C.2.4 Employees Returning to Work after Work and Non Work Related
Supervisors shall contact Health Services when
· Any employee returns to work with a medical restriction written by a
non-LLNL clinician for a work or nonwork-related medical problem.
· Any employee who may have experienced a work-related injury or
Additionally, and as required under Section G.III.7 (Return to Work Following
Sick Leave) of the LLNL Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual, supervisors shall
assure that employees report to Health Services upon returning to work after
· A work-related injury or illness involving one or more days of lost
· A nonwork-related injury or illness involving five consecutive days of
lost work time.
· A nonwork-related injury or illness that required hospitalization or
C.2.5 Procedures for Employees with Work-related Injuries or Illnesses
Requiring Temporary Accommodation
When it is determined by the Health Services treating clinician or the employee's
personal physician that an employee cannot fully perform his/her usual and
customary duties due to an occupational injury or illness, the following will
The employee will
· Report to Health Services and be evaluated by a clinician for return to
work, including sharing any written communications from his/her
personal physician regarding work status issues.
· Work with his/her supervisor and RTW Manager to facilitate
transition back to work.
· Read and sign the Temporary Accommodation Agreement provided
by the RTW manager.
· Report to the temporary work assignment, whether it is a modified
assignment or a new assignment.