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Traumatic Injury at Work – What’s your Next Step?
Although agencies and employees do their best to prevent workplace injuries, accidents and injuries inevitably occur from time to time. If you do incur some type of injury on the job, this article will provide information regarding actions required by the injured worker, the supervisor, and the Office of Workers' Compensation Program.