input from more than one HCP, or the employer and employee may each do so, shark all over printed doormat and in such cases, the rule requires the employer to rely on the one judged by the employer to be most authoritative.
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became ill on the last day before the weekend or other scheduled time off and returns on the scheduled return date, the employer must make a reasonable shark all over printed doormat effort to determine whether or not the employee would have been able to work on any or all of those days, and must count the days and enter them on the Log based on that determination. In this situation, the employer need not count days on which the employee would have been able to work, but did not, because the facility was closed, or the employee was not scheduled to work, or for other reasons unrelated to the injury or illness. Paragraph 1904.6 recognizes the role of physicians and
other licensed health care professionals that the employer may choose to rely on when tracking a “new case” or making a continuation of an old case determination. If a physician or other licensed health care professional determines that an injury or illness has been resolved, the employer must consider the case to be resolved and record as a new case any episode that causes the signs and symptoms to recur as a result of exposure in the workplace. On the other hand, if the HCP consulted by the employer determines that the case is a chronic illness of the type addressed by paragraph 1904.6, the employer would not record the case again. In either case, the employer would evaluate it for work-relatedness and then determine whether the original entry requires updating or the case meets the recording criteria. Paragraph also recognizes that the employer may ask for