Ameri-Force Emergency Contact Information
If you have been injured on the job, no matter how minor, you are required* to contact Ameri-Force. Please call your assigned Ameri-Force branch office first. If you cannot reach your branch office, contact the Risk Management specialist at the corporate office toll free at 800-522-8998 and ask to speak with Risk Management.
Reporting Workplace Incidents & Injuries
As an Ameri-Force employee you have the right and responsibility to report every injury, regardless of how minor, to Ameri-Force 7-days a week, 24-hours a day. All non-life-threatening injuries require Ameri-Force authorization for treatment from your local representative or the corporate office. If facing an immediate medical emergency (life-threatening), you are hereby authorized to seek medical treatment at the nearest medical provider. We will get you the medical treatment necessary to get you back to work in the best health, and as quickly as possible.
Natural Disasters: Communication & Procedures
Before, during or after a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, etc., remember to stay in contact with your local Ameri-Force office and personnel, or with your Risk Management Personnel. Refer to the list above for contact numbers for these situations. Ameri-Force will post specific emergency information on our web-site for all personnel to refer to, such as instructions for contacting Ameri-Force personnel in the event you are evacuated from a disaster area. We will endeavor to get you back home & to work as soon as possible after such events.
* Note: Should you fail to comply with this requirement, Ameri-Force will be relieved from liability for payment for the services rendered. Failure to report a work-related accident / injury immediately, no matter how minor, to Ameri-Force may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.