This is your Worker Guide
Actually, it's two guides: this one, which explains the main elements of the workers' comp system, and a secure one (MyClaim) with information about your claim—such as basic claim data, payment history, forms, correspondence, and contacts.
Contacting your adjuster: If you don't have your adjuster's direct number or email, just call us at 800.285.8525.
Log in to MyClaim to see your claim data, payment history, claim forms, and more.
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Servicios en españolEsta guía para trabajadores también está disponible en español. Si ha sufrido una lesión en el trabajo, esta guía le puede ayudar.
- New MyClaim password requirements coming July 28
All users will be required to change their passwords. It might be a hassle, but we think keeping your data secure is worth it.
- Seeing eye to eye
Let’s agree to protect the sight of employees by providing proper eye protection for the job.
- Beating heat stress
Protect yourself from heat-related illness, both on and off the job.
- Sparking brush fires
Dry conditions mean that even one small spark can start a brush fire, destroying homes, businesses, and, most importantly, lives.
- What does water do for you?
The physical and mental benefits of adequate hydration
- Walking to work
Using treadmills at your desk for fitness is an idea still in its infancy. It is undergoing study by several different organizations, but a few people have found it to be the perfect solution to a sedentary desk job.
- Industrial athletes
How does “functional fitness” impact Total Worker Health™?
- MyClaim upgrade makes submitting reimbursements easier
Changes to MyClaim provide clearer instructions for attaching receipts and allow the submission of PDF documents.
- MyClaim goes mobile
SAIF’s secure online site for injured workers is now accessible by most mobile devices.
- First Fill pays for some medications for injured workers right away
SAIF’s First Fill pharmacy benefit helps injured employees get through those first difficult days after an injury and before the claim is accepted.
- For more, see the worker guide news archive.