Workers' Compensation FAQs

As an employee, what do I do if I am injured on the job?

Notify your supervisor immediately so your supervisor can call in the report to the Risk Management Unit of the Department of Administrative Services (DOAS). On the job injuries must be reported within 30 days or the claim may be denied. If emergency treatment is necessary, you may go to any hospital emergency room. Be sure to inform the hospital that this is a Workers’ Compensation case so they do not try to bill you under your personal health insurance plan.

Minor injuries that do not require medical attention should not be reported to DOAS.

As a supervisor, who do I call when an employee is injured on the job?

Supervisors should call 1-877-656-7475, and select Option #1. When the representative answers, inform them you are reporting a Workers’ Compensation claim. You will need the injured employee's name, address, SSN, age and sex of the injured employee readily available. Only injuries requiring medical care or lost time from work are to be reported to this number.

How do I know which Physician to go to?

A poster titled Panel of Physicians is required by law to be posted at each work location. DNR has elected to work through AMERISYS, Inc., a Workers’ Compensation Managed Care Organization. Injured employees can call 1-800-900-1582 Option 2 to speak with a case manager who can assist you in obtaining medical care, finding a physician or getting you the appropriate follow-up care.

Where can I get additional information about Workers' Compensation?

You may visit the Human Resources section of the Intranet and click on the Workers' Compensation link and also refer to DNR SOP HR507 Workers' Compensation.

 

New E-Book, Georgia Parks and Natural Resources: A Guide For Educators, now available

Cover Image for E-book

An informative e-book, Georgia Parks and Natural Resources: A Guide For Educators, by Dr. Chris Greer, is now available as a free download.

Dr. Greer, a Professor of Instructional Technology at Georgia College in Milledgeville, worked closely with DNR's Office of Information Technology and Parks Division for over a year and a half to create this informative book.

This interactive downloadable E-book book takes a look at the incredible natural resources that can be found throughout the state of Georgia. 

Concentrating primarily on science and history, this media-rich book takes the reader inside various parks with text, images, and videos featuring scientists and interpretive rangers. 

The content is an excellent supplement to material that is being covered within K-12 classrooms across the state of Georgia.

Right now, the Georgia Parks and Natural Resources: A Guide For Educators e-book is available only download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. A version for Android and PC devices is forthcoming.

Example page in E-BookMulti-touch books can be read with iBooks on your Macintosh computer or iOS device. Books with interactive features may work best on an iOS device. 

To view this book, you must have an iPad with iBooks 2 or later and iOS 5 or later, or an iPhone with iOS 8.4 or later, or a Mac with OS X 10.9 or later.

For more information, please visit this link: https://itun.es/us/8sKAlb.l