Self-insurance certification requirements and application process.
Additional certification requirements.
Additional requirements for subsidiaries and acquisitions.
Surety for a self insurance program.
Default by a self-insurer.
Expense of out-of-state audit.
Surety for a public entity's self insurance program.
Surety for a group self insurance program.
Surety for a self insured pension or fatality claim.
Funding the benefits of an insolvent self-insurer.
Self-insurers' reporting requirements.
Self-insurance administrative assessment.
Self-insurance second injury fund assessment.
Self-insurance insolvency trust fund assessment.
Self-insurance supplemental pension fund (SPF) and asbestosis fund assessments.
Self-insurance electronic data reporting system (SIEDRS).
Hearings for corrective action or withdrawal of certification.
Corrective action or withdrawal of certification.
Administrative organization to manage a self-insurance program.
Reporting of injuries.
Authorization of medical care.
Payment of compensation.
Handling of claims.
Qualifications of personnel.
Notification to the department.
Self-insured workers' rights and obligations.
Filing a self-insured claim.
After a self-insured claim is filed.
What is the Self-Insurance Vocational Reporting Form?
What must the self-insurer do when an assessment report is received?
When must a self-insurer submit a vocational rehabilitation plan to the department?
What must the vocational rehabilitation plan include?
What must the self-insurer do when the department denies the vocational rehabilitation plan?
What must the self-insurer do when the vocational rehabilitation plan is successfully completed?
What must the self-insurer do if the vocational rehabilitation plan is not successfully completed?
What must the self-insurer do when the worker declines further vocational rehabilitation services and elects option 2 benefits?
What must the self-insurer do when the worker elects option 2 benefits and the claim is closed?
Closure of self-insured claims.
When a worker files for reopening.
When a self-insured claim is protested.
When a self-insured claim is on appeal.
Third party action on a self-insured claim.