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Workers’ Compensation Training Quiz

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1. What is the maximum number of days an injured employee has to report a workers’ compensation claim?



Refer to: Section – Overview of Benefits

2. Which of the following benefits are NOT provided through worker’s compensation:


Refer to: Section – Georgia State Board Supervisor’s Manual

3. Except in cases of death or permanent functional impairment, how many weeks can an injured employee claim impairment?


Refer to: Section – Overview of Benefits

4. John, a new employee, is injured during his first day on the job. The injury is not life-threatening but still requires treatment. At what point is John covered by the workers’ compensation program?


Refer to: Section – Overview of Benefits

5. If an employee is injured on the job and is out of work for 14 consecutive days (as authorized by a physician), when will their salary benefits start?


Refer to: Section – Overview of Benefits

6. The supervisor’s role includes all of the following, except:


Refer to: Section – Supervisor’s Role

7. Informing employees of safety procedures and rewarding safe behavior are two ways the supervisor can:


Refer to: Section – Promote Workplace Safety

8. Sally has worked in your department for two months and is fully trained. Last week while Sally was searching for a file, she rearranged some heavy archive boxes and has strained her back. Sally does not want to be treated or go to the hospital and she knows that she was not following the posted safety policies. As her supervisor what should you do?


Refer to: Section – Supervisor’s Role

9. Which form must be completed if no medical treatment is needed?


Refer to: Section – Document Clearly

10. When medical attention is needed, form is required?


Refer to: Section – Document Clearly

11. After notifying DOAS of an employee’s decision to receive workers’ compensation benefits, which form is used to let the employer know of the employee’s decision to receive salary compensation?


Refer to: Section – Document Clearly

12. Which of the following questions would NOT be helpful during the investigation of an accident?


Refer to: Section – Be Proactive

13. Jack arrived at work in the morning and seemed fine. He completed his normal tasks and did not appear to be in pain. However, after lunch Jack complains about a throbbing pain in his hand. He insists on seeking medical treatment and ensures his co-workers that the injury is work related. You are concerned that the accident might not have occurred during work time. During Jack’s lunch hour you saw him on the phone in a heated discussion and witnessed him punch at his car. You should:


Refer to: Section – Supervisor’s Step-by-step Checklist

14. Supervisors should strive to do all of the following, except:


Refer to: Section – Supervisor’s Role

15. You are a witness to an accident in the office and the supervisor is not present. How should you proceed?



Refer to: Section – Be Proactive