Stay at Work Program (L&I), Understanding your Experience Rate, OSHA 300 recordkeeping

Date: December 14, 2011

Stay at Work is a new L&I program that encourages employers to bring their injured workers quickly and safely back to light-duty, transitional jobs by helping to cover their initial costs.

If eligible, employers can be reimbursed for up to 50% of the injured worker's wage, and for the cost of instruction, tools and clothing the worker needs to do the transitional job.

Meet and hear Bill Smith, manager of the Stay at Work Program explain and answer questions about how they can help you get your injured workers back to work sooner (and pay you back for your efforts).

Learn to understand your L&I Experience Rate .

Your actions in effectively dealing with your company’s workman’s comp claims directly effect the premium your company pays to L&I.

More importantly your EMR can have a direct impact on your ability to even bid on certain work.

OSHA 300 recordkeeping.
Learn from our own OSHA compliance representative Adam Gerson

“What’s Recordable, and What’s Not”
for your OSHA 300 form that will need to be posted at the end of January 2012.



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"The Safety Summit is a wonderful example of what can be achieved when employers, labor, and government work cooperatively to attain a common goal - in this case, the reduction of deaths and serious job-related injuries."

Richard Terrill
OSHA Region X