183.3. The answers given by a person in the course of risk management activities, including any information or document supplied in good faith by the person in response to a request of a risk manager or a risk management committee may not be used or be admitted as evidence against the person or against any other person in a judicial proceeding or a proceeding before a person or body exercising adjudicative functions.
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision, a risk manager or a member of a risk management committee may not be compelled to make a deposition in a judicial proceeding or a proceeding before a person or body exercising adjudicative functions concerning any confidential information obtained in the exercise of his or her functions, or to produce a document containing such information, except to confirm its confidential nature.
Nothing contained in a risk management record, including the conclusions with reasons and any related recommendations, may be construed as a declaration, recognition or extrajudicial admission of professional, administrative or other misconduct capable of establishing the civil liability of a party in a judicial proceeding.
2002, c. 71, s. 9; 2005, c. 32, s. 226.