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TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Florida Division of Workers' Compensation has announced a workshop on the Notice of Proposed Rule Amendment for the Division of Workers' Compensation Rule 69L-6.007, Compensation Notice, for Tuesday, June 29, 2010 @ 1:00 pm in Room 2100, Alexander Building, 2020 Capital Circle SE, Tallahassee, Florida.
By law every employer who has secured workers' compensation insurance must post in its place of business a workers' compensation notice and an Anti-Fraud Reward Program notice. The DWC by rule prescribes the form of the notices and requires carriers to provide the notices to policyholders. Currently, Rule 69L-6.007 requires carriers to furnish employers with a compensation notice, commonly referred to as the "broken arm poster" and incorporates the Anti-Fraud Reward Program notice poster. The proposed rule amendment would update the rule and adopt the revised workers' compensation notice posters, including the Spanish version of the poster.
View the preliminary text of the proposed rule
Source: Florida Division of Workers' Compensation