This 10-minute video was created for the National History Day contest by students at Nimitz High School in Houston, Texas.
The Workers’ Compensation Centennial Commission was formed to celebrate the first constitutional workers’ compensation law in the United States which was signed on May 3, 1911 and took full effect on Sept. 1, 1911. It was a recognition of society’s responsibility to the workplace, establishing workers compensation as the first form of social insurance in American history. Today, workers’ compensation stands as a pillar within our economic system that benefits all Americans.
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