INTEGRATED DISABILITY MANAGEMENTDawn Watkins, Director
The Workers' Compensation program provides state-mandated benefits to LAUSD employees who sustain a work-related injury/illness without fault. LAUSD is self-insured, which means that the District, not an insurance company, pays for claims' actual costs. The District contracts with a third-party administrator for the management of its claims.
The Workers' Compensation Department is committed to providing support, assistance, and resources to employees during these unprecedented times. The safety and well-being of all employees is a priority for the Workers' Compensation team. Please do not hesitate to contact the Workers' Compensation Department if you have any questions about your workers' compensation claim in this time of physical distancing. The team continues to work remotely, and they are responding promptly to e-mails. Please send your inquiry or request via e-mail to WorkersCompensation@lausd.net.
For more information or to schedule Workers' Compensation Training, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mandatory Workers' Compensation Posters and Notices:Please note the following changes:
The State requires that both English and Spanish versions of this poster are available. Please print on legal-size paper (8 1/2 x 14).
- Effective January 1, 2016, the Medical Provider Network (MPN) notice that was distributed with the "Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused by Work" (poster DWC 7) is eliminated and must be taken down.
- Also effective January 1, 2016, the state has revised the mandatory "Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused at Work" (poster DWC 7). This revised version now includes pertinent MPN information, and will replace the MPN notice.
- Effective February 1, 2016, the District will implement a new Medical Provider Network for use by employees who are injured on the job. The new Network information must be reflected on the "Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused at Work" (poster DWC 7); therefore, the "Notice to Employees" must also be revised, resulting in two revised versions of this poster, one effective January 1, 2016, and the other effective February 1, 2016.