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Safety & Risk Management

Injury prevention and cost containment through collaboration. 

The Safety and Risk Management Division is focused toward the mission of maximizing the efficiency of County staff and minimizing the County’s exposure to financial and labor related losses. The objective of the Employee Safety component of the division is to work closely with all County departments to provide St. Louis County employees with a work environment that is as free as practicable from recognized hazards. Specific division efforts focused toward achieving this objective include:

  • Monitoring Compliance: Monitoring compliance with County safety rules, MNOSHA safety and health standards and Federal OSHA requirements

  • Safety Programs: Developing and implementing written safety programs for County facilities;
    Investigating, correcting, and reducing unsafe or unhealthy working conditions and potential hazards

  • Inspection: Conducting periodic safety and health inspections of work areas, and facilities;Representing the County during investigations conducted by State and Federal OSHA staff

  • Training and Reporting: Organizing and presenting safety and health related training;
    Investigating and reporting accidents, hazardous incidents, and near misses involving County employees and facilities.

  • Evaluation: Evaluating the effectiveness of the County’s safety program

Workers’ Compensation Health Care Provider Health Care Claim Submission Information (Note: this is for St. Louis County employees only)

St. Louis County
c/o PMA Customer Service Center
PO Box 5231
Janesville, WI  53547-5231
Fax: 800-432-9762
Phone: 866-450-3898 (press #3)
Payer ID: WCAS99204

For dates of injury or claim number information, please call:
St. Louis County Safety & Risk Management
Workers’ Compensation
(218) 726-2613


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