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Posted by Jerry
on October 05, 2000 at 01:48:22:
In Reply to: Re: CTS and the Postal Service posted by dale on March 20, 2000 at 10:44:35:
: : : I've just finished getting the results from my EMG and it shows mild CTS in the left and moerate CTS in the right. I want to report it to my employer,the USPS, but I'm not sure how to do it.I'd like to hear from another employee who has dealt with them,So I'll know what to expect and how to go about it.
: : : Thanks for any info. Also if there are any support organization with the union in regard to this
: you definitely want to report it becasue it probably will only get worse. tell your supervisor and he will get all the forms to you to fill out. also he will ask you if you think it is work related and you tell him it is. At that point you need iformation from the doctor stating such.
Ask your supervisor for a CA2 to report an occupational injury. Do not let your supervisor intimidate you in any way. I had no problem getting my left hand approved but when I filled out CA2 for right hand years later they gave me the run around . Contact me if you want to know what I did on the same situation with Usps.
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