One Day Course | 7 Hours (8:30am - 4:30pm)
October 6, 2020
Cost: $225 Members, $375 Non-Members
Issues Covered: Validity | Medical | Compensation | Work Disability Prevention
Faculty Includes: Lloyd Brooks, WWCP | Michael Harris, P.h.D.
Credits Available/Pending: WWCP, 7 credits | Dept L&I, 7 claims management credits | SHRM, 7 credits
Upon completion of all eight WWCP sessions (72-hours) and required coursework, participants will receive a certificate of completion. Starting July 1, 2021, this certificate will be required for application to take the new Self-insurance Claims Administrator Examination administered by the Department of Labor and Industries.
Available as both the first step in our IIU's comprehensive, goal-oriented workers' compensation curriculum, this full-day workshop introduces the basic history and principles of industrial insurance including Washington's unique model under Title 51 RCW. This course also introduces the critical importance of work disability prevention and the insurance industry focus on worker-centric return to work practices. Attendees will recieve a link to electronic study materials for use in this and subsequent workshops.
- History of Industrial Insurance
- Introduction to industrial insurance principles
- Insurance rates, classifications and experience rating
- Washington Workers’ Compensation under Title 51 RCW
- Claim validity of injury and occupational disease claims
- Injury reporting and incident investigations
- Compensability of injury and occupational disease claims
- Basic calculations:
- Wage rate
- Time loss rates
- Loss of earning power
- Permanent partial disability award
- Department Medical Guidelines for treatment authorization
- Medical Provider Network
- The worker-centric approach to Work Disability Prevention
- Light, Modified, and Transitional return to work models
- Workers’ Compensation Culture in the workplace
- Communication with injured workers and other system participants
- Employability and vocational services
- Claim closure and impairment awards
- The Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals and the Courts
No refunds will be given for cancellations made after September 29, 2020.