Skip To Main Content

Toggle Close Container

Desktop Elements Wrapper

Mobile Elements Wrapper

Utility Nav - Mobile

Mobile Main Nav

Header Holder

Search Canvas Container

Close Canvas Menu

Top Canvas Elements

Icons Nav

Schools Canvas Container

Horizontal Nav

Breadcrumb

Workers Compensation

Section 8-43-102(1)(a) of the Colorado Workers' Compensation Act states that "Every employee who sustains an injury resulting from an accident shall notify said employee's employer in writing of the injury within four days of the occurrence of the injury." 

DISTRICT 6 PROCEDURE

Report the Injury

All District 6 employees should report the injury to their supervisor immediately (same day, if possible) even if no medical treatment is requested. For a full explanation of the reporting procedures, please review the WC PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING A WORK RELATED INJURY or the Spanish Version, WC PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING A WORK RELATED INJURY - SPANISH

 

Complete the Forms

Complete the District 6 Employee  WC ACCIDENT REPORT FORM and the WC MEDICAL PROVIDER CHOICE FORM  for any work-related injury. These forms are also available at your work sites. Simply contact your supervisor, health clerk, office manager, or the District 6 Risk Management Specialist at 970-348-6113. These forms are also available in Spanish: SPANISH EMPLOYEE WC ACCIDENT REPORT FORM and SPANISH WC MEDICAL PROVIDER CHOICE FORM

 

Make Contact

You must also call the Risk Management Specialist at 970-348-6113 to file a First Report of Injury on the same day of the injury or the next business day. This only takes a few minutes to answer a series of questions needed to complete the First Report of Injury. 

 

Need Medical Treatment? 

Contact the Risk Management Specialist at 970-348-6113 if you need medical treatment for your work-related injury. They will contact our designated work comp medical provider that you selected to schedule an appointment for you. Employees should be aware that they must use a District designated worker's compensation medical provider for any work-related injury if the costs are to be paid by Workers' Compensation. You will be responsible for all medical costs if you do not use one of our designated workers' compensation medical providers. Designated WC Medical Provider Choice Forms can be found above. Your own personal physician cannot treat you. Keep in mind that your District 6 health insurance will not provide benefits for a work-related injury. 

 

Contact the District 6 Risk Management Specialist during the business hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, to report your injury or to ask any questions you may have: 970-348-6113.