California Labor Code Division 4.7 - Retraining and Rehabilitation

  • Section 6200.
    Every public agency, its insurance carrier, and the State Department of Rehabilitation shall jointly formulate procedures for the selection and orderly referral of injured full-time...
  • Section 6201.
    The employer or insurance carrier shall notify the injured employee of the availability of rehabilitation services in those cases where there is continuing disability of...
  • Section 6202.
    The initiation of a rehabilitation plan shall be the joint responsibility of the injured employee, and the employer or the insurance carrier.(Added by Stats. 1971,...
  • Section 6203.
    If a rehabilitation plan requires an injured employee to attend an educational or medical facility away from his home, the injured employee shall be paid...
  • Section 6204.
    An injured employee agreeing to a rehabilitation plan shall cooperate in carrying it out. On his unreasonable refusal to comply with the provisions of the...
  • Section 6205.
    The injured employee may agree with his employer or insurance carrier upon a rehabilitation plan without submission of such plan for approval to the State...
  • Section 6206.
    The injured employee shall receive such medical and vocational rehabilitative services as may be reasonably necessary to restore him to suitable employment.(Added by Stats. 1971,...
  • Section 6207.
    The injured employee s rehabilitation benefit is an additional benefit and shall not be converted to or replace any workmen s compensation benefit available to...
  • Section 6208.
    The initiation and acceptance of a rehabilitation program shall be voluntary and not compulsory upon the employer, the insurance carrier, or the injured employee.(Added by...

Last modified: September 9, 2016