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Job Modification Assistance Application

For use by an vocational counselor, employer, etc. to request modification for the injured workers job. This may involve tools and equipment that is purchased through L&I.


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Provider Network Agreement
The provider network agreement for participation in the health care provider network for injured workers covered by Washington State Fund and self-insured employers.

Quick Reference Card for Providers

Flyer or small poster for administrative staff for health-care and vocational providers: lists the most frequently used procedure codes and fees. The back highlights the most popular or frequently used web pages for providers and their staff. Provides tips for speeding up authorizations and for billing self-insured employers.

Individual Retrospective Rating Plan Agreement
Used by employers to set up an agreement between them and L&I authorizing their participation in retrospective rating.

Is Retrospective Rating Right for You?
Pamphlet: Provides information about L&I's Retrospective Rating Program. In Retro, employers can earn a partial refund of workers' compensation premiums if they reduce workplace injuries and lower associated claim costs.

Application for Group Membership & Authorization for Release of Insurance Data
Used by employers who want to join a retrospective rating group; also, to authorize Labor & Industries to release the employers' insurance data to the retrospective rating group they want to join.

Retrospective Rating Adjustment Protest

Used by employers to present L&I with a list of decisions they are protesting by adjustment period. The form requests all necessary elements needed for L&I to process a request for reconsideration.

Business and Industry Category Guide

Manual: Provides assistance to retro groups in determining if a prospective employer qualifies for their retrospective rating group program.

Protesting Retro Adjustments

Fact sheet: Provides important information to employers and Retro groups about the process the department follows when considering an adjustment protest.

Employer's Job Description

Used by employer of record to prepare a written job description for a light-duty job, transitional, modified duty job, or alternative job when an injured worker is unable to work due to an industrial injury or occupational disease. The form includes a description of the job tasks, machinery, tools, equipment and personal protective equipment used, and the physical demands of the job. After completing the employer's job description form, the employer gives it to the injured worker's doctor for review and approval.

Industrial Insurance Discrimination Complaint

Employees who believe they have been discriminated against by their employer use this form to file a complaint.


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Claim Suppression Complaint

An injured worker may submit this form if their employer has suppressed their right to file an injury claim.


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Workers' Comp Fraud Hurts YOU
Pamphlet: Explains the impacts of workers' comp fraud and L&I's efforts to prevent and find fraud by workers, employers, contractors, and medical providers.

Intent to Hire Preferred Worker
Used by employers when hiring a preferred worker. This form must be received within 60 days of the hiring and the Preferred Worker Employer's Job Description (F280-022-000) form must be attached.

Intent to Hire Preferred Worker with Developmental Disabilities
Used by employers rehiring developmentally disabled workers after an industrial injury. This form requests preferred worker status and shows the physical demands of the work to be performed by the worker. The Preferred Worker Employer's Job Description (F280-022-000) should be attached.

Preferred Worker Program

Pamphlet/booklet: Describes the Preferred Worker Program and the benefits employers receive when hiring a preferred workers. Iin general, these are workers whose work-related injury or occupational disease prevents them from returning to their old job.


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Preferred Worker Employers Job Decsription
Used by the employer to describe the job for the preferred worker. This form is reviewed by a vocational services consultant to ensure that the offered job is consistent with the worker's medical restrictions.

Are You an Employer Who Can Provide On-the-Job Training?
Fact sheet: Explains how employers play an important role in helping injured or ill workers return to meaningful employment and a productive life by offering on-the-job training opportunities.


Employer's Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule  

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).


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Workers' Guide to Hazardous Chemicals / Guía para los trabajadores sobre productos químicos peligrosos (English/español)

Brochure: Explains workers' rights under Washington's Hazard Communication rule but does not fulfill an employer's legal obligation to provide information and training to employees.

Includes information for workers about working safety around hazardous chemicals and understanding warning labels.

