WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INFORMATION

The goal of the Lucia Mar Unified School District is to ensure that appropriate benefits are paid promptly and accurately to employees with work-related injuries/illnesses. Workers’ Compensation is a state-mandated program, funded completely by the employer, and is designed to guarantee the payment of specified benefits to employees who are injured on the job. The District is self-insured for workers’ compensation benefits, and such benefits are paid using district funds.

York Insurance Services Group Inc. is the claims administrator for the District’s workers’ compensation claims.  York can be reached toll-free at 1-800-922-5020.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION DOCUMENTS & FORMS

Employee Accident Report

Certificated Employees Injury Reporting Process & Pamphlet 

Classified Employee Injury Reporting Process & Pamphlet

Work Related Injuries BP 4157.1

Injury Illness Prevention Program

 

ALL EMPLOYEES MUST REPORT A WORK RELATED INJURY WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE INJURY OCCURING. If available notify your supervisor/principal followed by contacting Cyndie Clark at (805) 474-3000 ext 1195 for authorization for treatment. After hour injuries ONLY may seek treatment at Med Plus 877 Oak Park Rd. Pismo Beach, CA 93449. If closed, seek treatment at the nearest emergency room then report to Human Resources the following business day.

EMPLOYEE LEAVES OF ABSENCE

The Lucia Mar Unified School District offers a variety of leaves options to eligible employees such as Catastrophic Leave, Extended Illness Leave, Family Medical Leave (FMLA), Industrial Accident Leave, Unpaid Leave of Absence (LOA), etc.

Employees are required to contact Human Resources in the event an employee may need to be absent from work for an extended period of time (5+ days) due to injury/illness of the employee or the employee’s immediate family.  It is requested that any foreseeable leaves be requested 30 days prior to the beginning of the leave.  

EMPLOYEE LEAVE OF ABSENCE DOCUMENTS & FORMS

 

LMUSD Leaves Packet 2017

Leaves Brochure – Certificated

Leaves Brochure – Classified

FMLA Information for New Hires

California Fair Employment and Housing Act

Family Care and Medical Leave (CFRA Leave) and Pregnancy Disability Leave – Classified/Certificated

AR 4161 Family Medical Leave

California Fair Employment and Housing Act 2016


NOTE:
 Any employee requesting a leave of absence* (5+ days) must complete the LMUSD leaves packet within 30 days of the leave commencing. If your leave is due to medical reasons you will need to have your physician complete the Physician’s Healthcare Certification form and turn that in with your completed paperwork. Health benefits may be impacted when an employee has no paid leave available.

CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION

Cyndie Clark, Human Resources Technician

(805) 474-3000, ext. 1195

cyndie.clark@lmusd.org

Insurance related questions should be forwarded to:  Michelle Rogers, Human Resources Technician (michelle.rogers@lmusd.org