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What must a federal employee do when injured at work?

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Answered by Kelly Jones
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Federal employee rights

Employee should do the following -  
●Report the injury to the supervisor right away and obtain first aid as necessary 
●Complete a written report (Form CA-1 or CA-2) and give it to the supervisor; 
●If a traumatic injury is involved, and further medical treatment is needed, obtain authorization 
(Form CA-16) from the supervisor for treatment by a physician of the employee's choice. If that 
physician is not available, the employee still has the right to choose a treating physician and 
should therefore select another; 
●If a traumatic injury is involved, furnish the supervisor with medical evidence of any disability 
within 10 calendar days of claiming continuation of pay.  
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