(On-the-Job Injury or Illness)
and the Workers' Compensation Law
- Prove It to Move It Program - WC & DB proof requirements for gov't permits, licenses or contracts.
- Restriction on Issue of Permits and the Entering of Contracts Unless Compensation Is Secured
- Out-of-State Companies Working in New York State
- WC/DB Exemptions
- Debarment Lists
- Stop-Work Orders
Stop Work Orders
WCL §141-b states that a business may be issued a stop work order (which requires the immediate cessation of all business activities) if workers' compensation coverage is not in place or if there is any outstanding debt owed to the Board. Receipt of a stop work order may lead to debarment from any State, municipal or public body Public Works contract or subcontract for 1 year (5 years for felony conviction).