Understanding Workers' Compensation in Counties

September 16, 2020

Webinar

It is Monday morning and you are notified an employee in another department was injured two weeks ago. What form is due? When? How can you ensure you are timely and compliant with the workers' compensation law and make sure you are taking care of your injured workers?

This overview webinar will focus on how to report claims, how to follow-up work status and wage reporting, and most importantly, how to bring employees safely back into the workplace. In this webinar, learn best practices as well as general law surrounding workers' compensation and specific county responsibilities.

 This webinar is part of a Core Risk Management Series. For more information about the series, visit our Webinar Series main page.

Understanding Workers' Compensation in Counties
Helana Barmore, TAC Claims Manager
Sept. 16, 10 a.m.

This webinar is part of a series covering risk management basics. This overview will focus on how to report claims, how to follow-up work status and wage reporting, and most importantly, how to bring employees safely back into the workplace. Continuing Education credit is available. Participants must register in advance.

Who Should Attend?

Elected and appointed officials, human resource directors and managers, and department managers or supervisors.

Registration Fees

This webinar is provided free to county officials and staff.

For questions, please contact Lee Bell-Hovland.

Each session is at least one hour in length and continuing education credit is available. In order to receive continuing education credits, participants must register individually. Attendance will be verified.

Type Hours
CPA/Auditors 1.25
Commissioners Pending
County and District Clerks 1.25
PHRs and SPHRs 1.25
Purchasing Agents 1.25
Tax Assessor-Collectors Pending
Treasurers Pending
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