SB1524 – budget procedures; budget reconciliation; 2017-2018 was signed by the Governor on May 12, 2017. This bill provides ADOA RMD with an exemption for rulemaking pertaining to the agency deductible. Risk Management is working on an implementation plan and will post additional information as it becomes available.
The JLBC has informed RMD of the following: Agency appropriation levels were not changed for this specific issue, so they won't lose their prior funding. However, note that the ADOA billed amount will be for less, thus allowing Agencies to retain appropriation to pay for claims under $2500.
ADOA-Risk Management Division is proposing changes to Title 2, Chapter 10 of the Arizona Administrative Code (State Risk rules). Click here to review language.
- Document with our responses to questions/comments received about ADOA-RMD’s proposed changes to Title 2, Chapter 10 of the Arizona Administrative Code (State Risk rules).
Effective August 1, 2015 the procedure for reporting industrial injuries has changed. State of Arizona Workers’ Compensation has partnered up with CorVel to guide employees to the appropriate level of care for any on-the-job injuries. See the Workers' Compensation page for reporting information.
Risk Management Fiscal Year Annual Reports: 2016 2017
Public Safety Officers Supplemental Plan Report: 2016
State Agency Guidance:
Risk Management Rules AAC Title 2, Chapter 10