Controlling your workplace risks is always a challenge

Controlling your workplace risks is always a challenge

2017 provides employers with changes in the workers’ compensation rules that will affect profits.

On February 8th, in Sacramento, you will learn how these changes will affect you, plus the mystery to control your workers’ comp costs and related expenses will be unveiled.

So, come to this luncheon to learn you no longer need to be afraid to act, and what to do when workplace injuries occur. You will also learn methods to influence the injury costs that affect your bottom-line.

Here are some topics that will be discussed to help you manage your organization:

  • What is this “thing” called the Employer’s Experience Modification Factor & what does it do?
  • How insurance companies are using “big data” when considering your business?
  • What the first 48 hours of an injurymean to the ultimate costs of the injury?

Who should attend? HR professionals, CFOs, business owners, safety consultants, and those involved in the workers’ compensation insurance process in your organization.

This event is sponsored by the Sacramento Employer Advisory Council (SEAC), in partnership with EDD.

As usual to SEAC events, you can expect to come away with practical solutions and experience a lively dialogue between the attendees and presenters.

For more information please go to this link.

Hope you will attend.

To discuss this event or other risk related topics, you can reach me by calling 916-960-8758, or email me at tbone@risksnthreatsmatter.com.

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Contact

Tom Bone
Risk Insurance Advisor
ISU Insurance Services
2266 Lava Ridge Court
Roseville, California 95661
Phone 916.960.8758 or 800.823.4852 ext. 8758
Fax 916.773.4484
Mobile 925.285.6790
Email tbone@risksnthreatsmatter.com
License #0306692

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