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Chapter 8. Office of the Director
Subchapter 2. Administration of Self-Insurance Plans
Article 11. Hearing and Appeal Procedures
As used in article 11, the following definitions shall apply.
Aggrieved Party. Any person aggrieved as a result of failure to pass a Self Insurance Administrator examination pursuant to Labor Code section 3702.1(b) or the revocation of a certificate to administer pursuant to Labor Code sections 3702.1(a) or 3702.7 and as prescribed in article 12 of these regulations.
Appeals Board. A California Workers' Compensation Appeals Board.
Certificate. See section 15201 for definition.
Certificate to Administer. A Certificate of Consent to Administer issued to an administrative agency, except exempt insurance carrier, pursuant to section 3702.1 of the Labor Code.
Custodian of a Security Deposit. The Office of the State Treasurer for approved securities; the Manager of Self-Insurance Plans for surety bonds and letters of credit; a bank or financial institution for savings accounts and certificates of deposit.
Employer. Any private corporation or other private business entity or public agency as defined in Labor Code section 3300 that has or did have a Certificate of Consent to Self-Insure or any such private entity or public agency seeking a Certificate of Consent to Self Insure pursuant to Labor Code sections 3700 and 3701.
Letter of Credit, Maker of. Any financial institution providing an irrevocable letter of credit to a self-insured employer pursuant to Labor Code section 3701.
SISF. Self-Insurers' Security Fund (SISF), a nonprofit entity created pursuant to Labor Code section 3740 et seq.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 54, 55, and 3702.10, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 3300, 3700, 3701, 3701.5, 3702.1, 3702.7, 3740-3747, Labor Code; Sections 11181-11188, Government Code.
Surety. Any corporation authorized to provide surety in the State of California and providing a surety bond to a self-insured employer pursuant to Labor Code section 3701.
1. New section filed 12-17-90; operative 1-16-91 (Register 91, No. 6).
2. Amendment of definitions of “Aggrieved Party,” “Appeals Board” and “Custodian of a Security Deposit” filed 9-19-2011; operative 10-19-2011 (Register 2011, No. 38).
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