to flag unusual and concerning language. @ScottCurry it looks like you have nothing to worry about in CO, although this reference is from 2014 and it is possible laws could have changed since then and you should probably verify. I will note that in other states the story is different. The Oklahoma statue is probably the strangest Good Samaritan law in the country.
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