Indiana has no state laws requiring employers to have a clinic at the worksite or to keep a doctor or nurse on call to treat workplace injuries. However, Indiana's occupational safety and health law, which is identical in most important respects to the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act), requires every employer to ensure that medical personnel are readily available for advice and consultation and that when an infirmary, clinic, or hospital is not within close proximity to the workplace, there is an individual (or individuals) who are adequately trained to administer first aid. Employers are responsible for making decisions about the details of emergency medical care in their workplaces, depending upon the size, the kinds of hazards present, the history of accidents, and the costs of various options (IN Code Sec. 22-8-1.1 et seq.; 29 CFR 1910.151).
Indiana does not have any law specific to medical treatment in the workplace. Federal law prevails in the state. There is additional information for a description of the basic elements of an effective medical treatment program.