Registration Deadline is Friday, April 20, 2018 It is time for the 2018 WCTI Annual Meeting! This meeting is for you and for anyone in your organization who has responsibility for
Registration Deadline is Friday, April 20, 2018
It is time for the 2018 WCTI Annual Meeting! This meeting is for you and for anyone in your organization who has responsibility for safety, claims or the financial aspect of your workers’ compensation program. The following topics will be presented in breakout sessions. Please refer to the emailed Annual Meeting invitation for more information and use the registration form below to make your selections.
CCMSI Underwriting and Accounting
- How to interpret the Adjustment Bill and the Preliminary Adjustment Bill
- Early return of deposit held
Employer and Supervisor Civil and Criminal Liabilities
Mark A. Lies II, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
- OSHA Civil and Criminal Liabilities facing employers and supervisors
- A discussion of accident reporting and how to respond to OSHA Rapid Response investigations and anonymous employee OSHA complaints without admitting violations
- Other liabilities including workplace violence, active shooter, workers’ compensation and whistleblower retaliation
Doing Less at Work- Solutions for Strain/Sprain Injuries
Meredith Wayant, CCMSI and James Galante, EASE
- Practical suggestions will be provided for reducing the occurrence of these injuries in the workplace
- An overview of equipment and engineering suggestions for overcoming these injuries will be provided, as well as administrative and work practice controls
Exemplary Practice Ideas & Trigger Program Experiences
CCMSI Loss Control and WCTI Member Panel
- Exemplary safety practices will be discussed by a panel of WCTI members
- What are the triggers that will result in a Member being invited to attend a Loss Control Committee meeting? What happens during this meeting?
Three Point Contact and Is This Compensable?
Claims and Dan Ugaste from Nyhan, Bambrick, Kinzie & Lowry
- Three point contact is done upon receipt of an indemnity claim and involves speaking to the Member, the employee and the medical providers.
- As the employer, what information will the claims person need?
- What will they ask your injured worker?
- How do they gather medical evidence?
- How do they make a determination of compensability?
- Based on the facts of a case, can you guess if the Arbitrator found for the employee or the employer?
- Real trial decisions will be presented
Vendors that can help your company manage your safety and claim needs will be available from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Please register below and choose your lunch and sessions.
If you have questions prior to registering, contact Robin Bodine.
You will receive an email with the registration information you submitted. If you don’t see it, check your “junk” email folder and add firstname.lastname@example.org to your allowed email contacts.
(Friday) 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL 60532 US