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Maine Printable Free Workers Compensation Law Posters Maine Workers' Compensation Poster Mandatory

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

This mandatory poster is a detailed summary of Maine 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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Turjunaanno waa la helayaa
Marka aad caawinaad inoogu soo yeeraneysid, fadhlan 
luqaddaada af Ingiriisi inoogu sheeg turjubaan ayaa 
lguugu yeeri doonaaye. Taleefoonkana ha dhigin.	
SOMALIPERSIANARABIC  VIETNAMESE 	
FRENCH ITALIAN PORTUGUESE SPANISH ENGLISH	
KOREAN JAPANESE CHINESE
RUSSIANPOLISH Notice to Employees:
State  law  requires  your  employer  to  provide 
workers’compensation  insurance  for  its  employ-
ees.  Workers’compensation  insurance  provides 
benefits to employees who are injured at work. 
  If  you  are  injured  at  work,  NOTIFY  YOUR 
EMPLOYER  AT  ONCE.  You  may  lose  your 
right  to  receive  benefits  unless  your  employer  is 
notified  within  60  days  of  your  injury.  Your 
claim  is  also  subject  to  a  two  year  statute  of 
limitations. Worker advocates  are  available  at  the 
Workers’  Compensation  Board  to  help  injured 
workers.
  It  is  against  the  law  for  employers  to  mis-
classify  employees  as  independent  contractors 
for  the  purposes  of  avoiding  workers’  compen-
sation  insurance,  unemployment  coverage,  or 
other  employer  paid  taxes  and  withholdings. 
For  more  information  on  laws  pertaining  to  the 
hiring  of  independent  contractors,  visit  the 
Worker  Misclassification  Task  Force  website  at 
www.maine.gov/labor/misclass. 
  If  you  have any questions  about your rights, 
please contact one of the regional offices.
A l’intention des Employes: D’après  les  lois  de  l’Etat  du  Maine,  votre 
employeur  est  tenu  de  souscrire  à  une  assurance 
indemnisant  ses  employés  victimes  d’un  accident 
du travail.
  Si  vous  êtes  victime  d’un  accident  du  travail, 
PREVENEZ  VOTRE  EMPLOYEUR  IMMEDI-
ATEMENT.  Passé  un  délai  de  6	
0  jours,  vous 
risquez  de  perdre  vos  droits  à  l’indemnisation. 
Au-delà  de  deux  ans,  votre  déclaration  n’est  plus 
recevable.  Pour  aider  les  victimes  d’un  accident 
du  travail,  le  Workers’Compensation  Board  met 
des conseillers juridiques à leur disposition. 
  La  loi  interdit  aux  employeurs  de  classifier 
fallacieusement  leurs  salariés  comme  étant  des 
contractants  privés  aux  fins  d`échapper  a 
l`assurance  compensatrice-employé,  aux 	
  indemnités  de  chômage,  ou  aux  autres  charges et 
retenues  dues  par  employeur.  Pour  plus  de 
détails  sur  la  législation  relative  a  l`utilisation 
des  services  privés,  visitez  le  site  internet  de 
Worker  Misclassification  Task  Force  (Unité  
anti-fraude  en  matière 
 de  classification  des 
salariés) : www.maine.gov/labor/misclass.   Si vous  n’êtes  pas sûr de vos  droits,  veuillez 
contacter l’un des bureaux régionaux.
Aviso 	
a los Trabajadores:
La  ley  del  estado  de  Maine  requiere  que  su 
empresario  proporcione  el  seguro  de  compensa-
ciones  para  el  trabajador  a  todos  los  trabajadores. 
El  seguro  de  compensaciones  para  el  trabajador 
proporciona beneficios a los trabajadores acciden-
tados en el trabajo.   En  caso  de  sufrir  accidente  o  daño  laboral, 
NOTIFÍQUELO  INMEDIATAMENTE  A SU 
EMPRESARIO.  Podría  perder  el  derecho  a 
recibir  compensación  a  menos  que  su  empresario 
sea notificado de este accidente o daño en el plazo 
de  6	
0  días.  Así  mismo  esta  reclamación  debe 
hacer  referencia  a  unaccidente  o  daño  que  no 
haya  ocurrido  hace  más  de  dos  años.  Los 
defensores  del  trabajador  están  disponibles  para 
proporcionar  ayuda  a  los  trabajadores  acciden-
tados  en  el  Consejo  de  Administración  de  Com-
pensaciones  para  el  Trabajador  (Workers’  Com-
pensation Board). 
  El hecho de no clasificar a los empleados como 
contratistas  independientes,  con  el  propósito  de 
evitar  el  seguro  por  compensación  al  trabajador, 
cobertura  para  desempleados,  ú  otros  impuestos 
pagados  y  retenidos  por  el  empleador;  está  en 
contra de la ley del empleador.  Para mayor infor-
mación  acerca  de  las  leyes  pertenecientes  a  la 
contratación  de  contratistas  independientes, 
visite  el  Worker  Misclassification  Task  Force 
en  la  página  web  de  www.maine.gov/labor/
misclass.
  En caso de tener cualquier pregunta sobre sus 
derechos,  favor  de  dirigirse  a  una  de  las  oficinas 
regionales de compensaciones para el trabajador. 	
WORKERS’ 
COMPENSATION To the employer: This notice must be posted in a conspicuous 
place 
upon your premises accessible  to employees. 39-A MRSA §406. The State of Maine does not discriminate  on the
basis of disability  in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs,  services or activities.
This poster is available  in 	
alternative format. For further assistance, contact the Maine  Workers’ 	Compensation Board, ADA Coordinator , telephone:  (888) 801-9087  or TTY: 711.
WCB-90 (1/20) WORKERS’ 
COMPENSATION 
BOARD REGIONAL  OFFICES
AUGUSTA
442 Civic Center Drive, Suite 225  156 State House Station
Augusta, ME 0433 3-0156
207-287-2308
1-800-400-6854
LEWISTON
36 Mollison  Way
Lewiston, ME 04240-5811 207-753-7700
1-800-400-6857
BANGOR
106 Hogan  Road, Suite 1
Bangor , ME 04401
207-941-4550
1-800-400-6856
PORTLAND
1037 Forest Avenue, Suite 11  
Portland, ME 0410 3
207-822-0840
1-800-400-6858
CARIBOU
43 Hatch Drive, Suite 110  Caribou,  ME 04736-2347
207-498-6428
1-800-400-6855
Visit our website at: 
www	

.maine.gov/wcb
Statewide TTY: 711 FOR DATES OF INJURY ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 2020

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More Maine Labor Law Posters 14 PDFS

Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional thirteen required and optional Maine labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print and post all required state labor law posters, as well as all of the mandatory federal labor law posters.

Maine Poster Name Poster Type
Required Sexual Harassment Poster Workplace Violence Law
Required Workers' Compensation Poster Workers Compensation Law
Required Whistleblower's Protection Act Poster Whistleblower Law
Required Maine Employment Security Act Poster Unemployment Law
Required Minimum Wage Poster Minimum Wage Law

List of all 14 Maine labor law posters


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