Worker's Compensation Information for ART Payroll Personnel

This notice is for all personnel for whom ART Payroll provides services in the United States.

Stunt work must be approved by ART Payroll's workers compensation insurance carrier prior to production.

Work in North Dakota must be approved by ART Payroll Prior to production.

If an employee injury occurs at work, call Medcor at 1-800-775-5866 and be sure to identify ART Payroll as the employer.

For life-threatening injuries, call 911.

Click here to download the Refusal of Treatment form.

Note that this service is only for ART Payroll employees who are injured at work and should not be used for any other personnel, clients, or customers of your company. Medcor provides triage suitable for most injuries, but is not a 911 system for life-threatening situations.

When Employee Injury Occurs: If a supervisor is on-site, the injured employee should immediately contact the supervisor, and the supervisor initiates the phone call together with the injured employee. If no supervisor is available, the injured employee should contact Medcor's triage service directly. Likewise, if the injured employee is not able to make the call, then the supervisor should call Medcor on the employee's behalf. To be most beneficial the call should be made as soon as possible after the injury occurs. Please identify that ART Payroll is the employer. After calling Medcor, please notify ART Payroll that Medcor has been informed of the injury.

Call Medcor at 1-800-775-5866 - 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Always call 911 first for any potential life-threatening situations.

Potentially life-threatening conditions include:

  • Choking
  • Unconscious or disoriented
  • Severe bleeding
  • Off balance, unable to walk
  • Hot, dry skin
  • Seizure or convulsion
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Profuse sweating
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Any other problem you feel may be an emergency!

Injury Assessment: A nurse will answer the call and speak with the supervisor first, then privately with the injured employee. Following speciall-designed protocols, the nurse will determine the seriousness and the nature of the injury, and the best way to address it. medcor can access interpreters to assist with over 200 languages when necessary. Depending on the situation, the employee may be guided in first aid ("self-care"), allowed back to work, or may be referred off-site to a designated medical facility for further evaluation and treatment.

Follow-Up: medcor staff strongly encourages employees to call back with any questions, changes in conditions, or concernes. 1-800-775-5866 - 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Triage Report Information: Whenever a triage call is placed, certain information must be collected to properly identify the employee and complete the reporting requirements. The information is kept confidential and is released only to those who have a right to access it. this information is typically forwarded to the employer's workers' compensation claims administrator within minutes of the call so they can assume management of the case. The required information includes:

  • Company (ART Payroll)
  • Facility
  • Injured employee's name, department, supervisor, and work phone number
  • Employee's home phone number (for follow-up if neccessary)
  • Employee's social security number (to distinguish records from other persons with the same or similar name)
  • Employee's age in years or date of birth
  • Time and date when injury occurred
  • Incident location
  • Description of how the injury occurred.

If you have any other coverage or claim related questions contact us at (603) 367-9955.