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On-the-Job Training Agreement Card
This card is used by an OJT Apprenticeship program ONLY. To receive this form, you must contact the Apprenticeship Section.

Form
F100-019-000
 
Request for Change of Status - Apprenticeship/Training Agreements and Training Agents

Used to request a change of status for apprentices, the training agreements or the training agents. These are normally accompanied by Committee meeting minutes when submitted.



Form
F100-021-000
 
On-The-Job Training Work Hours

Used to report the work hours for an on-the-job training employee.



Form
F100-229-000
 
Approved Training Agent

Used to allow an employer to train apprentices as part of a Registered Apprenticeship program.



Form
F100-508-000
 
Notice to Attending Physician of Apprentice / On-the-Job-Training Accident / Incident

A notice to the attending physician that the individual is a Registered Apprentice and to attach this form to the Accident Report of Industry Injury or Occupational Disease (F242-130-000).



Form
F100-511-000
 
Related Supplemental Instruction / On-the-Job Training Hours

Used to track apprentices/trainees on-the-job training hours.



Form
F100-518-000
 
Training Agent Agreement and Understanding of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Requirements of the Apprenticeship Committee - Alternate Selection Process

This should be signed by all employers who are Training Agents with Apprenticeship Programs that use an Alternate Selection Process. This also explains their obligations and rights as part of this process.



Form
F100-523-000
 
On-the-Job Training
Postcard: For employers; summarizes the benefits of providing on-the-job training to an injured worker. The other side is for injured workers who want to return to work; explains how on-the-job training can help them. Includes website address and contact information.

Publication
F200-021-000
 
Request for Manuals from Claims Training

Fillable form to purchase the Workers’ Compensation Adjudicator (WCA), Claims Management (CM), and Policy Manuals (all 3 manuals on 1 CD) the costs will be added up automatically, the total amount enclosed column will be the amount you need to send as payment.



Form
F241-021-000
 
Stay at Work Expense Reimbursement Application for Employers Tools, Clothing, Training.

Employer of record can request reimbursement for tools, clothing, or training expenses required to enable an injured worker to return to light duty or transitional work. After completing the form, the employer submits it, along with supporting documentation, to the Stay at Work program for review and approval. For wage reimbursements see F243-001-000.



Form
F243-003-000
 
Statement for Retraining and Job Modification Services

Bill form for providers that bill the department for claim-related retraining and job modification services. See the General Provider Billing Manual (248-100-000) for information on completing this form.



Form
F245-030-000
 
Vocational Training Plan Ownership Agreement for Tools and Equipment

Injured worker agrees to the ownership terms of the tools and/or equipment purchased as part of their training plan by L&I.



Form
F245-351-000
 
Training Plan Cost Encumbrance

To record the training costs. For use only with plans approved after 1/1/2008.



Form
F245-374-000
 
Option 2 Vocational Benefits Training Enrollment Application and Verification

State fund workers who have selected Option 2 and closed their claim can use this form to apply for access to their Option 2 training funds. To seek reimbursement, use form F245-030-000 Statement for Retraining and Job Modification Services.



Form
F280-024-000

Alt Language(s):
English/Español
 
Option 2 Vocational Benefits Training Enrollment Application/Aplicación y Verificación del Registro (English/Spanish)

State fund workers who have selected Option 2 and closed their claim can use this form to apply for access to their Option 2 training funds. To seek reimbursement, use form F245-030-000 Statement for Retraining and Job Modification Services.



Form
F280-024-909

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
On the Job Training Accountability Agreement

This form is for OJT training plans, and must be signed by the worker and VRC then sent in along with your training plan to L&I for approval. For non-OJT retraining plans, please refer to form F280-016-000.



Form
F280-029-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Are You an Employer Who Can Provide On-the-Job Training?
Fact sheet: Explains how employers play an important role in helping injured or ill workers return to meaningful employment and a productive life by offering on-the-job training opportunities.

Publication
F280-033-000
 
On-The-Job Training (OJT) Worksheet for Vocational Providers

On-The-Job Training (OJT) Worksheet for Vocational Providers



Form
F280-039-000
 
Non-accredited or Unlicensed Training Provider Application Supplemental Requirements

Used by non-accredited or unlicensed training providers in order to be reviewed for approval to become a training provider for Washington injured workers. Must be submitted with the Provider Account Application (F248-011-000).



Form
F280-045-000
 
Forklift Safety: Training requirements and helpful tips

Fact sheet: Provides answers to the most-often asked questions about forklift training. Includes a checklist that employer may use to document that employees have been trained and/or evaluated in the required topics.



Publication
F417-202-000
 
Application for a 0% Supervision Modified Electrical Training Certificate & Specialty Examination

Covers 03A, 06B, 07A, 07B, 07C, 07D, 07E, and 10 specialty licenses.



