Systemwide Risk Management

Monthly Coordinator Conference Call
December 13, 2016

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Workers' Compensation

If you are injured or become ill because of your job, you may be entitled to Workers' Compensation Benefits. With almost 49,000 faculty and staff, each of the 23 campuses has a Workers' Compensation Coordinator that provides assistance if a worker or CSU volunteer becomes injured.

In 1997, the California State University Risk Management Authority (CSURMA), a Joint Powers Authority, was created to establish a risk pool program which includes Workers' Compensation benefits for all CSU campuses. The Auxiliary Organization Risk Management Alliance - Workers' Compensation Program (AORMA WC) provides similar coverage to the auxiliary organizations.

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Jacki Graf
CSURMA Workers' Compensation Claims Consultant
(415) 403-1438

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Leona Ching
(562) 951-4580
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Last update: October 11, 2016