Learn Best Practices at Upcoming Workers' Compensation Seminar

March 10, 2017 | Industry leaders flying under the radar Emily Schettler, Iowa Association of Business and Industry, eschettler@iowaabi.org

Workers’ compensation is a necessary and important responsibility of employers, but it doesn’t have to be a burden. ABI’s upcoming Workers’ Compensation seminar will offer best practices and innovations that can help mitigate risk and help get employees back on the job sooner.

Highlights of this biannual seminar include:

  • An update on legislative activity at the Statehouse from ABI public policy team members Nicole Crain and Jessica Harder.
  • A presentation by Larry Readout of EMC Insurance Cos. on how to use risk management to control workers’ compensation risks. Learn about a framework and tools to identify, analyze, control and monitor risk within an organization.
  • Insight on how to improve your accident investigation program from Chuck Martinek of LMC Insurance & Risk Management.
  • Elizabeth Coonan, an attorney at BrownWinick Law Firm, will discuss recent developments in workers’ compensation case law.
  • Jason Horras of 21st Century Rehab will explain how to reduce recordable injuries in the workplace through proactive early intervention and applied OSHA “first aid.”
  • A discussion led by Waleed Wadi of Nationwide on the partnership of pre- and post-loss strategies to encourage and facilitate return to work.

WHAT: Workers' Compensation: Best Practices, Lessons Learned, and Ideas from the Innovators
WHEN: Thursday, March 30, 8:30 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
WHERE: ABI Office, 400 East Court Ave., Suite 100, Des Moines
TO REGISTER: Click here