Education and Resources
PTSD for First Responders
Effective October 1, 2018, employing agencies of first responders are required to provide mental health training per section 112.1815(6), F.S.
Speakers from the Compliance Bureau are available to provide information about coverage requirements and enforcement actions, upon request. For contractors licensed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, an hour toward the Workers' Compensation continuing education requirement can be awarded. Please contact BOCSeminars@MyFloridaCFO.com with your request.
OSHA and the USF Safety Florida Consultation Program have joined the Division to provide Workers' Compensation and Workplace Safety classes and webinars. These are available to business owners, contractors and everyone who is responsible for assuring that workers' compensation and workplace safety is a priority.
Two types of training opportunities are available:
- Webinars are held quarterly.
- In person seminars are conducted upon request.
Both seminars and webinars provide the same material and information for participants.
Continuing Education Units
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available to individuals licensed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR)
- Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB)
- Electrical Contractors Licensing Board (ECLB)
- Workers' Compensation "Broken Arm" poster: English | Spanish
- List of Federal & State poster/notice Requirements is available from the Florida Department for Economic Opportunity
- National Disaster Guides are available from DFS, Division of Consumer Services
- Certification of Employer Workplace Safety Program Premium Credit Application
- USF Safety Florida Consultation Program offers complimentary, confidential, and on-site consultation.
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- For detailed information regarding the Workers’ Compensation system, please visit the Workers' Compensation System Guide
- For more information related to a Drug-Free Workplace, please see the Employer's Guide to a Drug-Free Workplace
- For instructions in paying a penalty assessed as a result of an enforcement action, please see the Online Penalty Payment Service Employer Instructions
- Frequently Asked Questions
- National Drug Free Workplace Alliance
- SCOPES Classifications or Experience Modification Factors -
National Council on Compensation Insurance (1-800-622-4123)
- Florida Workers' Compensation Joint Underwriting Association (1-941-378-7400)