Join Juan Cajandig, PRISM Senior Risk Control Specialist, CSP, CFPS, MAS, ARM for Workers’ Compensation for Supervisors
Zoom sign on Credentials will be sent following registration.
The course consists of:
- 1 Zoom guided discussion; 1:30 minutes
- Homework assignment
- End-of-course exam
- The homework assignment must be completed and turned in to the instructor.
- The homework assignment must meet the standards outlined in the course learning objectives.
- The homework assignment must be evaluated and accepted by the instructor before students are eligible to take the end-of-course exam.
- Students must achieve a passing score of 80% or higher on the end-of-course exam.
- Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate of completion.
- Students who successfully complete all 5 SCMT courses are eligible to take the final Certification Exam. The Certification Exam is a comprehensive exam that measures the students’ knowledge of the learning objectives from all five courses.
Who can attend?
- Employees who are interested in becoming a safety professional
- Department Heads
- Senior Management
- County CEOs and City Managers
- Risk Managers
- Safety Officers
Guided discussion learning objectives:
- Discuss why we have Workers’ Compensation in California
- Explain the “Exclusive Remedy” in Worker’s Compensation
- Explain how the costs of Workers’ Compensation affect the mission and the employees of public entities
- Explain the five Workers’ Compensation benefits
- Explain the employer’s administrative requirements when an employee files a Workers’ Compensation claim
- Explain the employer’s medical controls and how they affect Workers’ Compensation costs
- Explain key factors in managing a Workers’ Compensation claim
- Explain Maximum Medical Improvement
- Explain Supplemental Job Displacement Benefits
- Explain the benefits of a Return to Work Program and how to implement it
- Explain and apply claim management guide lines to non-litigated Workers’ Compensation claims
- Review the benefits of effective claims management
- Contact their Risk Manager.
- Request a 1-3 year Workers’ Compensation Loss Run Report for their organization where they work, e.g., Public Works, Facilities, Human Resources, Health and Human Services, Administration, General Services, Sheriff/Police, Fire, Transportation, etc.
- Tell the Risk Manager the information will be used for the purpose of loss analysis and prevention.
- Exclude employee personal information such as name, social security number, and claim number.
- Bring the Loss Run Report to class for the SMCT course, “Safety Management: What is it?”
- The end-of-course exam measures the students’ knowledge of the course learning objectives.
- The exam consists of 20 true/false questions.
Need More Info or Help?
We hope you can join us, feel free to contact Doug McGill for more details.