Protection for Workers Hurt on the Job.
The Worker's Compensation and Occupational Disease Act of Indiana provides protection for University employees who are injured while carrying out assigned duties both on the premises of the University and while traveling on University business.
When You Need Immediate Treatment:
Where to go, how to get there
Key Information about Worker's Compensation
- What does worker's compensation do for me? What are the benefits?
- What should I do when I'm injured or get sick on the job?
- How do I get treatment? Who pays for my treatment?
- What if I'm off work? How do I get paid?
Read our full list of frequently asked questions, or choose from the categories above.
- JWF Specialty, 800-359-6659 or 317-706-9591 (JWF Specialty manages Purdue's worker's compensation program)
- Worker's Compensation Administrator in Purdue HR Service Center, 765-494-0306
- Radiological and Environmental Management (REM) Web Site
(For OSHA reporting and other safety information)
- Pay Practices for Employees on Worker's Compensation/Disability (Business office use)
- Short Term Disability Procedures
- Long Term Disability Procedures