PART 301—INMATE ACCIDENT
301.101 Purpose and scope.
301.103 Inmate work assignments.
301.104 Medical attention.
301.105 Investigation and report of injury.
301.106 Repetitious accidents.
Subpart B—Lost-Time Wages
301.202 Determination of work-relatedness.
301.203 Payment of lost-time wages.
301.204 Continuation of lost-time wages.
301.205 Appeal of determination.
Subpart C—Compensation for Work-
Related Physical Impairment or Death
301.301 Compensable and noncompensable
301.302 Work-related death.
301.303 Time parameters for filing a claim.
301.304 Representation of claimant.
301.305 Initial determination.
301.306 Appeal of determination.
301.307 Notice, time and place of committee
301.308 Committee reconsideration.
301.309 In-person hearing before the com-
301.311 Expenses associated with appearance
at committee hearing.
301.312 Notice of committee determination.
301.313 Chief Operating Officer review.
301.314 Establishing the amount of award.
301.315 Review of entitlement.
301.316 Subsequent incarceration of com-
301.317 Medical treatment following release.
301.318 Civilian compensation laws distin-
301.319 Exclusiveness of remedy.
AUTHORITY: 18 U.S.C. 4126, 28 CFR 0.99, and
by resolution of the Board of Directors of
Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
SOURCE: 55 FR 9296, Mar. 12, 1990, unless
§ 301.101 Purpose and scope.
Pursuant to the authority granted at
18 U.S.C. 4126, the procedures set forth
in this part govern the payment of ac-
cident compensation, necessitated as
the result of work-related injuries, to
federal prison inmates or their depend-
ents. Compensation may be awarded
via two separate and distinct pro-
(a) Inmate Accident Compensation
may be awarded to former federal in-
mates or their dependents for physical
impairment or death resultant from in-
juries sustained while performing work