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Find more information on various issues surrounding ON-THE-JOB INJURY REPORT... SUPERVISOR'S ACCIDENT REPORT
Find more information on various issues surrounding SUPERVISOR'S ACCIDENT REPORT... Directory Of States Agencies And Resources Title I of the ADA and state workers' compensation laws
911 and OSHA
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is providing advice and technical... Black Lung Compensation
For protection and compensation of disabled coal miners, the Black Lung Benefits Act (BLBA) came... Division of Coal Mine Workers' Compensation (DCMWC)
The Division of Coal Mine Workers' Compensation (DCMWC) mission is to adjudicate and process... FECA Procedure Manual
The Federal Employees' Compensation Act Procedure Manual contains a series of chapters... Federal Employees' Compensation Act
The Federal Employees' Compensation Act provides workers' compensation coverage to three... Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act
The Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act and its extensions, administered by the U.... Longshore Judges' Benchbook
The Longshore Judges' Benchbook was first published in 1994. The 2002 Edition is a... Office of Workers' Compensation Programs
The Department of Labor's Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP) administers four... OWCP Mission
The Office of Workers' Compensation Programs administers four major disability... Procedure for Processing Pharmacy Bills
For speedy and rapid processing of pharmacy bills, effective October 26, 2000, the... Subsequent Injuries Fund
When an employee has a previous permanent disability or impairment and sustains a subsequent injury, the employer is not liable for the combined disability, but only for that caused by the...
Workers Compensation Insurance Mod Rate
Experience rating compares a company's workers compensation losses with those of businesses engaged in similar types of work. The comparison results in an experience modification that may increase...
Workers' Compensation Uninsured Employers Fund
When an employee is injured while working for an employer who is unlawfully uninsured, and the employer fails to pay or post a bond to pay the compensation due the employee, the...
Workers’Compensation Private Insurance
Employers may purchase insurance from any of the approximately 300 private insurance companies which are licensed by the Department of Insurance to transact workers' compensation insurance...
Most large, stable employers and most government agencies are self-insured for workers' compensation. To become self-insured, employers must obtain a certificate from the Department of...
Workers’Compensation State Insurance
Employers may also purchase insurance from the State Compensation Insurance Fund, a state operated entity that exists solely to transact workers' compensation insurance on a non-profit basis....
Workers’ Comp Certification Program
The PEO industry needs to take a long-term approach to the Workers’ Comp Certification Program and other insurance issues. Risk sharing is a major component of the PEO concept... Transportation
Most laws with labor provisions regulating the transportation industry are administered by agencies outside the Department of Labor... Advantages and Disadvantages of Worker’s Compensation
In all states, employers with more than several workers are obligated to maintain workers' compensation insurance through a company or be self-insured for the benefit of their employees...
Prohibition Against Firing an Injured Employee
Do not be afraid of reporting an accident or filing a claim in writing. Most states prohibit companies from firing, demoting, or otherwise punishing an employee for filing or pursuing a...
Workers’ Compensation Basics
Each state has enacted its own particular laws with respect to workers' compensation benefits, which provide aid for employees who suffer job-related injuries. Compensation may be available for...
Workers’ Compensation Coverage
Not every on-the-job injury is covered under workers' compensation. State courts seem to be divided on whether an injured employee can recover for horseplay. Many states will not award benefits to...
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