Managing Worker Compensation, Employer's Liability and Employment Practices in the US
An organization's human capital is its greatest asset. Solving the issues relative to work-related risk requires careful evaluation of workplace safety, workability following an accident, and compliance with new and ever-changing regulations. This program addresses these issues with particular emphasis on getting employees back to work after an on-the-job injury.
Employers have tremendous influence when it comes to controlling the exposure and costs associated with this particular risk. This instructor-led, virtual workshop focuses on processes and techniques that can reduce the risk associated with workers, including statutory workers compensation, employer's liability, and employment practices liability.
RIMS Members: $775 USD | Non-members: $1,175 USD (review registration details below)
Continuing Education Credits
CE and CPE, click here for eligibility and hours
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Learn how to meet new challenges related to worker risk by focusing on the fundamentals of workers compensation coverage and state-specific laws. Participants walk away with in-depth knowledge of:
- Workers compensation laws
- Workers compensation and employers’ liability coverage
- Claims administration
- Cost containment strategies
- Influence of Federal acts
- Return-to-work alternatives
- Using data analytics to manage work-related risk
- Loss reserving practices
- Employment practices liability
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is for risk and insurance professionals with an interest in learning about worker risk management strategies, claims situations, resolution techniques, and return-to-work options. This course also benefits any stakeholder with an interest or responsibility to support the goals of their organization by reducing costs relative to work-related accidents
RIMS education courses are designed primarily for risk and insurance professionals, but anyone within an organization who wants to learn more about a specific topic of interest is encouraged to attend.
Cancellations and Refunds
RIMS reserves the right to cancel a course if conditions warrant. In the event of such a cancellation, registration fees will be refunded.
All requests for refunds or changes must be submitted in writing to RIMS at pd@RIMS.org. Registrants who cancel 15 business days or less prior to the start of the workshop can send a replacement from their company or receive credit to attend another workshop with the same duration and cost within a year of the cancelled registration. Please note if the member rate was paid for the original registration and you elect to send a replacement or transfer the credit to another employee of your organization who is not a member, an additional fee will be charged to offset the difference between the member and nonmember rate. No refunds will be issued for cancellations less than 15 days from the start of the workshop.