Folleto: Explica los derechos de los trabajadores bajo la ley de comunicación de riesgos químicos en el estado de Washington pero no satisface la obligación legal del empleador para proporcionar información y capacitación para los empleados.

Incluye información para los trabajadores sobre la seguridad al trabajar donde se usan químicos peligrosos y entender las etiquetas de advertencia.

Working Safely with Asbestos in Brake and Clutch Linings

Pamphlet/booklet: Reviews the health hazards of asbestos exposure, use of asbestos in brake and clutch linings, employer's responsibilities, how employees can protect themselves, employee rights, and where to get help with waste management.

Cholinesterase Monitoring Reimbursement Request

Employers use this form to request reimbursement for the reasonable costs of training, travel, recordkeeping, and medical expenses for Cholinesterase Monitoring.

Safety Standards for Fire Fighters WAC 296-305

The rules of this chapter shall apply with respect to any and all activities, operations and equipment of employers and employees involved in providing fire protection services, fire fighters and their work places, including the fire combat scene.

Firefighters are rescuers extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, like collapsed or burning buildings.

Recordkeeping and Reporting - WAC 296-27

These WAC and RCW rules explain the record keepkeeping responsibilities of businesses such as medical providers, employers who handle biohazards, etc.

Safety Standards for Administrative Rules WAC 296-900

Administrative Rules and the DOSH Administrative Manual affords employers the right to administrative and judicial review of alleged violations, initial penalties and abatement periods.

Variance Application - Industrial Safety and Health

Use this form to apply for a variance for an allowed deviation from a specific safety or health standard when an employer substitutes measures which afford an equal degree of safety.

Job Safety and Health Law / Ley de Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo (English/español)

UPDATED Oct. 2, 2015: A new Job Safety and Health poster is being sent to every employer and work location in the state of Washington. Posters will arrive in the mail in late October and early November. Please watch for your poster in the mail. This required poster describes important parts of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act, which provides for job safety and health of Washington employees. Note: Employers in Washington State must display this poster where workers can see it. The 22” X 17” poster includes both English and Spanish.

You may also print copies on 11” X 17” paper. Get poster printing tips.

ACTUALIZADO el 2 de octubre de 2015: Se está enviando un nuevo cartel de Seguridad y Salud en el trabajo a cada empleador y local de trabajo en el estado de  Washington.  Los carteles llegarán en el correo a finales de octubre y principios de noviembre.  Por favor espere su cartel en el correo postal.  Este cartel obligatorio describe partes importantes de la Ley de Seguridad y Salud Industrial de  Washington, la cual proporciona seguridad y salud en el trabajo para los trabajadores. Aviso: Los empleadores en el estado de Washington deben colocar este cartel donde los trabajadores puedan verlo.  El cartel de 22” X 17” está en inglés y en español.

También puede imprimir copias en papel tamaño 11” X 17”. Obtenga consejos para imprimir los carteles.

A Guide to Workplace Safety and Health in Washington State

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides an overview of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA), worker and employer rights and responsibilities, enforcement of WISHA rules, and consultation and education services L&I provides. Previously titled A Guide to WISHA


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Logging Emergency Medical Plan (Logging Safety and Health Meetings)

Use this two part form for employers to record work locations and emergency rescue info and for holding safety meetings for each new jobsite

Forklift Safety Guide

Booklet: Contains general information about common forklifts and powered-industrial trucks, lifting and moving heavy loads safely, operator training, safety rules, carbon monoxide and service and maintenance. Included are many illustrations to help employers and workers understand the requirements.

This guide does not replace any of the requirements in the actual regulations and should only used as a companion to the actual regulations.

Competent Person Evaluation - Fall Restraint & Fall Arrest

The employer uses this checklist to determine the person they have designated as a competent person is competent within the description and intent of the fall restraint and fall arrest standard.

Competent Person Evaluation - Excavation & Trenching

The employer uses this checklist to determine the person they have designated as a competent person is competent within the description and intent of the excavation and trenching standards.