Form
F500-097-000
 
Application / Renewal for an Electrical Training Certificate

This the application for an Electrical Training Certificate or the renewal of. (This does NOT make you a registered apprentice).



Form
F626-048-000
 
Safety Comes Thru Job Training
A supervisor having a discussion with his crew. Get poster printing tips.

Poster
FSP0-901-000
 
Apprenticeship Complaint (Not for Apprenticeship Appeals)

Used to file a complaint on a apprenticeship program, committee, training agent, etc. NOT be used by Apprentices appealing Committee Decisions.



Form
F100-505-000
 
Travel Reimbursement Request - (Spanish) Solicitud para el Reembolso de Gastos de Viaje

Injured workers use this form to request reimbursement for travel expenses used to receive treatment, retraining and/or vocational services.



Form
F245-145-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Pre-Job Accommodation Assistance Application

For use by a therapist or vocational provider to request job modification for an injured worker before the injured workers is employed, possibly in a retraining program. This may involve tools and equipment that is purchased through L&I.



Form
F245-350-000
 
Assessment Closing Report

Used by only private sector vocational rehabilitation providers to document vocational assessment to determine if a worker is employable based upon transferable skills or needs further vocational services such as retraining.



Form
F252-029-000
 
Accountability Agreement

This document provides the facts necessary to make an informed decision regarding vocational retraining benefits and explains the responsibilities you and your vocational counselor (VRC) have. For OJT retraining plans, please refer to form F280-029-000.



Form
F280-016-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Accountability Agreement - (Spanish) Acuerdo de Responsabilidad

This document provides the facts necessary to make an informed decision regarding vocational retraining benefits and explains the responsibilities you and your vocational counselor (VRC) have.



Form
F280-016-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Carrying Out Your Vocational Plan: Your Rights and Responsibilities During Plan Implementation
Booklet: Explains the basics of the plan implementation phase of vocational services to injured workers. L&I sends this booklet to injured workers once the vocational plan they submitted is approved. Information about continuing with the vocational plan or selecting Option 2 to decline retraining is included.

Publication
F280-019-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Carrying Out your Vocational Plan: Your Rights and Responsibilities During Plan Implementation -- Spanish (Llevando a cabo su Plan vocacional: Sus derechos y responsabilidades durante el Plan de Implementación, Servicios de rehabilitación vocacional)
Booklet: Explains the basics of the plan implementation phase of vocational services to injured workers. L&I sends this booklet to injured workers once the vocational plan they submitted is approved. Information about continuing with the vocational plan or selecting Option 2 to decline retraining is included.

Publication
F280-019-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
OJT Information Request and Recommendation form

VRCs can use this form to request information on a specific on -the -job (OJT) training opportunity listed on L&I's website, or to recommend an OJT training opportunity.



Form
F280-032-000
 
Option 2: What You Need to Know, Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Booklet: Explains what happens when an individual selects "Option 2" and choose not to participate in the approved training plan.

Publication
F280-036-000
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-000

Alt Language(s):
中国的
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Vietnamese)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-555

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Español
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Korean)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-777

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
Español
Việt
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Chinese)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-888

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Comunicación sobre Peligros Químicos: Información Útil para los Empleadores

Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.



Publication
F413-012-999

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Việt
 
Cholinesterase Monitoring Reimbursement Request

Employers use this form to request reimbursement for the reasonable costs of training, travel, recordkeeping, and medical expenses for Cholinesterase Monitoring.



Form
F413-062-000
 
Forklift Safety Guide
Book: Provides general information on kinds of forklifts, principles of physics that apply to forklifts, training requirements for forklift operators, basic operator safety rules, dangers of carbon monoxide, and safety while servicing a forklift.

Publication
F417-031-000
 
A Safe and Healthy Workplace Begins with You
Pamphlet: Provides an overview of employers' responsibilities for workplace safety and health in Washington State. Covers free L&I services, including workplace consultations, online training and prevention resources and required posters. Intended for new businesses or businesses hiring employees for the first time.

Publication
F417-210-000
 
Safety & Health Video Library & Resource Center
Pamphlet: Introduces the center and available services. You can borrow safety training videos and DVDs and order workplace posters. Also contains contact information.

Publication
F417-222-000
 
Workplace Safety and Health Pocket Guide

Pocket guide: Provides links to online information, including safety and health consultations, how to develop a safety program, reporting hazards and injuries, other safety training, and information for teen workers.



Publication
F417-241-000
 
Q&A: Cranes, Rigging and Personnel Lifting Rule, Chapter 296-155 WAC, Part L

Q&A Factsheet: Answers to questions crane or derrik operators/owners might have regarding vehicle/operator certification and training required for cranes and derriks based on possible construction site scenerios.



