Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 30. Alaska Workers' Compensation Act
Section 263. Immunity From Civil Liability For Workplace Safety Inspections.
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AS 23.30.263. Immunity From Civil Liability For Workplace Safety Inspections.

An employer's safety inspector is not liable for civil damages for an injury to an employee of that employer resulting from an act or omission in performing or failing to perform a loss control service, a workplace safety inspection, or a safety advisory service provided in connection with an employer's workers' compensation insurance coverage, unless the act or failure to act constitutes intentional misconduct. In this section, "safety inspector" means

(1) a carrier and an employee or agent of the carrier;

(2) a trade association of which the employer is a member; or

(3) a person providing adjusting or inspection services to an employer who is a member of an association established under AS 21.76.010 or to an employer who is self-insured under AS 23.30.090 .

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