777 N. F St.
Ph: (909) 381-1166
Fx: (909) 381-1225
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday
What is “Work Comp”, and how does it work?
Workers’ Compensation is a mechanism required by law in California that requires all employers to provide for medical care for injuries/illnesses caused by working your job. Many employers buy Workers’ Compensation insurance to cover the costs of that care, and some, like SBCUSD, cover those costs directly out of District Funds.
If you are injured at work, here’s what you need to do:
- Report the injury to your Supervisor immediately.
- Call “Company Nurse” (our medical triage service provider) at 1-888-770-0933 to provide them details about the injury. They will recommend the appropriate medical course of action for you to take. (note: If your injury is a true medical emergency, call 9-1-1 first and follow up with Company Nurse as soon as possible thereafter).
- If you are directed to seek medical attention, Company Nurse will direct you to visit the Healthpointe Medical clinic (click here for address and map).
- If medical treatment is not required, only the “Employee’s Report of Work Injury/Illness” (click here for form) needs to be completed and sent to the Workers’ Compensation Department by FAX (909) 381-1225 then pony the original to the District Office – Work Comp.
- If medical treatment is required, the entire work comp claim packet of forms must be completed (click here for forms packet). Print out and complete forms, and send to the Workers’ Compensation Department by FAX (909) 381-1225; then pony the original to the District Office – Work Comp.
If you need help navigating through the process, please contact anyone in the Work Comp Unit – we are here to help!
Sandra Gers, Claims Examiner
Sugey Juarez, Claims Examiner
updated on 02/03/2016