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1 Destination: EXCELLENCE Introduction and overview

2 Welcome > Destination: Excellence > Introduction > Program list > Individual program details > Program description > Program benefits (not only about the discounts) > Enrolling and getting the most out of the programs (strategy) > Compatibility, compliance and enrollment deadlines > Goal: Provide enough information to help your company decide which individual programs make the most sense to enroll into.

3 Introduction > What is Destination: Excellence? > Bundling of risk- and claims-management programs to attack cost drivers of workers compensation > Programs bundle BWC services and strategies. > Financial incentives to use BWC services, and to implement sound safety and claims-management strategies. > If implemented properly, reduction in premiums should far outweigh any discounts earned.

4 Introduction > Why BWC created Destination: Excellence > To reduce costs, so that we can lower premiums rates, to make Ohio more competitive for jobs > Safety programs to prevent accidents > Return-to-work programs to help injured workers transition back to work > Savings programs to reduce BWC administrative costs > Lower costs lower rates = Destination: Excellence

5 Destination: Excellence - Eligibility > Current on all undisputed premiums > Active status as of application deadline > No cumulative lapses greater than 40 days in the last 12 months

6 Destination: Excellence Program List > Savings options > Go-green > Lapse-free > Safety options > Industry-Specific Safety Program > Safety councils > Drug-Free Safety Program > Return-to-work options > Transitional work bonus/grant > Vocational rehabilitation

7 Destination: Excellence Programs > Savings options > Go-green > Lapse-free > Safety options > Industry-Specific Safety Program > Safety councils > Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) > Return-to-work options > Transitional work bonus/grant > Vocational rehabilitation

8 Go-green and Lapse-free (pay online and pay on time) > Benefits > Lowers administrative costs for BWC; we share the savings. > Actions > Go-green > Receive notice and file payroll report online > Go-green option on pay online in full > Lapse Free > No lapses in last 60 months (automatic enrollment) > Incentive > 1 percent, up to $1,000 every six months for each program

9 Destination: Excellence Programs > Savings options > Go-green > Lapse-free > Safety options > Industry-Specific Safety Program > Safety councils > Drug-Free Safety Program > Return-to-work options > Transitional work bonus/grant > Vocational rehabilitation

10 Industry-Specific Safety Program Next Deadline: April 30 > Purpose > Encourages use of BWC training and consulting service activities to reduce accidents > Benefits > Gain knowledge to increase workplace safety > Custom professional recommendations to reduce or eliminate safety hazards in your workplace > Incentive > 3-percent premium rebate No charge for training and consulting services; paid for in premiums

11 Industry-Specific Safety Program > Minimum Requirements > Complete one to three safety activities (depends on size of payroll) > Less than or equal to $100,000 = one activity > More than $100,000 up to $300,000 = two activities > More than $300,000 = three activities > To earn one activity credit > Small (three hours of online) > Medium (half-day class) > Large (one full-day s worth of classes)

12 Industry-Specific Safety Activities Training (DSH Classes) > BWC services for safety activity credit > Training > Specific classes for your industry > Consultation services > Ohio Safety Congress & Expo Multiple people in same activity counts as one activity. Can have multiple activities in same service group. > Training details > 11 sites across Ohio (many in customer service offices) > Online, half-day, full-day, multiple-day courses > On-site training courses Valuable training at no additional cost, AND you get a rebate on premiums!

13 Industry-Specific Safety Activities Consulting > On-site field consulting > Possible misperceptions > No right of entry > No mandates, only recommendations > Cannot levy fines > No effect on rates, even if we find a safety issue > We are not the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and do not report findings to OSHA. > Consultants > Trained, credentialed safety experts > Ergonomists > Industrial hygienists

14 Industry-Specific Safety Activities Consulting > Categories of on-site field consulting services > Customer safety team development > Safety-management process evaluation > Assessments > Ergonomics > Industrial hygiene > Safety hazard for general industry; for construction > Accident/claim/injury and near-miss analysis > Safety intervention grant (on-site consultation) > Company-specific safety training Each category earns only one activity credit, even if done at multiple locations.

15 Industry-Specific Safety Activities Ohio Safety Congress & Expo > Ohio Safety Congress & Expo > To earn activity credit (category max = 1) > Attend half-day session or three one-hour sessions at the 2014 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo > 2014 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo > Greater Columbus Convention Center March > Oldest and largest in Midwest (82 nd year) > ,100 attendees; 230 companies in expo; 170 safety sessions > Continuing education credit opportunities available ** Please note: the 2014 Ohio Safety Congress & Expo gives credit for the July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014, cycle.

