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Instructor's Report of Accident / Incident

This form must be submitted to L&I's Apprenticeship Section by the Instructor at the time of the incident and the appropriate Apprenticeship Program within 5 days of an accident/incident of an apprentice/trainee during Related Supplemental Instruction (RSI).


Provider's Initial Report (PIR)

Used by medical providers when reporting initial treatment for an industrial injury or occupational disease for a self-insured claim.

Medical providers treating self-insured workers, self-insured businesses, or their third party claims administrators can access this form one of two ways:

  1. Download the Microsoft (MS) Word form and the PDF file with instructions:

           The first file is the PDF instructions.

           The second file is an Office 2003 MSWord document ending in .doc.

           The third file is an Office 2007/2010 version, ending in .docx.

2.  Order paper copies of this form by clicking the “order it” button.


Self-Insurance Report of Occupational Injury or Disease (SIF-5)

Used by only self-insured employers or their representatives to report initial time loss payments or to request interlocutory, wage, overpayment or closure orders.


Self-Insurer Accident Report (SIF-2)

Provided to workers by the self-insured businesses or their third party claims administrators to report an industrial injury or occupational disease. This form is not on the internet. If you are an injured worker, ask your employer for a copy of this form. Self-insured businesses or their third party claims administrators may order copies of this form. Cllick the "order It" button below to order paper copies or request the form in MSWord.



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