Members should be aware that it is not mandatory to enter all details of an accident into the OSH Kiosk themselves to receive benefits under A.C.C.

There is a requirement to report all accidents, but this can be achieved by filling out a 432A Form located on Firenet under “Forms” Health & Safety, and either handing the form to the Station OSH Rep. or faxing direct to the Claims Management Unit at National headquarters.

Members need to be aware though that for the claims process to be started, one of the three options above needs to be done.

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