Forklift Safety: Training requirements and helpful tips

Fact sheet: Provides answers to the most-often asked questions about forklift training. Includes a checklist that employer may use to document that employees have been trained and/or evaluated in the required topics.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Guide
Book: This guide helps employers comply with the WISHA Personal Protective Equipment rules. It covers general personal protective equipment and PPE requirements used to protect the head, eyes and face, hand and arm, foot and leg, and body (torso) in most work environments.

Fall Protection: Responding to Emergencies
Book: This guide is for employers and for employees who work from exposed, elevated surfaces. It covers the following: what to do to prevent fall-related emergencies and how to respond promptly if a fall-related emergency occurs. Includes illustrations of aided-rescue equipment systems.

Keep Your Employees Safe and Working

Pamphlet/booklet: Describes the benefits of free employer consultations offered by L&I's Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH). These services include on-site safety and/or industrial hygiene consultations, ergonomics assistance and risk management advice.


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A Safe and Healthy Workplace Begins with You
Pamphlet: Provides an overview of employers' responsibilities for workplace safety and health in Washington State. Covers free L&I services, including workplace consultations, online training and prevention resources and required posters. Intended for new businesses or businesses hiring employees for the first time.

Nail Gun Safety: A Guide for Construction Contractors

Booklet: Gives information needed to prevent nail gun injuries for construction employers.

Ergonomics Consultation: Free, Confidential, Powerful Impact on Your Bottom Line

Pamphlet: Provides information to employers interested in a free ergonomics consultation for their business. Explains the importance of workplace ergonomics and how L&I can help to assess injury-causing tasks, and help develop an ergonomics program.

Q&A: Stay of Abatement Date

Fact sheet: Explains how an employer requests a "stay of abatement date." Effective July 1, 2012, an employer must fix a hazard cited in a workplace inspection during appeal unless he or she has requested and been granted a stay of abatement date.

Employee Misconduct: Information for Employers

Fact Sheet: This publication is intended to help employers understand how the Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) and Employment Security Department (ESD) take employee misconduct into account when making decisions about workplace safety and health violations or unemployment benefits.

L&I: Terry Walley
360-902-4758, Terry.Walley@Lni.wa.gov
ESD: Unemployment Benefits Employer Hotline

Agriculture Safety and Health Pocket Guide

This durable, compact pocket guide is an easy reference guide to safety and health hazards and accident prevention practices for many aspects of agricultural work. It is intended for use in the field by workers and employers in the state of Washington to help them work safely and be in compliance with state regulations.

This guide does not replace any of the requirements in the actual regulations and should only used as a companion to the actual regulations.

Application for Copies of Citation and Notice

Used by an employee to apply for copies of citation and notices issued to their employer.

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.

Parent / School Authorization for Employment of a Minor and Special Variance

For legal guardians and school officials to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer. The Special Variance allows additional hours of work for 16- and 17-year-olds and is described on the form. All parties must sign to approve the hours of work for a minor regardless of the number of hours listed. This is NOT a work permit. Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Master Business License where they employ workers under 18.

For hiring youth only during non-school weeks, you may use form F700-168-000 Parent Authorization Summer Work  

Record Keeping Provisions - Employment Standards

This form is for employers to use to keep records on every employee.

Teens at Work: Facts for Employers, Parents and Teens

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers questions employers, parents and teens may have about employing teen workers (ages 14-17). Explains non-agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions. Provides links to other resources.


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Wage Transcription and Computation Sheet

Employer uses this to show time worked and wages earned for an employee.

Employer Rights - Wages Paid

Covers penalties for employer wage violations. Once stock runs out in warehouse, this form will be internet only.

Payment of Wages - RCW 49.48.010 and 49.52.050

This is a copy of the law that pretains to the payment of wages to an employee when they stop working for an employer. The wages due to the employee for the pay period worked prior to leaving.

