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Application for Exclusion/Inclusion - Mandatory Coverage (Family Farm)

To exclude or include coverage for a family farm's children.



Form
F213-113-000


 
Cancellation of Elective Coverage - Sole Proprietors/Partner, Member of Limited Liability Company (LLC), Member of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or For-Profit Corporate Officers

Used by an employer to cancel workers' compensation coverage for Sole Proprietors/Partner, Member of Limited Liability Company (LLC), Member of Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or For-Profit Corporate Officers.



Form
F213-004-000


 
Cancellation of Elective Coverage for Excluded Employments

Used by employers to get the categories of employment that are not considered mandatory to have workers' compensation. If they had elected to have coverage this form is used to cancel previously elected coverage of workers' compensation.



Form
F213-005-000


 
Certificate of Coverage - SAMPLE ONLY

Sample of what the Certificate of Coverage looks like. You must order the form, you cannot download it off the internet.



Form
F211-141-000



Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Construction Contractor's Application for Workers' Compensation Account with No Workers or Hours

Used by employers with no employees or worker hours to report but need an open account for contract bidding process.



Form
F625-077-000


 
Coverage Agreement

An agreement between a worker and employer which states the worker's employment is principally localized in Washington state or another state.



Form
F212-044-000


 
Employers’ Guide to Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Washington State

Book: Explains the Washington State's workers' compensation program. Suggests ways to protect workers' safety and health and describes L&I programs to help employers control premium costs.



Publication
F101-002-000


 
Maritime Coverage

Used by the employer as a quick reference guide to explain which maritime jobs may or may not be covered by L&I.



Form
F212-034-000


 
Maritime Coverage

Used by the employer as a quick reference guide to explain which maritime jobs may or may not be covered by L&I.



Publication
F212-034-000


 
Sports Teams Coverage Agreement

Used by a sports team or league covering their Washington players through an out-of-state workers' compensation insurance carrier to confirm compliance with RCW 51.12.120 and WAC 296-17-32503.



Form
F212-196-000


 
Student Volunteers and Workers' Compensation Coverage

Fact sheet: Covers availability, limitations and cost of Washington State's optional workers' compensation coverage for student volunteers.



Publication
F213-023-000


 
Temporary Services Guide to Workers' Compensation Insurance

Used by L&I to assign industrial insurance classifications for workers of temporary help agencies. The first file is a PDF of the Temporary Services Guide to Workers' Compensation Insurance. The second file is a 2003 Excel file. This file is a cross match of non temporary help classifications and the temporary help risk classification associated with that risk class. The third file is a 2003 Excel file. This is a reverse look up for temporary help risk classification and the non temporary classes associated with a temporary help class. File contains an instructions worksheet for the reverse look up worksheet.



Manual
F213-019-000


 
Your Workers' Compensation Rate Notice - SAMPLE ONLY

Form used to compute Your Workers' Compensation premiums. Page 2 has rate notice definitions. Sample only.



Form
F225-004-000


 
Audit Reference Card
Quick reference card: Answers questions employers may have about audits L&I conducts to verify the that workers' hours have been reported correctly and workers' compensation premiums have been calculated accurately.

Publication
F214-020-000


 
Certificado de Cobertura - Ejemplo
Sample of what the Certificate of Coverage looks like. You must order the form, you cannot download it off the internet.

Form
F211-141-999



Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Computing Worker Hours

Quick reference card: Shows employers how to figure workers' compensation premiums for different types of employees: hourly employees, salaried employees, commissioned personnel or employees paid for piecework. This information is part of the publication, Workers’ Compensation Record Keeping and Report Guides.



Publication
F214-014-000


 
Excluded and Exempt Employments

Quick reference card: Provides a list of employments excluded from workers' compensation coverage, including those eligible for optional coverage. This information is part of the publication, Workers’ Compensation Record Keeping and Report Guides.



Publication
F214-013-000


 
Independent Contractors

Quick reference card: Provides information to help determine whether a "subcontractor" working for you meets the legal requirements to be an independent contractor, or whether he/she is actually a covered worker for workers' compensation (industrial insurance) purposes. This information is part of the publication, Workers’ Compensation Record Keeping and Report Guides.



Publication
F214-012-000


 
Limited Liability Companies (LLC)

Quick reference card: Reviews the requirements for members or managers of limited liability companies to be exempt from workers' compensation (industrial insurance) coverage. This information is part of the publication, Workers’ Compensation Record Keeping and Report Guides.



Publication
F214-021-000


 
Record Keeping

Quick reference card: Identifies the type of records employers, including construction contractors, need to keep to allow L&I to compute premiums. This information is part of the publication, Workers’ Compensation Record Keeping and Report Guides.



Publication
F214-011-000


 





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