Injury Management
Employee injury losses resulting from on-the-job accidents represent a significant risk exposure to employers as well as physical discomfort and loss to an employee. Employers must strive to...

Injury Reporting by the Employee
When an on-the-job accident occurs, whether or not medical treatment is sought, the employee must report it immediately to the supervisor. If medical treatment is necessary, the employee will...

Investigating an Accident
When an accident is investigated, an On-the-job Injury Report Form should be used. Report forms are available in each department from the department or the corporate office of the company. It...

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