Your Rights as a Worker in Washington State/ Sus derechos como trabajador en el estado de Washington (English/español)

Required poster: Reviews workers' rights under Washington's wage-and-hour laws. Topics include minimum wage, overtime, meal and rest breaks, pay periods, deductions, and employment of teens under age 18. Also reviews family leave provisions under federal and state law, and leave for spouses of deploying military personnel and victims of domestic violence. Note: Employers in both agricultural and non-agricultural industries in Washington State must display this poster where workers can see it.

Please order from L&I or print on 11" x 17" paper.

Get poster printing tips.

Cartel requerido: Da un resumen de los derechos de los trabajadores bajo las leyes de salario y horas de Washington.  Los temas incluyen el salario mínimo, horas extras, comida y períodos de descanso, deducciones y empleo de adolescentes menores de 18 años de edad.  También cubre las disposiciones de ausencia familiar bajo la ley federal y estatal y la ausencia para los cónyuges del personal militar y las víctimas de violencia doméstica.  Aviso:  Los empleadores tanto en la industria de la agricultura y otros sectores en el estado de Washington deben colocar este cartel donde los trabajadores puedan verlo.

Por favor solicítelo de L&I o imprímalo en papel de tamaño 11x17 pulgadas.

Obtenga consejos para imprimir carteles. 




Variance Application - For exceptions from specific rules governing employment of minors.

Employer uses this application for requesting a variance to employment regulations for minors.

Variance Application - Employment Standards

Employer application request for a variance from employment standards for non minor employees.

Young Workers in Agriculture / Trabajadores jóvenes en la agricultura (English/español)

Pamphlet/booklet: Answers many questions employers and minor workers have about employing minors. Covers agriculture work rules, including the necessary permits, hours and work conditions for workers 12-17 years of age.

Folleto:  Contesta muchas de las preguntas que tienen los empleadores y los trabajadores menores de edad sobre el empleo de menores.  Cubre las leyes de trabajo en la agricultura, incluyendo los permisos necesarios, horas y condiciones de trabajo para los trabajadores de 12-17 años de edad.

Washington State Deduction Laws

Deductions for current & terminated employees and employer liability for paying less than required.

Farm Labor Contractor Complaint Form

Used to file a complaint against a Farm Labor Contractor, landowner, employer, or other where a possible infraction is concerned.


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Employing Children Under Age 14 in Non-Agricultural Jobs

Fact sheet: Explains when employers can and cannot employ minors under age 14 in non-agricultural jobs. Details the process for obtaining court permission when hiring minors under 14 is allowed.

Employer Petition to The Court for Minor Work Permit Under Age 14

Petition to The Court for Minor Work Permit Under Age 14 by Employer.

Court Form Granting Permission for Employment of Minors

Form from Court Granting Permission for Employment of Minors to the employer.

Application for Certificate to Employ at a Subminimum Wage Rate

Employer Application for Special Certificate to Employ at A Subminimum Wage Rate.

Application for House to House Sales Sales Employer Registration Certificiate

Used by employers to register as employing minors who will be engaged in house-to-house sales, as required by WAC 296-125-024, with Labor and Industries.

Application for Special Certificate to Employ A Vocationally Handicapped Worker at at Subprevailing Wage Rate

Employer Application for Special Certificate to Employ A Vocationally Handicapped Worker at at Subprevailing

Agricultural Employer Worksheet

Used by agricultural employers to assist them in determining if they are following the state Agricultural Employment Standards and the Minimum Wage Act for their employees.

Congratulations! You've been approved to hire minors
Card: Reminds employers of special work rules for employees under age 18. Lists key points and provides a Web address for where to find more detailed information. Sent to all employers who obtain a minor work permit endorsement on the master business license.

Safety Steps for Supervisors and Employees in Restaurants
Fact Sheet: A useful summary of the responsibilities both employers and employees share for a safe workplace. This can be shared with new employees during their initial orientation.

