Workers' Compensation Section
3333 Wilshire Blvd., 8th floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010
RISK MANAGEMENT BRANCH
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE
County of Los Angeles
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Our primary responsibility is to protect the health of County employees and minimize the adverse effects of employee injuries and illnesses. This is accomplished through five programs:
- Return-to-Work Unit - Assists Departments to administer Short Term Disability (STD) and Long Term Disability (LTD) Programs including work related injuries or illnesses. For helpful reference information regarding non-occupational injuries or illnesses, go to this page and click on “RTW Manual”. Click the drop downs for “Timeline”, “RTW Guide” and “Reference Manual”. Also, click on “Short Term Disability” and/or “Long Term Disability”, for useful information pertaining to STD and LTD.
To respond to County departments’ needs that arise from the costs and risks associated with workers’ compensation claim liabilities.
To comply with all legal mandates related to workers’ compensation and to accomplish this at the least possible cost to the County. To assist injured workers in the fair, equitable, and expeditious resolution of workers’ compensation claim issues.
Manages the County’s Medical Provider Networks that
provide medical treatment for injured workers through a series
service provider contracts. To access an Initial Treatment
Center within 15 miles or 30 minutes of your location, go
to this page and click on 'Initial Treatment Centers'. You
can also click 'Provider Network' to view and print from a
larger listing for initial or on-going care. You may select
a provider from any of the networks: CompIQ - Interplan, CompIQ - First Health, or CorVel - Corvel.
- Occupational Health Programs, Psychological Services Unit, Employee Assistance Program, and Drug and Alcohol Testing