Join Us For Our Claims Management Virtual Safety Training!

At Service Hospitality, our top priority is to prevent workplace injuries. In the unfortunate event of an injury, a well-designed program to manage the claim will ensure that the worker receives proper medical attention, a smooth transition to modified duties, and a timely return to work. This will also result in reduced WCB premiums, eliminating any unnecessary expenses.

If you don’t have a claims management program or think your current one could use some polishing, Service Hospitality is offering a complimentary two-part public webinar of our Claims Management training on November 7th & 8th.

Two separate 3-hour sessions will walk you through:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work before an injury occurs. 

  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims, including modified work. 

  • Methods to tackle long-term claims to get them back on track. 

  • Ways to mitigate costs to the organization and the injured worker. 

WHEN!

November 7th & 8th from 9 am – 12 pm (CST)

WHERE!

This training will take place via our virtual training platform, Demio. Downloading additional software is unnecessary; you can participate using your internet browser. Claims Management is an interactive training course involving discussion, dialogue, and case studies to comprehensively understand how to manage your WCB claims and support your employees successfully.

COST!

Complimentary – Limited Spots Available!

Registration is available now:

**PARTICIPANTS MUST ATTEND PART 1 & PART 2 TO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING*

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, which doesn’t just mean for the organization but the industry as a whole. Did you know increased claim costs won’t just drive up your WCB premiums but also the base premium of your entire industry?

Service Hospitality’s Claims Management training program will assist you in setting up a process so you can respond early if an injury occurs. This process will allow your organization a smoother transition through medical appointments, modified work and the full return of the injured worker. 

Claims management doesn’t end with physical injuries. This course will also cover psychological injury claims and the nuances that are required to manage the claim and the return-to-work process effectively.

In this online course, you will cover the following:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work prior to an injury occurring 
  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims, including accommodations and modified work 
  • Methods to tackle long-term claims to get them back on track 
  • Ways to mitigate costs to the organization and the injured worker
Recommended for:
  • Human Resource professionals and all Managers and Supervisors who may play a role in the claims management or modified work processes 

**PARTICIPANTS MUST ATTEND PART 1 & PART 2 TO COMPLETE THIS TRAINING*

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, which doesn’t just mean for the organization but the industry as a whole. Did you know increased claim costs won’t just drive up your WCB premiums but also the base premium of your entire industry?

Service Hospitality’s Claims Management training program will assist you in setting up a process so you can respond early if an injury occurs. This process will allow your organization a smoother transition through medical appointments, modified work and the full return of the injured worker. 

Claims management doesn’t end with physical injuries. This course will also cover psychological injury claims and the nuances that are required to manage the claim and the return-to-work process effectively.

In this online course, you will cover the following:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work prior to an injury occurring 
  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims, including accommodations and modified work 
  • Methods to tackle long-term claims to get them back on track 
  • Ways to mitigate costs to the organization and the injured worker
Recommended for:
  • Human Resource professionals and all Managers and Supervisors who may play a role in the claims management or modified work processes 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to better your organization! For assistance, or if you have questions or comments, please Get in Touch with Service Hospitality


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