Wisconsin Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry (WEAVR)

Terms of Service

I hereby certify that all statements made in this application are true and I agree and understand that any misstatement, falsification, or omission of material facts may cause forfeiture of my eligibility for enrollment as a volunteer.

I further understand and agree that:

I authorize my state, regional or local preparedness officials to check any information regarding my application and information about criminal background. By submitting this application, I authorize release of this information to necessary third parties for purposes of my registration and activities related to my deployment for services.

I agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any commercial purposes any portion of WEAVR, or access to the WEAVR site. All trademarks or logos appearing on the WEAVR site are the property of their respective owners.

Liability Insurance and Workers Compensation Coverage:

Wisconsin law, "Chapter 257 Emergency Volunteer Health Care Practitioners" provides liability protection and workers compensation for volunteers under the following circumstances. If a volunteer health care practitioner provides services for which the individual is licensed, certified, registered, or qualified, the practitioner will be indemnified and considered an employee of the state for worker’s compensation purposes if all of the following apply:

I understand that more information about volunteer liability and workers compensation protections in Wisconsin can be found on the WEAVR home page at