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A workers comp program designed for public trucking fleets is outlined in an abstract from Baldwin Sadler Corp. Request item 1701.
Aon Management Institute supplies a newsletter addressing workers comp issues for long-term care facilities. Request item 1702.
A report from Tillinghast-Towers Perrin analyzes responses from public sector employers to a survey on workers comp issues. Request item 1703.
WLT Software of Florida Inc. provides a guide to a workers comp claims administration system. Request item 1704.
How improved account servicing instructions help workers comp claims servicing is the focus of an article from Aon Management Institute. Request item 1705.
Thomco-WCA Division offers an article about workers comp alternatives for independent contractors. Request item 1706.
An explanation of the pitfalls of retrospectively rated workers comp insurance programs is available from Corporate Risk Management Inc. Request item 1707.
Aon Management Institute supplies an article that examines unique workers comp problems and exposures in the health care industry. Request item 1708.
The advantages of a group self-insurance program for workers comp are summarized in a brochure from Berkley Administrators. Request item 1709.
A training seminar aimed at improving a company's performance in workers comp and disability management is described in a brochure from Aon Management Institute. Request item 1710.
International Risk Management Institute Inc. provides a brochure describing a reference book about workers comp coverage, laws and cost containment. Request item 1711.
AVERT Inc. offers a booklet addressing the Americans with Disabilities Act and employer use of workers comp claims and medical histories. Request item 1712.
A checklist designed to assist large self-insured employers in evaluating their workers comp claims management program is available from Richard B. Frank & Associates. Request item 1713.
Approximately 700 executives are surveyed about the performance of workers comp cost-management initiatives in a booklet from Tillinghast-Towers Perrin. Request item 1714.
Aon Management Institute presents an article stressing ways to prevent a workers comp or disability claim for workers on overseas assignments. Request item 1715.
A paper from Specific Software Solutions L.L.C. shows how a workers comp modification factor can help reduce an employer's historical loss experience. Request item 1716.
A paper that explains three ways an employer can cultivate a healthier work atmosphere to reduce workers comp costs is offered by Aon Management Institute. Request item 1717.
The sweeping changes managed care has brought to workers comp are reviewed in a newsletter from Gallagher Bassett Services Inc. Request item 1718.
The Reliability Group supplies an article that details how to reduce workers comp costs by focusing on key human factors. Request item 1719.
Berkley Administrators provides a brochure that describes the advantages of a self-insured workers comp program for a sovereign nation and the opportunities it offers tribal governments. Request item 1720.
An article from Aon Management Institute explains how understanding your company's unique problems is the key to dramatic reductions in workers comp costs. Request item 1721.
A workers comp medical cost management system is outlined in a flier from Corporate Systems. Request item 1722.
The advantages of an individual self-insured workers comp program are summarized in a brochure presented by Berkley Administrators. Request item 1723.
Coopers & Lybrand L.L.P. offers an information packet describing its workers comp claims consulting services, including managed care for workers comp. Request item 1724.
Several ways an employer can take charge of a return-to-work program are discussed in a paper from Aon Management Institute. Request item 1725.
Answers to common questions about drugs in the workplace are given in a booklet supplied by Great American Insurance Cos. Request item 1726.
Travelers Indemnity Co./Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. provide a brochure that examines an office ergonomics and injury management improvement process. Request item 1727.
Strategies to control workers comp in the health care industry are detailed in a brochure from Travelers Indemnity Co./Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. Request item 1728.