Kansas Printable Free Workers Compensation Law Posters Kansas Workers Compensation Poster Mandatory

The Workers Compensation is a Kansas workers compensation law poster provided for businesses by the Kansas Department Of Labor. This is a required poster for all Kansas employers, and any business that fails to post this notification may be subject to penalties or fines.

This mandatory bilingual poster is a detailed summary of Kansas workers compensation rights and responsibilities. It details how employees should report any injuries that occur on the job and what benefits may be available. The employer's insurance carrier information is to be filled in on the bottom.

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www.dol.ks.gov		KANSAS		DEPARTMENT		OF		LABOR		K-WC	40-A	(1-22)	
De acuerdo con el artículo de ley K.S.A. 44-520, un reclamo puede 
ser negado si el empleado no notifica a su empleador  dentro de 
antes de las siguientes fechas: (A)  20	
	días a partir de la fecha del 
accidente o la fecha de la lesión debido a trauma por movimientos 
repetitivos; (B) si el empleado está trabajando con el empleador 
en contra del cual se están buscando beneficios y dicho empleado 
busca tratamiento médico por cualquier lesión por accidente o 
trauma repetitiva,  20	
	días a partir de la fecha que dicho tratamiento 
médico ha sido obtenido; o (C) si el empleado ya no trabaja para el 
empleador en contra del cual se están buscando beneficios,  10	
después del último día de trabajo para dicho empleador	

 	El aviso puede darse oralmente o por escrito. Donde el aviso 
se da oralmente, si el empleador ha designado un individuo o 
departamento a quien el aviso se debe dar y tal designación ha sido 
comunicada por escrito al empleado, aviso a cualquier otro individuo 
o departamento deberá ser insuficiente bajo esta sección. Si el
empleador no ha designado a un individuo o departamento a quien se
debe dar el aviso, el aviso puede darse a un supervisor o gerente.
Donde el aviso se hace por escrito, el aviso debe ser enviado 
a un supervisor o gerente de la oficina principal  de empleo del 
El aviso, sea que se haga oralmente o por escrito, debe incluir  
la hora, fecha, lugar, persona lesionada y detalles de tal lesión. Debe 
ser visible a partir del contenido del aviso, que el empleado está 
reclamando beneficios bajo la ley de compensación del trabajador o 
que ha sufrido una lesión relacionada con el trabajo.
BENEFICIOS.		Los		beneficios		son		pagados		por		la	compañía			
aseguradora		del		empleador		o	programa		de	seguro		propio.	

beneficios incluyen tratamiento médico, reemplazo de sueldo parcial 
por tiempo perdido y beneficios adicionales si la lesión resulta en 
incapacidad permanente. El empleador debe proporcionar todo el 
tratamiento médico necesario y tiene el derecho de designar el doctor 
para dicho tratamiento. Si el empleado busca tratamiento con un 
doctor que no ha sido autorizado por el empleador, el empleador o 
su compañía aseguradora serán responsables de pagar solamente los 
primeros $500.00 dólares para tratamiento médico no autorizado.	
Employer’s Insurance Carrier (Compañía Aseguradora del Empleador)	 	   Telephone (T	 eléfono de la Aseguradora) 	
Division of Workers Compensation/Ombudsman
401 SW Topeka Blvd., Suite 2, Topeka, KS 66603-3105	
Persons with impaired hearing or speech utilizing a telecommunications device may access the above number(s) by using the Kansas Relay Center at (800) 766-3777.	
This		notice		applies		to		dates		of		accidents		on		or		after		April		25,		2013.
	aviso		aplica		a	las		fechas		de		los		accidentes		a	partir		de		Abril		25,		2013.	
K.S.A. 44-520, a claim may be denied if an employee fails to 
notify their employer within the earliest of the following dates:  
(A) 20	
	calendar		days from the date of accident or the date of
injury by repetitive trauma; (B) if the employee is working for
the employer against whom benefits are being sought and such
employee seeks medical treatment for any injury by accident or
repetitive trauma,  20	
	calendar		days from the date such medical
treatment is sought; or (C) if the employee no longer works for
the employer against whom benefits are being sought,
	calendar		days after the employee’	

s last day of actual work
for the employer.	
Notice may be given orally or in writing. Where notice is 
provided orally, if the employer has designated an individual or 
department to whom notice must be given and such designation 
has been communicated in writing to the employee, notice to 
any other individual or department shall be insufficient under 
this section. If the employer has not designated an individual 
or department to whom notice must be given, notice must be 
provided to a supervisor or manager	

Where notice is provided in writing, notice must be sent to 
a supervisor or manager at the employee’s principal location of 
The notice, whether provided orally or in writing, shall 
include the time, date, place, person injured and particulars 
of  such injury. It must be apparent from the content of the 
notice that the employee is claiming benefits under the workers 
compensation act or has suffered a work-related injury	

		Benefits		are		paid		by		the		employer’	

insurance		carrier		or	self		insurance		program.	

 Benefits include 
medical treatment, partial wage replacement for lost time and 
additional benefits if the injury results in permanent disability . 
An employer is required to furnish all necessary medical 
treatment and has the right to designate the treating physician. 
If the employee seeks treatment from a doctor not authorized by 
the employer, the employer or its insurance carrier is only liable 
up to $500.00 dollars for the unauthorized medical treatment. 	
Email:     [email protected] 
Phone:   (800) 332-0353 or (785) 296-4000	
For		questions		about		Workers		Compensation		Law,		contact		(Para		preguntas		acerca		de		la	Ley		de		Compensación		del		Trabajador):	
Address (Dirección de la Aseguradora)	
(           )	
This notice must be posted and maintained by the employer in one or more conspicuous places.	
Your employer is subject to the Kansas Workers Compensation Law which provides compensation for job-related injuries.

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