December 6, 2021 at 9:00 am
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Call to Order
- Carol Isen, Chair, Human Resources Director, represented by Ian Hart
- Ashley Groffenberger, Budget Director, Mayor’s Office, represented by Anna Duning
- Carmen Chu, City Administrator, represented by Kelly Hernandez
- Caryn Bortnick, Deputy Executive Director, San Francisco Employee Retirement System
- Todd Rydstrom, Deputy Controller, Controller’s Office
- Lorenzo Donati, Deputy City Attorney
01: Discussion Item
Public comment on matters appearing on the agenda
02: Action Item
Approval (with possible modifications) of the minutes from September 13, 2021 meeting
A draft version of the minutes was provided to the council members prior to the meeting
- Staff Recommendation: Approve draft minutes
03: Discussion Item
Report from Workers’ Compensation Division (WCD)
- Report on 1st Quarter 2021-22 Claim Costs, Claim Frequency, and Cause
- Report on Organizational Performance
- Report on Organizational Projects & Initiatives
04: Discussion Item
Report from SFMTA Workers’ Compensation Division
- COVID-19 Claim Update
- 12 Month Claim Trends
05: Discussion Item
Opportunity to place items on future agendas
06: Discussion Item
Opportunity for the public to comment on any matters within the council’s jurisdiction
Date for Upcoming Workers’ Compensation Council Meeting: March 7, 2022
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Summary of Rules Regarding Public Comment
- A member of the public has up to three minutes to make pertinent public comments on any matter within the Workers’ Compensation council’s jurisdiction at the designated time at the end of the meeting.
- Please state and spell your name prior to beginning your comments.