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NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS HR Specialist- W/C Human Resources (775)887 -3324 - NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS HR Specialist- W/C Human Resources (775)887 -3324 -

NAC 284. 600 NAC 284. 600

Workers’ Compensation Contacts HR/EEO Division Janet Shull – HR Specialist (775) 887 -3324 jshull@doc. Workers’ Compensation Contacts HR/EEO Division Janet Shull – HR Specialist (775) 887 -3324 [email protected] nv. gov David Wright – HR Manager 11 (775) 887 -3311 CGTH– Christina Leathers ESP– David Drummond FMWCC– Michelle Andres HDSP – Robin Hennequin LCC – Admin Lt. NNCC – Monica Navarro SDCC – Lisa Marie Garcia WSCC – Margaret Whittington NNRC – Lt. Branham Prison Industries (775) 887 -3331 Transportation – Sgt. Kozloff/Sgt. Gordan Carlin – Lt. Stevens Stewart – Lt. Branham Ely CC – Lt. Noah Humboldt – Lt. Garrett Indian Springs – Lt. St. Mary Tonopah – Lt. Stubbs Jean – Lt. Wells Pioche – Lt. Hansen Wells – Lt. Bell Three Lakes - Lt. Spiece

Need a doctor for a work related injury see Concentra Medical Centers † 3900 Need a doctor for a work related injury see Concentra Medical Centers † 3900 Paradise Rd Ste V Las Vegas † 5850 S Polaris Rd #100 Las Vegas † 149 N Gibson #H Henderson † 149 W. Brooks Ave N Las Vegas NV

Need a doctor for a work related injury see † Concentra Medical Centers 6410 Need a doctor for a work related injury see † Concentra Medical Centers 6410 So Virginia St Reno NV † Concentra Medical Centers 255 Glendale Ave # 12 Sparks NV †Nevada occupational Health Center 3488 Goni Rd Bldg E #141 Carson City NV †Northern Nevada Medical Group 5575 Kietzke Ln Reno, NV †ARC Health and Wellness 2205 Glendale Ave #131 Sparks NV

Fines NRS 616. 045 states it is the employers’ responsibility to complete and provide Fines NRS 616. 045 states it is the employers’ responsibility to complete and provide the insurer with the C 3, the accident report, within 6 days of notification of medical treatment; failure to do so may result in a $1000 fine for each violation REMEMBER!!!!! As a supervisor it is your responsibility to ensure the workers’ compensation forms are completed and fax it to the W/C liaison or the Loss Control Coordinator

Leave Choice Option Total temporary disability is paid by the insurer when an employee Leave Choice Option Total temporary disability is paid by the insurer when an employee is temporarily unable to work in any capacity The employee can either receive total temporary disability paid at the rate of 66 2/3 of their gross income or use their leave time, annual, sick or comp, and receive 100% of their usual pay If the employee chooses to use leave time, the insurer’s disability check will be used to “buy back” some of the employee’s leave Insurer = TTD=66 2/3 % gross income = break in service NDOC=Leave time=100 % salary=buy back=continuous service **** “break in service” is a very important issue when determining Heart/Lung benefits

Early to Work program mandated by the Governor § § § An employee is Early to Work program mandated by the Governor § § § An employee is required to obtain a Physicians Physical Assessment form at each doctor visit An employee is required to provide a copy of the Physicians Physical Assessment form to their supervisor no later than 3 days after the medical exam The supervisor is to fax the Physicians Physical Assessment form to the W/C liaison or Loss Control Coordinator immediately

Early Return to Work with temporary restrictions Identifying an appropriate light duty positions § Early Return to Work with temporary restrictions Identifying an appropriate light duty positions § First - within same facility § Second – within NDOC § Third – Other state agencies

Permanent Restrictions • Permanent restrictions may prohibit employee from returning to their pre-injury employment Permanent Restrictions • Permanent restrictions may prohibit employee from returning to their pre-injury employment Process of identifying an appropriate light duty position that accommodates permanent physical restrictions as outlined in the NRS • First – within same facility • Second – within NDOC • Third – within other state agencies • Fourth – provided rehabilitation benefits by insurer

EXPOSURES Bloodborne pathogen • All exposures – are to be reported immediately; follow up EXPOSURES Bloodborne pathogen • All exposures – are to be reported immediately; follow up with C 3 • Significant exposures - an employee is to be excused immediately to obtain medical treatment, there is a two hour window in which Rx is to be administered. • ALL other exposures Employees are to be tested within 72 hours (NRS) unless declination is signed by employee

Heart and Lung Benefits Criteria – full time continuous, uninterrupted and salaried uniformed employee Heart and Lung Benefits Criteria – full time continuous, uninterrupted and salaried uniformed employee for 5 yrs & complied with annual physicals None of the predisposing factors on a continuous basis q Obesity q Uncontrolled hypertension q Smoking q Chewing tobacco q Uncontrolled diabetes q Elevated lipids/triglyceride Benefit provided by workers’ compensation q expenses as a result of a disease of the heart and/or lung including wage compensation, medical, and death benefits