Florida Trucking Association
Worker's Compensation, Injury Prevention & Cost Controls
September 6, 2013
Regsiter Early, Seats are Limited
Indirect expenses such as lost productivity and retraining make up 80% of costs associated with workers’ compensation. Employee injuries and associated workers’ compensation costs are a management problem – not an insurance problem, not an employee problem, and not a fraud problem. Through proper management, injuries and workers’ compensation costs can be controlled.
This seminar is designed to help trucking companies reduce their injury rate and workers’ compensation costs. Experts familiar with workers’ compensation and the trucking industry will teach you how to :
u Design an injury prevention program
u Manage internal and external claims processing
uStart benchmarking your company against industry leaders
uSpot fraud before it occurs
uUse our checklists and formats to assess your program
Who should attend?
Anyone who is responsible for their company’s risk management program, safety, injury prevention, workers’ compensation costs or fraud.
1. CEOs and Executive Management
2. Risk Managers
3. Safety Directors and Managers
4. Human Resources Personnel
5. General Managers
LaQuinta – Orlando – UCF
11805 Research Pkwy
Orlando FL 32826
$80.10/night; includes breakfast, 0.8 miles from training site