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Washington Workers’ Comp Drug Testing Laws

Washington Workers’ Compensation Rules
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296-15-223 Self-insurance administrative
assessment.


296-15-225 Self-insurance second injury fund
assessment.


296-15-227 Self-insurance insolvency trust
fund assessment.


296-15-229 Self-insurance supplemental pension
fund (SPF) and asbestosis fund assessments.


296-15-231 Self-insurance electronic data
reporting system (SIEDRS).


296-15-4302 What is the Self-Insurance
Vocational Reporting Form?


296-15-4304 What must the self-insurer do when
an assessment report is received?


296-15-4306 When must a self-insurer submit a
vocational rehabilitation plan to the department?


296-15-4308 What must the vocational
rehabilitation plan include?


296-15-4310 What must the self-insurer do when
the department denies the vocational rehabilitation plan?


296-15-4312 What must the self-insurer do when
the vocational rehabilitation plan is successfully completed?


296-15-4314 What must the self-insurer do if
the vocational rehabilitation plan is not successfully completed?



296-15-4316 What must the self-insurer do when
the worker declines further vocational rehabilitation services and elects option
2 benefits?


296-15-4318 What must the self-insurer do when
the worker elects option 2 benefits and the claim is closed?


296-15-001 Definitions.


296-15-021 Self-insurance certification
requirements and application process.


296-15-024 Additional certification
requirements.


296-15-027 Additional requirements for
subsidiaries and acquisitions.


296-15-151 Surety for a public entity’s self
insurance program.


296-15-123 Financial watch.


296-15-125 Default by a self-insurer.



296-15-140 Expense of out-of-state audit.



296-15-161 Surety for a group self insurance
program.


296-15-171 Surety for a self insured pension
or fatality claim.


296-15-181 Funding the benefits of an
insolvent self insurer.


296-15-200 Claims log — Evaluation.



296-15-221 Self insurers’ reporting
requirements.


296-15-255 Hearings for corrective action or
withdrawal of certification.


296-15-260 Corrective action or withdrawal of
certification.


296-15-266 Penalties.


296-15-310 Administrative organization to
manage a self-insurance program.


296-15-320 Reporting of injuries.



296-15-330 Authorization of medical care.



296-15-340 Payment of compensation.



296-15-350 Handling of claims.


296-15-360 Qualifications of personnel.



296-15-370 Notification to the department.



296-15-400 Self-insured workers’ rights and
obligations.


296-15-405 Filing a self-insured claim.



296-15-420 After a self-insured claim is
filed.


296-15-450 Closure of self-insured claims.



296-15-470 When a worker files for reopening.



296-15-480 When a self-insured claim is
protested.


296-15-490 When a self-insured claim is on
appeal.


296-15-495 Third party action on a
self-insured claim

Washington Workers’ Compensation Statutes
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51.04 General Provisions


51.08 Definitions


51.12 Employments And Occupations Covered


51.14 Self-Insurers


51.16 Assessment And Collection Of Premiums-Payrolls And Records


51.18 Retrospective Rating Plan


51.24 Actions At Law For Injury Or Death


51.28 Notice And Report Of Accident-Application For Compensation


51.32 Compensation-Right To And Amount


51.36 Medical Aid


51.44 Funds


51.48 Penalties


51.52 Appeals


51.98 Construction

Washington State Offices and Contacts
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State Offices and Contacts

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