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Posting Requirements 3-5
Employers must continuously post a notice to employees in one or more conspicuous places on the employer's work site advising employees that the employer is insured for workers' compensation as required by law, identifying the name of the employer's insurance carrier or stating that the employer is self-insured, and containing information about the Colorado workers' compensation system on a form prescribed or approved by the Division and furnished by the carrier or self-insured.
WC49 - Notice to Employees This poster should be displayed on the workplace premises and provides information, in English and Spanish, on possible workers' compensation entitlements.
Employers also must continuously post a notice to employees in one or more conspicuous places on the employer's work site advising employees that written notice must be given to an employer within 4 working days after an injury as set forth in 8-43-102
WC50 - Notice to Employer of Injury This poster must be displayed on the workplace premises and provides notice to the employee of the requirement to report all work-related injuries to the employer. In addition, notice is provided that benefits may be reduced if the injury results from use of a controlled substance. The poster must be at least 11x14. It may be printed on (2) 8 1/2 x 11 pages and taped together.
Failure to Comply 8-43-304 C.R.S provides that any person who violates any provision of articles 40 to 47 shall be fined not more than $500 dollars per day for each such offense. The fine is determined by the director. Fines imposed are transmitted to the state treasurer, who shall credit 75% to the general fund and 25% to the workers' compensation cash fun