Our vision is to provide employers with education and resources focused on preventing and managing workplace illness and injury ultimately reducing the risk and cost associated with Workers' Compensation.
Workers' Compensation Risk Management courses designed for you.
Over 13+ years, ESM has developed and implemented risk management programs to accelerate and enhance Workers' Compensation strategies for public and private sector employers. We now offer these tools in a curriculum format, which provide for the following:
Tools and best practices to accelerate your strategy and results, gleaned from public and private sector employers and industry experts
Certificate of completion for:
Increased professional stock value
Potential discounts on Work Comp Premiums when your broker leverages your certificates for Insurance Carrier "scheduled credits"
Professional guidance from Risk Managers & Industry Experts that have decades of experience
What you will receive (review each curriculum for specific details):
Training Video (15 - 25 mins)
Certificate of completion
PowerPoint Presentation Slides
Compliance policies & best practices gleaned from over 1,000+ employers
Additional training modules as applicable
Learners guide, powerpoint training, quiz and answers
Forms, checklists and other tools to help administer your Risk Management program
Certificate of Completion
Provide to your Insurance Broker to assist with negotiating Insurance Carrier "Scheduled Credits" (Premium Discounts).
Enhance your Work Comp knowledge and increase your professional stock value.
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