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(RTW AB2) Employers: what the benefits of the Return to Work Program are to YOU

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(RTW-A1) Employers: Do you have an injured worker?

You answered YES, you want to navigate the Return to Work Process. Do you have an injured worker? YES or NO Click here for complete interactive flowchart in a glance.

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Your Primary Source of Information (Survey)

WASHINGTON  HOSPITALITY – Your Primary Source of Information Take the Survey when it arrives! The Washington Hospitality Association works with an outside company to complete a membership survey every two

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(RTW-AB2) Employers: What are the benefits of the Return to Work Program?

You answered YES, you want to learn what the benefits of the Return to Work Program are to YOU?  Would you like to learn how to navigate the simple

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(RTW-A00) Employers: What is the benefit of me participating in the Return to Work Program?

What is the benefit of me participating in the Return to Work Program? Return-to-Work is a program from the Washington State Department of Labor Industries that helps your employees get

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Interactive Return to Work Guide

What is the Return to Work Program? Would you like to learn what is in it for you? If so, click yes! YES If you would like a high altitude

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(RTW-A15) Employers: When your worker has declined your modified job offer

You answered NO, the worker declined your job offer. Call your local L&I office for claims issue immediately. BACK Click here for complete interactive flowchart in a glance. Complete Hospitality step-by-step

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(RTW-A2) Employers: Does your injured worker have an Activity Prescription Form?

You answered YES, you do have an injured worker. Does the worker have an Activity Prescription Form? YES or NO Click here for complete interactive flowchart in a glance. Complete Hospitality step-by-step

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(RTW-A12) Employers: If you have NOT offered your employee a modified job yet

You answered NO, you DID NOT contact the worker and offered a modified job. Have you written a letter to the inured worker? YES or (If NO, write letter then

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(RTW-A3) Employers: When your injured worker does NOT have an Activity Prescription Form.

You answered NO, you DO NOT have an Activity Prescription Form. Have you called the worker’s healthcare provider and requested an Activity Prescription Form? YES or NO (Clicking NO will take

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Employers: You do not have an injured worker.

You answered NO, you DO NOT have an injured worker in your organization. Congratulations on your safety record! BACK  

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(RTW- A21) Employers: If the healthcare provider has NOT released worker back to full duty

You answered NO, the healthcare provider HAS NOT released the worker to full duty. Continue to allow the worker to perform modified duty as per the healthcare provider’s direction in

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(RTW-A19) Employers: If you are NOT keeping close track of your injured workers work conditions.

You answered NO, you are not keeping close track of working conditions? Without close observation of working conditions, you can not be sure the worker is adhering to the work

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(RTW-A17) Employers: When your worker does NOT show up for their modified duty job.

You answered NO, the worker DID NOT report for modified duty. Explain to your worker how important reporting for modified duty is.  If they have accepted the offer, and do

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(RTW-A10) Employers:You have not received written approval from healthcare providers for modified job duty.

You answered NO, you have NOT completed the Employer’s Job Description for modified work and sent it to a healthcare provider for written approval. Locate the template for Employer’s Job Description.