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Safety & Health (S&H) offers a grant for developing and implementing new ideas that prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities.
Centers of Occupational Health and Education (COHEs) work with medical providers, employers, and injured workers in a community-based program. COHEs improve injured worker outcomes and reduce disability by training providers and coordinating cases.
Medical Provider Network
Labor and Industries established a statewide network for providers who treat injured workers. The network is part of legislation passed in 2011. Injured workers employed by both State Fund and Self-Insured employers are served by the network.
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To be eligible for structured settlement injured workers have to be 50 years old or older, and have an accepted L&I claim that's at least 180 days old.
About the Study
The Washington State Janitorial Workload study is a new four-year research project in the Safety and Health Assessment and Research for Prevention (SHARP) program, to identify risk factors that put janitors in Washington State at high risk for work-related injuries. This study includes a multi-disciplinary team of researchers.
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Project Help Bilingual
Our office now provides bilingual services.
Spanish speaking individuals in need of assistance may now contact Jessica Gallardo for help.
Contact our office for more information.
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Training and Educational Opportunities
Looking for a workshop, presentation or seminar for your group.
Wanting to learn about basic rights and responsibilities regarding the State of Washington workers' compensation.
Now is your chance to get your next training session on the Director's Calendar
Call our office for arrangements.