Workers' Compensation Reporting Procedures - Employees

Immediately report an accident, illness or injury to your supervisor. Include the following information:

  1. Full name, address and telephone number.
  2. Occupation, date of birth.
  3. Social Security Number.
  4. Hire date.
  5. Date and time of accident/illness or injury.
  6. Description of event(s) that led to accident or injury.
  7. Description of the injury or illness that occurred, part of body injured.
  8. Place/address where injury or accident occurred.
Travel and Transportation Procedures and Reimbursement Forms

Employees will be reimbursed for reasonable expenses incurred in connection with approved travel on behalf of the company.

Employees seeking reimbursement should incur the lowest reasonable travel expenses and exercise care to avoid the appearance of impropriety. If a circumstance arises that is not specifically covered in the travel policies, the most conservative course of action should be adopted.

All travel for staff must be authorized in advance. Employee should verify that planned travel is eligible for reimbursement before making travel arrangements. Upon completion of the trip, the traveler must submit a Travel Reimbursement Form and supporting documentation to obtain reimbursement of expenses. For more details, refer to the detailed travel policies, procedures and authorization and reimbursement forms.

Exempt employees will be paid their regular salary for weeks in which they travel. Nonexempt employees will be paid for travel time in accordance with federal and state wage payment laws.