State Active Duty

About State Active Duty

When the Governor calls on the National Guard, Alaska State Defense Force, or Naval Militia to respond to a disaster or other emergency, the state is obligated to compensate members of the Guard or Militia for the time spent in state active duty. Members are called by their command, orders are written and delivered to DAS. DAS calculates the pay earned based on statute and federal compensation rates. This calculation is controlled by AS 26.05.260.

Standard Operating Procedures

Workers Compensation Information

WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND YOU - INFORMATION FOR INJURED WORKERS

The purpose of this web brochure is to give a brief explanation of some basic information that you should know if you are injured on the job. You should read it carefully to make sure that you know both your rights and your responsibilities. Workers compensation is a program that requires your employer to provide medical benefits, disability benefits and re-employment benefits if you are injured, or become ill, where the injury or illness is caused by the work you performed for your employer. In cases involving fatalities, dependents may be eligible for death benefits. Should you need additional information after reading this brochure, please contact the Division of Workers Compensation at (907) 465-2790 in Juneau, (907) 269-4980 in Anchorage or (907) 451-2889 in Fairbanks or visit the website at https://labor.alaska.gov/wc/wc-and-you.htm.


Once an Employee Report of Occupational Injury or Illness to Employer is filed, all questions regarding the claim must be directed to the Third-Party Claims Administrator — Penser North America, Inc. at the information below.
Penser North America, Inc.

PO Box 241148
Anchorage, AK 99524
Toll Free: 1-844-463-2727
Main: 907-313-7650
Fax: 907-302-3803

Additional information can be located on the Alaska Department of Administration, Division of Risk Management website.

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