Chamber Workshop: Workers Compensation 101: Best Practices for Employers When an Injury is Reported
Presented by Jeff Francis, Assistant Administrator, Bureau of Workers Compensation, Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development
FREE To Attend: Register for the Face-to-Face Class; we will send you the web link if you want to attend online via Zoom.
Do you know what to do when an accident happens at your work site? You need to because what you do in the few minutes and days after the accident will greatly impact:
The likelihood of your employee fully recovering
The likelihood of your employee returning to work-anywhere
The cost of the claim
Your bottom line
Join Jeff Francis, Workers' Compensation Claims expert, to learn:
The major statutory requirements of the current Tennessee workers' compensation laws are important for all stakeholders to know.
The latest updates to the Tennessee Workers' Compensation Act, the Bureau Rules or Policies, and the effective date(s) of those updates. Updates include: 1. How long do employees have to report an injury
How long do employees have to report an injury
How to put together a panel of physicians
When should employers report a claim to their insurance carrier
The anticipated impact of these changes on the delivery of medical care to injured workers
The status of re entry passed legislation regarding workers' compensation.
Other programs administered by the Bureau of Workers' Compensation to help ensure fair treatment for employers and employees