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Employer publications descriptions

BWC Basics for Employers
Provides an overview of Ohio's workers' compensation system to new employers, who have received their certificate of coverage.

CD-40 Workers' Compensation Insurance Guide for Self-Insuring Employers and their Employees
This booklet provides an overview of Ohio's workers' compensation system for self-insuring business, including everything from renewing self-insurance to reporting claims.

CD-113 Conducting E-Business
Provides all BWC customers an overview of our e-business Web site and step-by-step instructions for accessing some of the commonly used online services.

Catastrophic Nurse Advocates
Provides information about our team of nurses solely responsible for linking the managed care organization with BWC to better serve the catastrophically injured worker.

Drug-Free Safety Program Guide
This guide explains the rules, program requirements and policies in establishing a Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) at the Basic and Advanced levels. It provides an introductory overview of the program. The Drug-Free Safety Program Self-Implementation Workbook provides more detailed information on implementing a DFSP.

Drug-Free Safety Program Self-Implementation Workbook
This workbook walks employers through the process of implementing a Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) using a series of helpful checklists. It also includes an outline for developing a drug-free policy and a sample of a completed DFSP Annual Report.

State Construction Employer Drug-Free Guide
This guide explains the program requirements and steps employers must take to obtain "Approved" status in BWC's state construction contractor/subcontractor database. The guide walks Ohio construction industry employers who don't have an active policy (which is required to be put on the list to be eligible for Ohio public improvement/construction projects) as well as out-of-state construction contractors in obtaining a policy number and understanding comparable program or Drug-Free Safety Program basic and advanced level requirements.

SVIU Investigating Violations of Specific Safety Requirements
Provides a definition for a violation of a specific safety requirement (VSSR), outlines the process for filing a VSSR claim and provides BWC contact information for VSSR issues.

OMBUDS The OMBUDS Office Can Help
Learn when it's time to turn to the Ombudsperson and how to reach that department.

SR-03 VSSR Rules Construction
Specific rule from the Ohio Administrative Code that explains the safety requirements for construction.