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August 11, 2022
10:00-11:00AM

Introduction to Ohio workers' compensation

presented by Sedgwick

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This session is designed for both private and public (cities, villages, counties, townships, schools, etc.) employers to provide a complete summary of the fundamental principles of Ohio’s workers’ compensation system. It is especially beneficial to those new to the system as it provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the resources available to you: the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), Industrial Commission (IC), Third Party Administrator (TPA) and Managed Care Organization (MCO).

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These sessions qualify for 1-hour of the 2-hour Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) safety training requirement for group and group retrospective-rated employers. To be eligible for the BWC safety training requirement credit, the attendee must remain in the session for at least 75% of the total session time. Logging into the webinar is required to receive the 1 hour safety credit. Attendance is not captured for anyone calling into the session. For a full course description or for a list of all the sessions included in our 2022 Client Education Program for workers' compensation, click here.   

 

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 08/11/2022 10:00 AM 08/11/2022 11:00 AM false America/Detroit Introduction to Ohio workers' compensation REGISTER HERE This session is designed for both private and public (cities, villages, counties, townships, schools, etc.) employers to provide a complete summary of the fundamental principles of Ohio’s workers’ compensation system. It is especially beneficial to those new to the system as it provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the resources available to you: the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), Industrial Commission (IC), Third Party Administrator (TPA) and Managed Care Organization (MCO). ---   These sessions qualify for 1-hour of the 2-hour Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) safety training requirement for group and group retrospective-rated employers. To be eligible for the BWC safety training requirement credit, the attendee must remain in the session for at least 75% of the total session time. Logging into the webinar is required to receive the 1 hour safety credit. Attendance is not captured for anyone calling into the session. For a full course description or for a list of all the sessions included in our 2022 Client Education Program for workers' compensation, click here.      ----