Workers’ Compensation

Natomas Unified School District Workers’ Compensation Process

California law guarantees certain Workers’ Compensation benefits to employees who are injured or become ill due to their jobs. Any injury or illness is covered if it was caused by the job. If you are injured at work, please do the following:

Step 1 – Immediately, report the injury/illness to your supervisor and complete an Employee Accident Report.

Step 2 – Call the SIA (Schools Insurance Authority) nurse immediately at 1-877-742-3467 (toll free) to discuss treatment options.

Step 3 – After you have seen a physician, you will be given a “Work Status Report” form. Be sure to give a copy of this form to your supervisor.

Step 4 – If you are released for modified/restricted duty, complete the agreement with your supervisor.

Step 5 – Follow all doctors’ orders. Attend all scheduled appointments. Give a copy of your “Work Status Report” to your supervisor after each appointment.

Step 6 – When charging an absence to Workers’ Compensation leave*, please write down the date of injury when filling out a time sheet and absence report. Remember, you may only charge absences for work-related injuries to Workers’ Compensation leave if you are taken off work by the doctor or if you are attending an appointment. If the absence is not covered by a doctor’s note, it will be charged to your sick leave. For further information on Workers’ Compensation leave, click here.

If you have any questions about the Workers’ Compensation process, please contact Human Resources at (916) 567-5855.

We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to broadening the diversity of our workplace. All applications and resumes are welcome. The Natomas Unified School District is determined to provide district employees, interns, volunteers and job applicants a safe, positive environment where they are assured of full and equal employment access and opportunities, protection from harassment or intimidation, and freedom from any fear of reprisal or retribution for asserting their employment rights in accordance with law. No district employee, and, to the extent required by law, interns, volunteers, and job applicants shall be discriminated against or harassed by any coworker, supervisor, manager, or other person with whom the employee comes in contact in the course of employment, on the basis of the actual or perceived race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex, or sexual orientation or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For concerns regarding discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying in employment, you should immediately contact Angela Herrera, Chief Academic Officer (Compliance Office for Title IX and CC of R Title 5) at 916-561-5253, [email protected] or 1901 Arena Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95834. A copy of Natomas Unified School District’s uniform complaint policy and non-discrimination policy are available upon request.