Is your workers' comp program causing you grief? For instance, are you struggling with open claims? Are you experiencing pushback from your workers' compensation treating physicians? Are you frustrated with claims getting re-opened and your reserves going up every month?
If these or other workers' comp problems are testing your patience, you need some ways to strengthen your program and your profits! And this audio conference will help!
Join us for a fast-paced audio conference that provides you with real-world practical tips that you can use - starting immediately - that will help get your workers' comp claims, program, and costs under control.
Our expert will offer proven practical tips that will keep you and your program from going over the edge.
- 31 real-world practical tips – one for each day of the month – that will help save you time and money
- How to improve your communication with your carrier, your physicians, and your employees
- What specific written policies you need in place so your program works better
- Time-tested ways to minimize your risk of employees suing you
- Strategies that will reduce fraudulent claims and treatments
About Your Presenter:
Randy DeVaul, Sc.D., M.A., is a 30+ year safety professional with more than 20 years working directly in and with workers' compensation programs. DeVaul has successfully helped employers reduce workers' compensation costs with his practical, real-world experience. He is also an emergency response instructor, international author/writer, founder of MOST (Mine/Occupational Safety Team) and 'Performance Safety', creator of 'Safe at Home' series and books, and a principal of Brickhouse of NY, Inc, a national safety consulting group.
DeVaul helps employers with mine and occupational safety/health, workers' compensation, emergency management, and human resource challenges. He is the author of three workplace safety books and numerous home and workplace safety articles, reports, and e-books.
PHR / SPHR Credits!
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