Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs - Christine Williams (Business Consultant) And Tom Kelly (Industrial Hygiene), BWC

Tue, Mar 12, 2019
08:30 am -  04:00 pm
Registration options:
Ticket Name Ticket Price Qty
Non-Members Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs Workshop
includes lunch
$ 53.00
Non-Members Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs Workshop
includes lunch
$ 42.00

Event description:

*Course Fee includes lunch

Who should attend: Individuals employed at companies insured under the state insurance fund who are interested in controlling workers' compensation costs. This may include employees from human resources, payroll and benefits, workers' compensation administration, loss control, safety and OSHA compliance.

You will learn:

  • A basic understanding of how BWC determines workers' compensation rates and the costs that drive them
  • How claim costs impact your rates
  • Rating plan options
  • Strategies to control costs, such as loss prevention, administrative, early return to work and other claims management controls 
  • An overview of safety culture, with an emphasis on a leadership-supported safety culture, employee involvement and accident prevention

After this course you will be able to:

  • Compare and understand rating plan options
  • Use strategies to control costs
  • Describe the elements of an effective safety culture

BWC is accredited by IACET to offer .6 CEUs for this program

 

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