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Sample Handbook Text – Supervisors Role in Accident Investigation Process

Sample Handbook Text – Supervisors Role in Accident Investigation Process

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Accident Investigations 101The following is sample text that can be included in your managers’ or supervisors’ manuals, to reinforce their role in the injury reporting process: Each of you has important responsibilities...
Accident Investigations – The Process and Questions

Accident Investigations – The Process and Questions

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Accident Investigations 101Workers’ Compensation Accident Investigations should be conducted with all key personnel who saw the accident happen and the injured employee, if possible. Get everyone’s side...
Accident Investigations – Supervisors Role

Accident Investigations – Supervisors Role

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Accident Investigations 101You must define the roles of supervisors in the notice of injury process: What are your expectations? What do you want the supervisor to do after the accident? When do you want the...
Injury Notification Policy: Part 7 – Managers and Supervisors Responsibility

Injury Notification Policy: Part 7 – Managers and Supervisors Responsibility

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyThe following is sample text that can be included in your managers’ or supervisors’ manuals, to reinforce their role in the injury reporting process: Each of you have important responsibilities...
Injury Notification Policy: Part 6 – Accident Investigations

Injury Notification Policy: Part 6 – Accident Investigations

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyIf you do not conduct a thorough investigation, how will you know how or if the accident really happened, especially when there were no witnesses?  Accident investigation should be conducted...
Injury Notification Policy: Part 5 – Supervisors Role

Injury Notification Policy: Part 5 – Supervisors Role

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyYou must define the roles of supervisors in the notice of injury process: What are your expectations? What do you want the supervisor to do after the accident? When do you want the supervisor...
Injury Notification Policy: Part 4 – Sample Policies

Injury Notification Policy: Part 4 – Sample Policies

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyThe following are samples of text that can be used to relay your injury notification procedure:  All injuries must be reported to Jane in the Human Resources Department immediately. She...
Injury Notification Policy – Part 3: Notification Policy

Injury Notification Policy – Part 3: Notification Policy

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyIdentify the specific people within your organization who are responsible for the injury management process. This policy should define: Who the employee should notify when they are injured. The...
Injury Notification Policy – Part 2: Creating the Internal Notice of Injury Form

Injury Notification Policy – Part 2: Creating the Internal Notice of Injury Form

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyYour “Internal Notice of Injury Form” should have most of the same categories as the DWC-1. In addition, it should have an area for the employee to give the specifics of how the accident...
RTW Policies & Procedures: Injury Notification Policy – Part 1

RTW Policies & Procedures: Injury Notification Policy – Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Injury Notification PolicyAn Injury Notification Policy with specific procedures for completing the “Notice of Injury” form.  The goal of this section is to provide your employees with specific steps that they...
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