Thousands of Ohio employers find value and workers’ compensation premium savings by actively participating in their local safety councils. And you can join them.

To earn a safety council rebate, employers must meet rebate eligibility requirements in one of 83 BWC-sponsored safety councils.

Below is a breakdown of potential rebates when an employer is an active member of a safety council.

o Employers meeting all safety council rebate eligibility requirements that are not enrolled in a group-rating program will earn a 2-percent participation rebate on their premium and the potential of an additional 2-percent performance bonus.

o Employers meeting all safety council rebate eligibility requirements that are also enrolled in a group-experience-rating program have the potential to earn a 2-percent performance bonus.

o Employers meeting all safety council rebate eligibility requirements that are also enrolled in a group-retrospective-rating program will earn a 2-percent participation rebate.

To earn a performance bonus, employers must reduce either the severity or frequency of injuries in their workplace by 10 percent or remain at zero.

BWC Safety Councils can help you:

o Learn techniques for increasing safety in your workplace;

o Learn how to better manage your workers’ compensation program;

o Network with other employers in your community;

o Access useful, money-saving workers’ comp and risk management information.

 

Rebate eligibility

requirements

To qualify for the BWC Safety Council rebate, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  1. Join your local safety council by July 31, 2018;
  2. Attend 10 safety council meetings**;
  3. Send a qualified senior-level manager to a safety council sponsored meeting;
  4. Submit semiannual workplace accident reports for the 2018 calendar year.

 

For information about joining the Eastern Stark County Safety Council please call the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce at 330-823-6260

* The rebate offer excludes self-insuring employers and state agencies. Limitations apply to a professional employer organization and its clients. BWC encourages all employers to become active safety council members.

** At least eight through the local safety council. You can get credit for up to two meetings through attendance at BWC’s safety training courses or industry-specific training.