§ 1621 Definitions [Effective upon enactment of comparable federal law]
As used in this subchapter the term "employee" shall not include a firefighter or a member of a rescue squad during the period in which the firefighter or rescue squad member volunteers the firefighter's or member's services at a location where the firefighter or member is either employed or is not then or regularly employed.
§ 1622 Waiver of overtime compensation [Effective upon enactment of comparable federal law]
The employer of a firefighter or member of a rescue squad shall not be required to pay a firefighter or member overtime compensation:
(1) When the firefighter or member volunteered their services to the employer; and
(2) For which the firefighter or member signed a legally binding waiver of such compensation.
§ 1623 Coercion [Effective upon enactment of comparable federal law]
No employer may require directly or indirectly an employee who is a firefighter or member of a rescue squad to volunteer the employee's firefighting or rescue squad services during any period in which such employee would be entitled to receive compensation for overtime employment.