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Summary:

The Division of Labor Statistics and Research must send copies of received injured prisoner reports to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health. The Division of Occupational Safety and Health may use the reports to make recommendations to the Department of Corrections of ways to improve working conditions of state prisoners.

Summary:

A physician who provides treatment to any injured employee must file a report of every occupational injury/illness with the employer or the employer's insurer. The employee must fill out the portion of the form describing how the injury/illness occurred. The employer or insurer must file the physician's report with the Department of Industrial Relations and include the employee's social security number. If the treatment is for actual or suspected pesticide poisoning, the physician must file a report with the Division of Labor Statistics and Research and with the local health officer.

Summary:

Every employer must file a report with the Department of Industrial Relations of every occupational injury or illness that results in lost time beyond the date of the injury or that requires medical treatment beyond first aid. The reports must the employee's social security number. Insured employers must file with the insurer within five days of learning about the injury. A self-insured employer, the state, or the insurer of an insured employer file within the time prescribed by the administrative director. The administrative director must ensure that the report contains necessary information to continue to be acceptable as substitute documentation for purposes of recordkeeping required under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. [NB: this version of the statute is only effective upon the adoption of regulations by the administrative director, and as of July 2010, this had not occurred.]

Summary:

The Department of Corrections along with every physician or surgeon attending to an injured state prisoner must file a report with the Division of Labor Statistics and Research of every injury resulting from labor performed, unless such injury does not last through the day or does not require more than first aid treatment. If the injury results in death, the Department of Corrections must report it to the Division.

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