Workers' Compensation Information

In accordance with the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act, any University employee who suffers an accidental injury or occupational illness within the meaning of the law is entitled Medical Benefits and Compensation.

If you suffer a work-related injury, Inservco Insurance Services Inc. is responsible for payment for reasonable, necessary and related medical and surgical services, and orthopedic appliances and prosthetic devices, and training in their use.

For information regarding Workers’ Compensation, please contact:

Matthew Dominick, Environmental Health and Safety Manager at 717-477-1446; and Nipa Browder, Assistant Director of HR/Benefits Manager at 717-477-1124 Option 1 Benefits.

In Case of Work-Related Injury

All work-related injuries must immediately be reported to your supervisor. The supervisor must immediately report the injury to the Environmental Health and Safety Manager.

The employee will complete the Injury Report form and return the form to the Environmental Health and Safety Manager. If the injury is severe enough to require additional treatment, you are required to be examined by a member of the University's Panel of Health Care Providers.

You must treat with one of the panel providers during the first 90 days of treatment. 

 

Workers’ Compensation Information Forms: