TSA Workers Compensation
In 2016, over 823 million people traveled via US airlines, even more when we count on-foot and vehicle crossings. But then, we don’t need to tell you that. You are there day in and day out keeping our borders, airlines and citizens safe. You know the day-in day-out routine, the most common mistakes, and safety concerns.
Safety is a major concern working as a TSA agent – both for yourself and our citizens – but what happens when, despite precautions, a workplace injury occurs? TSA employees are among the most likely to report a workplace injury due to often changing workplaces, cramped working quarters and the physical strain put on your body. There are a lot of back strains, cuts from sharp objects in bags, bumps, bruises and even broken bones.
Accidents happen and we’re here to make sure that, when they do, you can count on us to take care of your body and work expertly with the DOL. Here are the many ways we are equipped for your specific needs with TSA workers’ compensation: