This is your Worker Guide
Actually, it's two guides: an open one (this one) that 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 line or email, just call us at 800.285.8525.
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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.
- 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.
- More than just another bad day
Two-thirds of Americans claim that work is their main source of stress.
- The missing link
What is the connection between health improvement and injury prevention?
- Heavy lifting
NW Crane Service’s largest crane can lift almost 800,000 pounds— but it needs careful handling for safety.
- Fit for duty
Based on 2010 death rate data, approximately 2,000 Americans die of cardiovascular disease each day, an average of one death every 40 seconds. If it happens at work, is it compensable?
- MyClaim upgrade makes submitting reimbursements easier
Changes to MyClaim provide clearer instructions for attaching receipts and allow the submission of PDF documents.
- Office work: the “safe” occupation
When it comes to worker safety, high tech doesn’t necessarily mean low risk. Hours of sitting, bad lighting, tiny screens, cord clutter—modern offices can be a minefield of hidden hazards. Here’s what you can do. Learn more
- MyClaim goes mobile
SAIF’s secure online site for injured workers is now accessible by most mobile devices.
- Two more claim process videos now online
“Getting reimbursed” and “Working together” join two other short videos about the claim process.
- 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.