Earn a premium rebate through safety education
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 80 BWC-sponsored safety councils.
The following is a breakdown of potential rebates when an employer is an active member of a safety council.
Employers meeting all safety council rebate eligibility requirements that are not enrolled in a group-rating program will earn 2-percent participation rebate on their premium and the potential of an additional 2-percent performance bonus.
Employers meeting all safety council rebate eligibility requirements are also enrolled in a group-experience-rating program have the potential to earn a 2-percent performance bonus.
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 maintain both at zero.
BWC Safety Council can help you:
Learn techniques for increasing safety in your workplace;
Learn how to better manage your workers' compensation program;
Network with other employers in your community;
Access useful, money saving workers' comp and risk management information.
For more information, call 1-800-OHIOBWC. You may also visit ohiobwc.com, and click on Safety services, Training services and safety councils.
*The rebate offer excludes self-insuring employers and state agencies.
Limitations apply to a professional employer organization. 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
*Enrollment ends July 31, 2014
"Proper safety training is one of the most important aspects of an effective safety program. New employees need to be taught the company’s safety policies, specific job safety requirements and mandated OSHA training. The goal of safety training is not only to convey knowledge, but to develop the proper attitude towards safety and establish safe work practices from the beginning."
Click here to review the new employee training sign-off sheet.