Understanding Workers' Compensation for Employers V14

SKU: RV-5193aDuration: 60 Minutes

Under federal and Florida State Law, employers have a legal obligation to provide workers' compensation benefits for workers injured on the job. Failure of eligible employers to provide compensation for injured workers may result in lawsuits and heavy fines, so employers need to know their rights and responsibilities. This 1-hour online course explains what workers' compensation insurance is and who needs coverage. It also discusses proper procedures in the event of an accident, and how implemented preventive measures, such as safety awareness and a drug-free workplace program, can reduce the occurrences of work-related incidents and control insurance costs.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 60 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • At the conclusion of this course, you will:
  • Understand what workers' compensation is and why it is important
  • Be familiar with Florida Statutes under Chapter 440 regarding workers' compensation
  • Be familiar with the Family Leave Act and Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Understand who needs workers' compensation coverage and who may be exempt
  • Understand how preventive measures affect workers' compensation premiums
  • Know what to do in the event of an on-the-job accident
  • Understand how to investigate an accident to prevent reoccurrences
  • Have knowledge of the benefits available through workers' compensation
  • Know what conditions are considered exempt from benefits
  • Understand what may be considered an occupational disease
  • Be familiar with employer liability
  • Know the costs of workers' compensation fraud and how to prevent it
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: To ensure compliance with the Board rules, you must BE ACTIVE in this online course for at least 50 minutes for each credit hour this course is worth (for example, if a course is worth 2 credit hours, you must spend 100 minutes of active participation in the course). After you spend this time in the course and you pass the test, you may download your certificate of completion and will then be reported to the state board.
  • Our system does time you. You may log in and log out at your convenience and it keeps a running total. You can view this total on the Course Library page where you first entered the course or on the Score History page after you complete the test.
  • To keep proper time, you must enable pop ups. Every 13 minutes and 30 seconds, a popup will ask you to keep your time clock running. You will have 90 seconds to click "Continue Session". If not, your time clock will stop running until you refresh your page or move to a new page. Scrolling down a page or using the scroll button on your mouse does not count as an action. If a popup does not appear, just refresh your page using the refresh button on your browser or by hitting the F5 button. This will work to keep your time as well. Again, scrolling down a page or using the scroll button on your mouse does not count as an action.
  • You must pass the test AND spend the requisite amount of time in the course to receive your certificate of completion and be reported to the state board. After passing the test, you can return to the course to spend more time.
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