Youth in Construction / Adolescentes en construcción  (English/español)

Booklet/pamphlet: Explains the limits on work teens under age 18 can perform in the construction industry, discusses the importance of training and emphasizes safety. Includes a checklist of "do's" and "don'ts" for employers, plus other resources.

Pamfleto:  Explica los límites en los trabajos que los adolescentes menores de 18 años de edad pueden desempeñar en la industria de la construcción, discute la importancia de la capacitación y enfatiza la seguridad.  Incluye una lista para empleadores de lo que los adolescentes pueden y no pueden hacer además de otros recursos.

Wage-and-Hour Questions Employers Often Ask

Fact sheet: Provides answers to questions related to pay requirements, deductions from pay, hiring a teen worker, employee uniforms and access to personnel file. Includes contact information if an employer needs assistance with a specific situation.

Avoid Liability for Your Farm Labor Contractor's Unpaid Debits / Evite su obligación por las deudas no pagadas de su contratista de trabajadores agrícolas (English/español)

Fact sheet: Explains how employers could be liable for unpaid workers' compensation premiums, unpaid wages, damages and civil penalties when hiring a farm labor contractor. Outlines ways to protect against potential liability.

Hoja de información:  Explica cómo los empleadores pueden ser responsables por las primas de compensación para los trabajadores, salarios no pagados, daños y multas civiles al contratar un contratista agrícola.  Indica maneras para protegerse contra una posible responsabilidad.


Student Learner Variance Application

Employer uses this application form for requesting a variance to employment regulations for minors enrolled in a work-based learning placement. It can be used for individual or multiple minors for the same employer.

Parent Authorization Summer Work

This form is for summer employment of minors, only, and is for parents or legal guardians to approve the hours and work activities for a minor employee to work according to terms listed by the employer.  All parties must sign to approve the work schedule and duties for a minor prior to permitting them to work.  This is NOT a work permit.  Employers must obtain a minor work permit endorsement on their Business License where they employ workers under 18.

Poster - An Unprotected Trench is an Early Grave

Poster: Trench safety information for employers. Features tips to prevent cave-ins, and proper inspection proceedures. Get poster printing tips.

Put this Guard Back - 8.5 x 3.5 inches

This sticker is for employers to place on their equipment to inform workers that if they must remove the guard for service or maintenance to be sure to put it back immediately.


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Request for Recognition of Apprenticeship Committee

Used to establish a new apprenticeship committee and list it's employer/employee representatives.

Approved Training Agent

Used to allow an employer to train apprentices as part of a Registered Apprenticeship program.

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.


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Employer's Return-to-Work Guide

Pamphlet/booklet: Explains the benefits of 'return to work' from the employer's perspective, describes RTW options, and provides resource and contact information.

Vocational Training Plan Ownership Agreement for Tools and Equipment

Injured worker agrees to the ownership terms of the tools and/or equipment purchased as part of their training plan by L&I.


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Prevailing Wage Complaint and Instructions

Ask L&I to conduct an investigation into a prevailing wage violation that affects one or more employees. See box 30 on the form to see what types of complaints are covered.


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Instrucciones para el registro de una queja sobre salario prevaleciente

Pídale a L&I que haga una investigación de un asunto relacionado con el salario prevaleciente que afecte a uno o más empleados.


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Formulario de queja en contra de un contratista de trabajores agrícolas

Usado para presentar una queja contra un contratista agrícola,  hacendado, empleador u otro en lo que se refiere a una infracción.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Job Modifications
Fact sheet: Answers questions employers, workers and doctors may have about job modifications, including when to request a job-modification consultant and who pays for the costs involved.

Una guía de seguridad y salud del lugar de trabajo en el estado de Washington

Folleto: Provee un resumen de la Ley de Seguridad y Salud Industrial de Washington (WISHA, por su sigla en inglés), derechos y responsabilidades del trabajador y del empleador, cumplimiento de las leyes de WISHA y los servicios de consultoría y educación que L&I proporciona. El título anterior era, Una guía de WISHA.


