Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission Poster Required
The Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission is a workers compensation law poster by the Connecticut Department Of Labor. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Connecticut, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.
This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it and MUST be in the type of not less than ten-point bold-face or the employer will be subject to a statutory penalty. This form describes what qualifies workers for compensation and how to go about getting compensation. Within this act shows a form for the insurance company or self-insurance administrator the employee may refer to and where an employee can file a compensation claim.
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NOTICE State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission The Workers’ Compensation Act (Connecticut General Statutes Chapter 568) requires your employer, to provide benefits to you in case of injury or occupational disease in the course of employment. Section 31-294b of the Workers’ Compensation Act states “Any employee who has sustained an injury in the course of his employment shall immediately report the injury to his employer, or some person representing his employer. If the employee fails to report the injury immediately, the commissioner may reduce the award of compensation proportionately to any prejudice that he finds the employer has sustained by reason of the failure, provided the burden of proof with respect to such prejudice shall rest upon the employer.” An injury report by the employee is NOT an official written notice of claim for workers’ compensation benefits; the Workers’ Compensation Commission’s Form 30C is necessary to satisfy this requirement. NOTE: You must comply with P. A. 17-141 (see next box, below) when filing a compensation claim. The INSURANCE COMPANY or SELF-INSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR is: Name Address Telephone City/Town State Zip Code Approved Medical Care Plan Yes No The State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission office for this workplace is located at: Address Telephone City/Town State Zip Code Public Act 17-141 allows an employer the option to designate and post – “in the workplace location where other labor law posters required by the Labor Department are prominently displayed” and on the Workers’ Compensation Commission’s website [wcc.state.ct.us] – a location where employees must file claims for compensation. If your employer has listed a location below, you MUST file your compensation claim there. When filing your claim, you are also required – by law – to send it by certified mail. If blank below, ask your employer where to file your claim. Employer Name Address Telephone City/Town State Zip Code TO EMPLOYEES THIS NOTICE MUST BE IN TYPE OF NOT LESS THAN TEN POINT BOLD-FACE AND POSTED IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE IN EACH PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT. FAILURE TO POST THIS NOTICE WILL SUBJECT THE EMLOYER TO STATUTORY PENALTY (Section 31-279 C.G.S.). Date Posted: Any questions as to your rights under the law or the obligations of the employer or insurance company should be addressed to the employer, the insurance company, or the Workers’ Compensation Commission (1-800-223-9675). Revised 10-01-2017
Other Connecticut Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS
There are an additional eight optional and mandatory Connecticut labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
|Poster Name||Poster Type|
|Mandatory Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission||Workers Compensation Law|
|Mandatory Electronic Monitoring Poster||Surveillance Law|
|Mandatory Connecticut OHA Managed Care Poster||General Labor Law Poster|
|Mandatory Sexual Harassment is Illegal Poster||General Labor Law Poster|
|Mandatory Discrimination is Illegal (Spanish)||General Labor Law Poster|
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