What workers’ compensation notices must be given to employees?
Employers must provide three notices. One notice indicates that the employer has worker’s compensation insurance; the name of the insurance carrier and the date the policy expires. The second notice indicates that the employee, prior to the date of an industrial injury, may select a physician of his/her own choice to provide medical care from the date of injury. The third notice (Labor Code §3553) requires every employer provide to every employee who is a victim of a crime at the place of employment, a notice which indicates that the employee is eligible for worker’s compensation including for psychiatric injuries.