16 Industry-Specific Safety Program > Maximizing program benefits > To truly benefit from this program, it is important to: > Pick the right person for training; > Transfer lessons learned to rest of company; > Take the right classes or consulting services; > Don t wait until the last minute; > The sooner you start, the sooner you can use knowledge; > Class or service schedule may already be full as deadline approaches. > BWC can help! > Claims analysis > Safety action plan > Recommend classes and activities, and the order to take them

17 Industry-Specific Safety Program > To apply > Sign up immediately following this presentation. > Sign up online by April 30. > Application and assessment required > Application for Industry Specific Safety Program (SH-28) one page > Safety Management Self-Assessment (SH-26) three pages

18 Safety Councils Deadline: July 31 > Safety council > Monthly meeting of companies (one to two hours during breakfast or lunch) > Cover safety, new techniques, products and services > More than 80 safety councils in Ohio > What are the benefits of participation in a safety council? > Knowledge and networking > Increase workplace safety > Learn local best practices and to network > Learn to better manage workers comp program > Access to useful, money-saving compensation and riskmanagement information

19 Safety Councils > Incentive > Participation 2 percent; performance 2 percent > Minimum requirements participation > Attend 10 of 12 meetings > Up to two meetings can be external education opportunities* > BWC Safety & Hygiene training courses, industry-specific training, different safety council seminar or workshop > Qualified senior-level manager must attend one meeting. > Submission of semiannual workplace accident reports * Cannot have an activity count for more than one program (i.e., if you are in ISSP, cannot count training class for both ISSP and safety council credit).

20 Safety Councils > Minimum requirements performance > Achieve participation requirements > Reduce claims severity or frequency by 10% or remain at zero > Policy year vs. previous policy year > Frequency = claims per $1 million of payroll > Severity = days absent per $1 million of payroll

21 Safety Councils Next Deadline: July 31 > Maximize your company s benefit > Pick the right person to attend each meeting. > Not necessarily always the same person > Topics covered are listed before meeting > Transfer lessons learned to rest of company > Have multiple people attend. > To apply > Sign up directly with a safety council by July 31, > A list of safety councils is located on our website.

22 Drug-Free Safety Program (DFSP) Next Deadline: April 30 > What are the benefits of implementing drug testing at your workplace? > Fewer missed days > Increased productivity > Lower health insurance premiums > Safer workplace > Increased morale > Drug users do not apply *If most local employers do drug testing, and you don t, where will the people that can t pass drug tests apply?

23 Drug-Free Safety Program > Purpose > Incentive to implement drug testing at your workplace > Goal: To eliminate drugs and alcohol in the workplace > Levels > Basic 4-percent rebate > Employee training, documentation requirements > Testing pre/new hire, reasonable suspicion, post-accident, return-to-duty and follow-up after failed test > Advanced 7-percent rebate > Basic requirements + 15-percent random testing > Comparable program no discount > Required for state construction projects

24 DFSP Self-Help Resources > Resources to get started > DFSP Guide detailed overview > Drug-Free Vendor Directory online search > DFSP Self-Implementation Workbook > DFSP Safety Resource Guide > DFSP Safety Grant Procedural Guide DFSP start-up funds To apply > Apply today or apply online > Application for Drug-Free Safety Program (U-140) > Safety Management Self-Assessment (SH-26)

25 Destination: Excellence Programs > Savings options > Go-green > Lapse-free > Safety options > Industry-Specific Safety Program > Safety councils > Drug-Free Safety Program > Return-to-work options > Transitional work bonus/grant > Vocational rehabilitation

26 What is Transitional Work? > Employee gets injured visits doctor for medical treatment. > Injured worker, not yet 100 percent, but released to work with restrictions by doctor. > Employer accommodates injured worker s restrictions, allowing a return to work. > Sometimes referred to as light duty > Transitional work is a formal approach to enabling an injured worker to return to work with restrictions.

27 Why Is Return to Work Important? > Good for injured worker > Maintains daily routine and stays engaged > Faster recovery > Higher income while recovering > Less time off, retains skills, higher morale, minimizes chances of depression > Good for employer > Lowers workers comp costs (good claims management) lower premiums > Expensive claim could affect future group-rating status. > Losing a 50-percent discount = a 100-percent increase in rates. > Maintain human capital investment > Don t have to hire and train replacement. > Higher morale

28 Return to Work Example Injured Worker in Service Industry > Worker is injured > Gets depressed because of injury, gains weight > Two years later: > Still off work; > Weight gain aggravated other health issues; comeback unlikely; > Decreased quality of life, less money, less hope. > Company > Costs continue to grow. > Costs will be in experience for three more years (four years total), causing premiums to increase. > Company lost group membership and premiums increased substantially. > Transitional work would have helped.

