Join Us For Claims Management Training Nov 22nd & 23rd

Nov 22nd & 23rd

9 AM – 12 PM (CST)

This training will take place via our virtual training platform, Demio. There is no need to download any additional software, you will be able to participate using your internet browser. Claims Management is an interactive training course involving discussion, dialogue and case studies to comprehensively understand how to successfully manage your WCB claims.

FREE – Limited Spots Available!

Claims Management Training Part 1

Nov 22nd – 9 AM – 12 PM (CST)

*Participants must attend parts 1 & 2 to complete this training*

Claims Management Training Part 2

Nov 23rd 9 AM – 12 PM (CST)

*Participants must attend parts 1 & 2 to complete this training*

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure; but what happens if you’ve failed to prevent an injury? Despite our best efforts, injuries happen – the key is being prepared to manage them!

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, and that doesn’t just mean for the organization. Service Hospitality’s Claims Management program will train you to set up a process before anyone is injured, so you can ensure a smooth transition through medical appointments, modified work, and into the return to full duties.

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

The workshop will cover:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work prior to an injury

  • Managing physical and psychological injury claims and modified work prior to an injury occurring

  • 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 Resources Managers and Supervisors who play a role in claims management or the modified work process. Any supervisor/manager and frontline worker who is not directly involved with managing claims but is interested in learning more about what to do in the event of a workplace injury, forms to fill out, how to communicate with external and internal parties, and the importance of getting workers back to work as soon as possible.


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Service Hospitality has worked diligently with us on our safety training and policies over the past few years. I have really appreciated the vast knowledge of the laws and policies that help keep our staff safe on the job. Laura is always willing to adapt to our needs and schedules. Her approach is very conscientious, straight to the point, and working with a helpful attitude are qualities that are consistently exhibited.  Our most recent training experience was with the claims management course. It provided us with the necessary information to help bring old claims to closure as well as effectively manage existing claims. When an injury occurred on site shortly after our course was complete, we were able to get the employee back on the job with very little downtime. This training and the brown envelope strategy will undoubtedly lead to fewer injuries, a safer work environment and lower worker’s compensation costs. Thank you Service hospitality for your professionalism and high-quality training and service. Jackie, K-Bro Linen Systems

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