Wash. Admin. Code § 296-19A-120 - What reports are required when vocational rehabilitation plan implementation and monitoring services are completed?

Current through Register Vol. 22-06, March 15, 2022

When plan implementation and monitoring services are completed, the vocational rehabilitation provider must submit a closing report with one of the following recommendations:

(1) Plan successfully completed. If the worker successfully completes the vocational rehabilitation plan, the closing report, at a minimum, must contain the following information:
(a) An assessment of the worker's employability status at the time of closure;
(b) A list of courses the worker completed and an assessment of the work-related skills acquired by the worker during the training plan;
(c) Whether the worker has returned to gainful employment. If so, list the job title, employer, return to work date, and monthly salary;
(d) A description of the barriers, if any, to the worker's ability to return to gainful employment; and
(e) A description of the job search assistance provided.
(2) Plan not completed, Option 2 not elected. If the worker does not successfully complete the vocational rehabilitation plan, the closing report, at a minimum, must contain the following information:
(a) An explanation of why the vocational rehabilitation plan cannot be modified or completed;
(b) An assessment of the worker's employability status at the time the plan stopped;
(c) A list of the courses completed and an assessment of the work-related skills the worker acquired during the training plan;
(d) Whether the worker has returned to work. If so, list the job title, employer, return to work date, and monthly salary; and
(e) A description of any remaining barriers that may keep the worker from returning to work.
(3) Plan not completed, Option 2 elected. When the vocational rehabilitation provider is notified that the worker elected Option 2 before completing the vocational rehabilitation plan, the closing report must contain:
(a) The approved retraining goal.
(b) The date the worker started the retraining.
(c) An outline of work-related skills the worker acquired during the training plan, if any.
(d) An outline of discussion with the worker about Option 2.
(e) Whether the worker has withdrawn from courses.

Notes

Wash. Admin. Code § 296-19A-120
Amended by WSR 17-19-089, Filed 9/19/2017, effective 10/20/2017

Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020, 51.04.030, 51.32.095, 51.32.099 and 51.32.0991 (2007 c 72). 08-06-058, § 296-19A-120, filed 2/29/08, effective 3/31/08. Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020, 51.04.030, 51.32.095, 51.36.100, 51.36.110. 03-22-030, § 296-19A-120, filed 10/28/03, effective 2/1/04; 00-18-078, § 296-19A-120, filed 9/1/00, effective 6/1/01.

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