On-the-Job Injury (OJI) Program

In lieu of Workers Compensation, the City of Clarksville has an On-the-Job Injury (OJI) Program. The purpose of the OJI Program is to provide for the payment of medical and lost time compensation for employees who suffer injury or occupational illness during the performance of their duties. OJI, provides uniform procedures for the reporting, treatment, and compensation of employees who are injured while performing their duties.

The OJI Program is administered under the Risk Management section of the Human Resources Department and may be subject to revision, change or modification as deemed necessary by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Clarksville.

Contact Us

If you have questions about the City’s OJI Program, please email Lauri Tippit, Risk Management Coordinator or call at 931-648-6125, ext. 6158.

Medical Treatment Centers for OJI Policy

Employees are to seek treatment at the Emergency Room of Tennova Healthcare - Clarksville. In the event that an OJI is deemed life-threatening such as:

  • Convulsion
  • Head Injuries
  • Heart Attack
  • Major Lacerations
  • Poisoning
  • Serious Breathing Difficulty
  • Smoke Inhalation
  • Stroke
  • Unconsciousness

Health Care Facilities