Does Thai law hold rescuers responsible for any further injury that casualties suffer as a result of rescue attempts? I know that in some states of the US, it is illegal to carry out any medical treatment, including first aid, unless you are a licenced medical professional. Would this be designed to get around a similar Thai law?
(I register with Greek Dental Council when working in refugee camps)
However there is usually an expedited pathway for such registrations for humanitarian work if you have a suitable qualification recognised by that government. Not always as straight forward as it sounds.