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