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Workers' Compensation

What to Do if You Are Injured on The Job

  1. Notify your supervisor immediately. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AT THE NEAREST EMERGENCY FACILITY.
  2. Your supervisor will give you a Workers' Compensation DWC-1 Claim Form. If you would like to visit a Workers' Compensation physician you should complete the "Employee" section of the form, return it to your supervisor, who will complete the "Employer" section of the form. They will give you a signed and dated copy as well as provide one copy to the claims administrator, who is responsible for handling your claim and notifying you about your eligibility for benefits.
  3. If you require medical treatment, you will be referred to Occupational Medicine. The Occupational Medicine provider will become your primary care physician and will provide the necessary and appropriate treatment for your work-related injury. Your primary care physician will direct your care overall and refer to specialists as required. A nurse may be assigned to interact with you, your provider and employer. A map to a Workers' Comp Medical Center Location is available “Click Here”. If you require medical treatment, you should visit a workers' compensation physician on the same day that you are injured, if possible.
  4. After visiting a physician, please submit a copy of your doctor's note to the Human Resources Department. If any follow-up appointments are necessary, doctors' notes from each of those appointments should also be submitted to Human Resources.
  5. If you are on Business-Related Travel or away from your work site when an injury occurs, call your supervisor/manager to report your injury immediately. They will help you in seeking medical attention. In case of emergency seek immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency facility.

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