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  • WYOMING WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT Labor Law Poster

    Your employer has qualified with the Workers' Safety and Compensation Division for the coverage of injuries arising out of and in the course of employment, while at work on or about the premises occupied, used or controlled by the employer. This coverage is for extra-hazardous industries and occupations only unless the employer has elected to cover non-extra-hazardous.

    In the event of a work related injury:
    1. Notify your employer how and when your were injured within seventy-two (72) hours of the incident.

    2. Submit a written report of your injury to Wyoming Workers’ Safety and Compensation within 10 days of the incident. You must complete and sign the “Wyoming Report of Injury” form. If your employer does not have any forms, contact your nearest Wyoming Employment Resources office, for information on how or where to obtain an injury report form.

    3. Submit the form to a local Workers' Compensation office or representative, or mail it to:
    The filing of an injury report is not a claim for lost wages or any other workers’ compensation benefit. You must apply for benefits. To obtain the appropriate application form, contact Workers’ Safety and Compensation. For more detailed information or assistance concerning benefits and procedures, call the Wyoming Workers’ Safety and Compensation Division
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