29 Transitional Work Bonus Program Next Deadline: April 30 > Purpose > Rewards employers for successfully implementing a formal transitional work plan, that returns injured workers with restrictions back to the job quickly and safely > Actions > Implement a formal transitional work plan. > Successfully return an injured worker with restrictions, back to work, by accommodating those restrictions. > Transitional work is of such strategic importance to controlling costs that BWC is offering the largest potential rebate of all the Destination: Excellence programs: Up to 10 percent of pure premium.

30 Transitional Work Bonus Program Next Deadline: April 30 > Incentive > Rebate up to 10 percent off pure premium for established period > Enroll by April 30 for policy year 2014, starting July 1, > For claims occurring between July 1, 2014, and June 30, > Performance calculated six months after end of program year. > We base amount based on percentage of feasible claims that successfully use program. > Worker must be released return to work with restrictions. > Example three successful out of four feasible > Discount = 3/4 *10-percent = 7.5-percent discount

31 Transitional Work Bonus Program > To apply > Application for Transitional Work Bonus Program (TWB-1) > Transitional work plan > BWC can help with templates, and examples. > Ask your local customer service office for a BWC disability management coordinator resource to help. > Templates and examples may be sufficient for a plan. > Other cases, customization may be required. > Grant money also available to defray costs for creating plan. > Don t forget: Apply today!

32 Transitional Work Grant Limited Funds Available > Purpose > Money and tools to assist in creating a transitional work plan > Grant is reimbursement for fee paid to BWC-accredited transitional work plan developer. > Actions > Apply for grant, create plan. > Incentive > 3-to-1 matching funds available to defray some costs > Other tools available to create plan > Templates, examples, but you must ask

33 Transitional Work Grant > Eligibility > Employer may not have a previously approved grant. > Employer must have at least one claim in experience period. > Incentive > Grant amount based on number of employees. > employees up to $2,900 > employees up to $5,200 > 200+ employees up to $6,300 > To apply > Grant application

34 Vocational Rehabilitation No Deadline: Claim-by-claim basis > Purpose > Encourage employers to use vocational rehabilitation to help get injured workers back to work > Benefits > No direct additional cost to employer (with exceptions) > Funds used not included in your experience > Incentive > Negotiable payments to employer, injured worker or third party to defray rehabilitation costs

35 Vocational Rehabilitation > Vocation rehabilitation reimbursements > Job modification > Physical modification to workplace > Tools and equipment to accommodate injured worker > Employer incentive contract > Compensates employer for loss of productivity; as productivity goes up, payment goes down > Gradual return to work > On-the-job training > Work trial > To apply > Claim-by-claim basis

36 Destination: Excellence Compatibility, Compliance and Deadlines > Savings options > Go-green > Lapse-free > Safety options > Industry-Specific Safety Program > Safety councils > Drug-Free Safety Program > Return-to-work options > Transitional work bonus/grant > Vocational rehabilitation

37 Destination: Excellence Compatibility > Enrollment restrictions for certain rating plans >Not all Destination: Excellence programs are compatible with all rating plans. >Compatibility chart on next slide: check if you are thinking about changing rating plans. > Chart includes recent updates. >Still have questions? Check with one of the BWC employer representatives here today.

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39 Destination: Excellence Compatibility > What if my rating plan is not compatible? > You will not qualify for the discount or rebate, but: > Services and strategies will still help with safety and claims management; > Still consider doing activities of the program; > ISSP using safety services; > Still consider implementing concepts and strategies; > Drug-Free Safety Program drug testing at work; > Transitional Work Bonus Program transitional work.

40 Destination: Excellence Compliance > Program compliance > Fulfillment of minimum requirements to earn incentive > Discount or rebate > No flexibility to waive requirements or deadlines (for individual circumstances) > Requirements created by statute or rule > Help us, help you > Make sure we have correct contact and info. > We can send reminders. > We want you to earn your discount. > More importantly, we want you to gain the benefits of the programs.

41 Destination: Excellence Program Summary Component Discount Rebate Deadline Go-green 1% --- At time of payment Lapse-free 1%* --- Automatic- on payment cycle Industry-Specific Safety --- 3% April 30, 2014 Safety council --- 2%; 2% July 31, 2014 Drug-Free Safety --- 4% or 7% April 30, 2014 Transitional work bonus --- Up to 10% April 30, 2014 Vocational rehabilitation --- Reimbursements Ongoing * Discount if paying online, rebate if not

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