Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation Insurance provides benefits for workers who are injured or suffer an occupational disease as a result of their work.  Oregon State University is insured by SAIF Corporation for Workers' Compensation.  Below you will find specific resources on how to file a Workers' Compensation claim, to include manager/supervisor responsibilities, forms necessary to process a claim, training resources, frequently asked questions and mandatory posting notices.


How to File a Claim

Oregon State University has outlined the procedures to file a Workers' Compensation claim. Both managers/supervisors and employees have responsibilities in the process; understanding your role is critical to the Workers' Compensation claims process.


Specific forms are required throughout the Workers' Compensation claims process.


Several training resources are available internally and externally on Workers' Compensation; these training resources are available for both managers/supervisors and employees.

Mandatory  Posting Notices

Workers’ Compensation Posting Notices are intended to inform employees of their rights as they relate to Workers’ Compensation. 


Workers' Compensation Frequently Asked Questions

The state legislature determines who qualifies for benefits and at what level. For more information regarding Workers' Compensation regulation, visit the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services.