· Report to Health Services
-- When returning to work with any medical restrictions.
-- After an absence due to a work related injury.
-- After a 5-day medical absence for any cause.
-- After hospitalization or surgery.
Protection of Sensitive Unclassified Information (SUI)
The RTW Program manages information that LLNL classifies as Sensitive
Unclassified Information (SUI). There are significant differences in the
management of SUI in the RTW Program depending on whether the injury
information is work or nonwork related. This difference exists because there are
more individuals and organizations at LLNL with a "need to know" regarding
work-related injury information because of institutional responsibilities
involving administration of Workers Compensation Program and OSHA
recordkeeping requirements. The program is subject to one or more of the
· California Information Practices Act.
· California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act.
· Federal Privacy Act.
The RTW Program manages information in accordance with all applicable
statutes and will adhere to the following Laboratory procedures for Sensitive
· Ensure that all necessary precautions are taken to safeguard the
confidentiality of personal and confidential information about
· Ensure all records maintained on paper or microfilm/microfiche are
locked in files, safes, or other secured places.
· Take care when working with the records that unauthorized persons
do not gain access inadvertently.
· Secure records so as to never leave them on a desk or table when
unattended by an individual authorized to have access to the
· Establish, as necessary, written procedures to safeguard the
confidentiality of records.