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Workers' Comp Procedure

Last updated on Aug 21, 2018

Employee/Student Workers' Industrial Injury Procedure:

Employees must notify their supervisor and Human Resources immediately if a work-related injury or illness occurs, no matter how minor. CCA wants to be sure that its employees receive proper care. There are also strict guidelines for properly reporting illness and injuries. Delay in reporting could cause delay or nonpayment of treatment. As an injured worker, it is your responsibility to report accurate and timely information and to follow the procedure listed below:

  1. In case of an emergency, dial 911 or seek immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency facility.
  2. Notify Human Resources (Human Resources 510.594.3700 #3) of any work-related injury or illness. Should the injury or illness occur after hours or if immediate medical attention is required, Public Safety (415.703.9510) should be contacted for assistance.
  3. In some cases, first aid will be all that is needed and an injury report will be completed by HR and kept on file.
  4. If medical treatment is required or desired, the injured employee will be referred to one of the medical facilities listed below. Human Resources will provide the necessary forms and authorization for treatment. DWC1 must be completed if medical care is provided.

Authorized Medical Treatment Centers:

San Francisco

St. Francis Health Center- 24 Willie Mays Plaza, SF

Kaiser Occupational Health Center- 601 Van Ness Ave. Opera Plaza Mezzanine Level, Ste 2008, SF

Kaiser SF Medical Center- 2238 Geary Blvd., 3rd Floor, Injury Center, SF

After-hours Emergency:

California Pacific Medical Center, St. Luke’s Campus 3555 Cesar Chavez Street, SF


Emeryville Occupational Medicine Clinic- 6001 Shellmound St., Ste. 850, Emeryville

Kaiser Occupational Health Center- 3701 Broadway, Ste 501, Oakland

US Healthworks- 2850 – 7th St., Ste. 100, Berkeley

After-hours Emergency:

Alta Bates Summit Medical Care- 350 Hawthorne Ave., Oakland