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Self-Insurance Electronic Data Reporting System (SIEDRS) Enrollment Form
Used by self-insured employers and third party administrators to enroll for participation in the Self Insurance Electronic Data Reporting System (SIEDRS). F207-197-000 is SIEDRS (Self-Insurance Electronic Data Reporting System) Data Change Request.

Small Business Liaison Info Card

Introduces L&I's Small Business Liaison and the services provided, along with information on subscribing to the e-newsletter, L&I News for Small Business.

Instructions for completing the Workers' Compensation Employer's Quarterly Report

Instructions for completing the Workers' Compensation Employer's Quarterly Report. A sample of the form F212-055-000 is also available on the internet.

Complete Stay at Work Guide for Employers, The

Booklet: Explains Stay at Work, a financial incentive program that encourages Washington employers to find light-duty or transitional jobs for workers recovering from on-the-job injuries. Provides information on reimbursements, what is covered and how to apply. Detailed Q&A section included.

An Employer's Intro to L&I

Info card: Provides information on the Employer's Intro to L&I workshop, including statewide schedule of workshops. Designed for employers and managers, the workshop covers a number of topics, including workers' compensation insurance, workplace safety, and overtime.


Permanezca en el Trabajo: Una Solución Factible  

Folleto: Proporciona un resumen del programa Permanezca en el Trabajo, un programa con un incentivo económico que anima a los empleadores del estado de Washington a encontrar trabajos livianos o de transición para trabajadores que se están recuperando de lesiones ocurridas en el trabajo. Incluye información sobre los requisitos que deben reunir, cómo hacer una solicitud y donde pueden obtener más información.


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Safety and Health Discrimination in the Workplace

Brochure: Employees have the right to report concerns about safety and health in their workplace. This brochure describes "protected activities" under the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA) and explains what an employee should do if he/she has been punished or fired for exercising these rights.


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On-the-Job Training
Postcard: For employers; summarizes the benefits of providing on-the-job training to an injured worker. The other side is for injured workers who want to return to work; explains how on-the-job training can help them. Includes website address and contact information.

Your Premium Dollars at Work (2013)

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides information about the programs and services financed with workers' compensation premium dollars, along with statistics such as number of claims, demographics of claims and the most frequent types of injuries during FY2013 (year ending June 30, 2013). Includes narrative about workers' compensation reforms.

Statement for Miscellaneous Services

This bill form is used by providers and injured workers to bill the department for services such as dental care; glasses; medical equipment; nursing home services; interpreter services; services workers pay for out of pocket; and other services. Information on how to bill the department can be found in the General Provider Billing Manual [F248-100-000].



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Your Premium Dollars at Work (2014)

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides information about the programs and services financed with workers' compensation premium dollars, along with statistics such as number of claims, demographics of claims and the most frequent types of injuries during FY2014 (year ending June 30, 2014). Includes narrative about workers' compensation reforms.

Stay at Work Exam Room Card

Laminated Exam Room Card: gives medical providers talking points to share with injured workers about following prescribed light-duty and informs them about the benefits of the Stay at Work Program. 

Declaración para servicios misceláneos

Formulario:  Es utilizado por proveedores y trabajadores lesionados para cobrarle al Departamento por servicios tales como, cuidado dental; lentes; cuidado de enfermería en el hogar; equipo médico, servicios de intérprete; servicios que los trabajadores pagan por su cuenta y otros servicios.


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Your Premium Dollars at Work (2015)

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides information about the programs and services financed with workers' compensation premium dollars, along with statistics such as number of claims, demographics of claims and the most frequent types of injuries during FY2015 (year ending June 30, 2015). Includes narrative about workers' compensation reforms.

Statement for Crime Victim Miscellaneous Services

Used by the provider or supplier for reimbursement of the following services - dental, glasses, home health, nursing home serivces, medical equipment, prosthetics-orthotics, transportation, vocational, retraining and other.


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