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CNA's Return To Work/Stay at Work Program

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What is Return to Work?
A Return to Work (RTW) program can be a company’s answer to reducing lost productivity and correlating expenses when an employee is injured on the job. A successful RTW effort will help employees return to work as soon as medically appropriate by enhancing the recovery process.

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Download one of the guides below (PDF) to begin your company’s return-to-work efforts.


Additional Return to Work/Stay at Work Resources

Identify Preferred Providers to Deliver Quality, Cost-Effective Care
Preferred providers can treat an injury earlier to support an enhanced recovery process, and assist in reducing downtime. Knowing the right providers to access before an accident occurs can reduce an employee’s time away from work if they become injured.

Access our Preferred Provider Network to find qualified, preferred medical doctors who can work with your injured employees to help them remain on the job or return to work as soon as medically appropriate.

Contractors

Contractor's Injury Management Toolbox
Get the tools you need to maintain a safe job site and respond to accidents when they happen.

Take the first step toward creating a safer work environment by opening the  Contractor's Injury Management Toolbox (PDF) 

 

Use Return-to-Work Job Banks to Design Medically Appropriate Work Solutions
These pages offer comprehensive, industry-specific job descriptions, enabling you and your employees  to understand what’s physically involved in the job so they can design medically appropriate solutions that may help minimize the number of days an employee is away from work as a result of an injury. 

Prevent Accidents Before They Occur
There are simple ways to help your employees avoid accidents before they occur, and CNA’s experienced Risk Control consultants have developed self-help tools you can use to help improve the safety of your workplace.

Use the materials below (PDF) to learn easy ways you can protect your employees from common injuries.


To learn more about starting a return-to-work program for your company,
contact CNA toll free at 866-262-0540.
 


Calculate Your Savings

CNA offers online tools to that  may help your company manage its  workers' compensation costs.




After Injury Resources
These resources (PDF) will help guide you after an employee becomes injured. These documents will show you the steps to take to help injured employees return to work as soon as medically appropriate.