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Browse through a collection of more than 100 articles and model forms in the MCIT Resource Library. Use the search tools to the left to narrow in on the appropriate resource.
41 Articles found | Workers' Compensation
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Comments from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) suggest that employers should place an even stronger emphasis on engaging an injured employee in the ADA interactive process to assess whether the employee’s inability to perform his or her job can be reasonably accommodated as soon as the employee sustains a work-related injury as part of the return to work process.
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Steps for correct submission of First Report of Injury forms for work-related injuries or illnesses.
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Discussion of how workers' compensation responds to health claims related to workplace exposures to noise, dust, mold and fumes.
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Explanation of the process when an employee claims a chemical sensitivity to a chemical used in the workplace.
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Explanation of functional capacity evaluation in the workers' compensation process.
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MCIT routinely pursues restitution recoveries when a criminal act results in an injury to an employee. Law enforcement personnel and correctional officers are the employees most frequently injured by criminal acts.
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Common travel situations and the general workers' compensation rules that may apply for employees.
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When a facility has mold present, it is important to ask the right questions from the start to help a person or organization direct resources to identify and address moisture problems.
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Reviews risk exposures, how MCIT coverage applies and offers risk management suggestions for providing an on-site exercise facility to employees.
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Discusses whether injuries sustained during participation in employer-sponsored health and wellness initiatives may trigger workers’ compensation coverage.