Nonroutine stressful physical activity

Nonroutine stressful physical activity means line of duty activity that -
(1) Is not excluded by the Act, at 34 U.S.C. 10281(l);
(2) Is not performed as a matter of routine;
(3) Entails non-negligible physical exertion; and
(4) Occurs -
(i) With respect to a situation in which a public safety officer is engaged, under circumstances that objectively and reasonably -
(A) Pose (or appear to pose) significant dangers, threats, or hazards (or reasonably-foreseeable risks thereof), not faced by similarly-situated members of the public in the ordinary course; and
(B) Provoke, cause, or occasion an unusually-high level of alarm, fear, or anxiety; or
(ii) With respect to a training exercise in which a public safety officer participates, under circumstances that objectively and reasonably -
(A) Simulate in realistic fashion situations that pose significant dangers, threats, or hazards; and
(B) Provoke, cause, or occasion an unusually-high level of alarm, fear, or anxiety.

Source

28 CFR § 32.13


Scoping language

None
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