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Education Unit services are provided at no charge and encompass a broad range of health and safety issues, including:

> Train and coordinate with employers and employees to develop health and safety committees
> Provide on-site supervisor training

 


 

Claims Management.  Health and safety are the first steps in cost containment. Prevention is not always 100% effective. If an injury or illness occurs, the Education Unit will assist the employer in proper claims management:

> To implement and assist in the design of various reporting forms and procedures
> To ensure compliance with rules and regulations of the Workers' Compensation Act
> To coordinate workers' compensation claims management for employers
> To plan and present case management workshops on a regular basis
> To plan, promote and present seminars statewide to address pertinent workers' compensation issues
> To participate in discussions of workers' compensation issues with labor and management personnel
> Speak at functions for unions, Chambers of Commerce and professional associations
> Participate in business expositions


  For more information, please contact the Education Unit at (401) 462-8100 option 1, WCEdcUnit@dlt.ri.gov, or fax (401) 462-8129.


 
RI Department of Labor and Training
Workers' Compensation
Center General Complex
1511 Pontiac Avenue, Cranston, RI 02920


Phone: (401) 462-8100
Fax (401) 462-8105
TTY via RI Relay: 711
1/27/14 MDF
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