Publication
F417-245-000
 
Questions and Answers about Electrical Safety
Fact Sheet: Answers questions about training and certification/licensing requirements for those who perform electrical installations, and electrical work that requires a permit and inspection.

Publication
F500-110-000
 
How to Become a Certified Electrician: What You Need to Know about Certification in Washington State
Fact sheet: Provides information about getting a trainee card and outlines the electrical training and experience required to be certified as an electrician in Washington State.

Publication
F500-117-000
 
Facts about Medical Gas Piping Installer Endorsement
Fact sheet: Explains training requirements and the endorsement process for medical gas piping installers.

Publication
F627-026-000
 
Youth in Construction - English/Spanish (Adolescentes en construcción)
Booklet/pamphlet: Explains the limits on work teens under age 18 can perform in the construction industry, discusses the importance of training and emphasizes safety. Includes a checklist of "do's" and "don'ts" for employers, plus other resources.

Publication
F700-145-909
 
Travel Reimbursement Request - Crime Victims
If you are considered a victim of crime, use this form to track your travel expenses for medical, retraining or vocational services or for an independent medical exam. You should have approval from your claim manager before you travel.

Form
F800-049-000
 
Statement for Crime Victim Miscellaneous Services

Used by the provider or supplier for reimbursement of the following services - dental, glasses, home health, nursing home serivces, medical equipment, prosthetics-orthotics, transportation, vocational, retraining and other.



Form
F800-076-000
 
Job Site Safety: Wear Your Hard Hat
Poster: Visual reminder you can print for posting at appropriate job sites and use in safety training, crew or safety committee meetings.

Poster
FSP0-907-000
 
Apprenticeship Agreement

Used by the registered apprenticeship program to setup an agreement with the apprentice.



Form
F100-016-000
 
The Apprenticeship Advantage: Earn While You Learn!
Fact sheet: Introduces apprenticeship to younger people. Explains the benefits of apprenticeship, a program of study where apprentices earn wages while learning a skilled profession. Includes contact information for L&I's apprenticeship coordinators around the state.

Publication
F100-022-000
 
Self-Insurance Vocational Services Closing Cover Sheet
Used by self-insured employers, their representatives, and vocational counselors to summarize the outcome of a vocational rehabilitation plan when submitting the closing report.

Form
F207-171-000
 
Statement for Miscellaneous Services

This bill form is used by providers and injured workers to bill the department for services such as dental care; glasses; medical equipment; nursing home services; interpreter services; services workers pay for out of pocket; and other services. Information on how to bill the department can be found in the General Provider Billing Manual [F248-100-000].

 



Form
F245-072-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Travel Reimbursement Request

Bill form for use by workers to request reimbursement for authorized travel expenses.



Form
F245-145-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Intent to Hire Preferred Worker
Used by employers when hiring a preferred worker. This form must be received within 60 days of the hiring and the Preferred Worker Employer's Job Description (F280-022-000) form must be attached.

Form
F280-010-000
 
Preferred Worker Program

Pamphlet/booklet: Describes the Preferred Worker Program and the benefits employers receive when hiring a preferred workers. Iin general, these are workers whose work-related injury or occupational disease prevents them from returning to their old job.



Publication
F280-021-000

Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Preferred Worker Program-Spanish (Programa con Incentivos para Reemplear Trabajadores Lesionados)

Pamphlet/booklet: Describes the Preferred Worker Program and the benefits employers receive when hiring a preferred workers. In general, these are workers whose work-related injury or occupational disease prevents them from returning to their old job.



Publication
F280-021-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
Affidavit of Experience

This affidavit is used to record the hours of a trainee's electrical experience with direct supervision under a Washington certified journeyman, master or specialty electrician.



Form
F500-043-000
 
Washington State Apprenticeship Programs Catalog
Book: Provides an overview of apprenticeship, explains general requirements, lists the apprenticeship programs in Washington State and, and provides contact information. The version available online may contain more up-to-date information than the June 2012 printed edition.

Publication
F100-041-000
 
Self-Insurance Vocational Reporting Form

Used by self-insured employers and their representatives to report to L&I an injured worker's eligibility for vocational services or ability to work. This replaces F207-121-000 Employability Assessment Report (EAR).



Form
F207-190-000
 
Apprenticeship Advantage poster
Poster: Introduces apprenticeship, especially for younger people. Promotes the benefits of apprenticeship and includes contact information to learn more.

Poster
F100-526-000
 
Safety and Health Workshops

Pamphlet/Brochure: Introduces free workshops to help employers prevent workplace injuries and control workers' compensation costs. Includes course descriptions, and how to register.



Publication
F416-036-000
 
Comparing Career Pathways

Fact sheet: Assists high school students and their parents by comparing the benefits of registered apprenticeship to a traditional university or college program. Compares wages, costs, and length of study.



Publication
F100-531-000
 





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