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New winter slip and fall hazard awareness materials are available at no cost now. DOWNLOAD NOW »
The "Safety Committee Resource Handbook" is a no-cost publication, offering committees tools, tips and strategies to be in compliance with regulations, while effectively advancing workplace health and safety. DOWNLOAD HANDBOOK NOW »
The workplace injury hotline is available for all work-related injuries. Call the hotline anytime an employee is injured on the job to connect with a registered nurse. He or she will provide self-care instructions or medical referrals as appropriate. The call also serves to begin the workers’ compensation claim process. Members are encouraged to become familiar with the service and promote its use to all supervisors and employees. LEARN MORE NOW »
A series of four streaming videos discuss the 60-day rule, variances, conditional use permits and how to create a defensible record for land use decisions. WATCH VIDEOS NOW »
News and Upcoming Events
Long COVID and ADA: Employees May Be Protected by Act

The Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) have collaborated to develop guidance as to whether individuals suffering from a condition known as long COVID are considered to have a disability entitling them to protection under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which apply to governments and public accommodations, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and Section 1557 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
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2021 Award Winners

MCIT Board Chair Felix Schmiesing announced the recipients of MCIT’s annual awards during the Trust’s 2021 Annual Membership Meeting Dec. 6. Every year MCIT recognizes three counties that excel at preventing and mitigating losses. Winona, Lac qui Parle and Todd counties were recognized.
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Extraterritorial Workers’ Compensation Coverage Frequently Asked Questions

Telecommuting presents challenges for workers’ compensation when the remote location is in a state other than Minnesota. An employee who is injured outside of Minnesota is only covered under the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Act if the Act’s requirements for “extraterritorial application” or “temporary out-of-state employment” are met.
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Apr 06, 2022
Managing the Human Resource 2022
Holiday Inn, St. Cloud
$110 per person for MCIT member organizations
$150 per person for nonmember organizations

Jul 20, 2022
Essentials of Data Practices for Responsible Authorities 2022
MCIT Building (100 Empire Dr., St. Paul, Minn.)
$65 per person for MCIT member organizations
$105 per person for nonmember organizations

Sep 14, 2022
Navigating Key Land Use Issues 2022
Holiday Inn, St. Cloud
$65 per person for MCIT member organizations
$105 per person for nonmember organizations

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