Claims Management – Take Control of Your Workplace Injury Claims

Across the province of Saskatchewan, service and hospitality organizations are still struggling to manage claim costs associated with Workers’ Compensation Board injury claims. Recently, Service Hospitality hosted a 2-part Claims Management training series. This session brought to light how important this training is for our membership. Our Claims Management public sessions were delivered this past year on an online learning platform. To determine interest in this course to be hosted in person in 2023, please take a quick minute to complete this 3-question Claims Management Training Survey. 

Extremely informative; I learnt a lot, and the ladies were very knowledgeable and presented the information very well. – Jodi G.

If you feel the burden of injury claims and are unsure what to do, know you are not alone, and Service Hospitality can help!

Workplace injuries can be costly if not managed effectively, which doesn’t just mean for the organization but the industry as a whole. Service Hospitality’s Claims Management training program will assist you in setting up a process before any injuries occur in the workplace. This process will allow your organization a smoother transition through medical appointments, modified work and the full return of the injured worker.

Service Hospitality’s 2-part Claims Management series was joined by members of the Service and Hospitality Industry and was a place to collaborate and share ideas. Participants could ask questions about claims in a manner that assisted them through the process. This training gave attendees the basics of where to begin and where to go. 

It was detailed and addressed the most common mistakes in claims management. The presenters are very knowledgeable about the subject matter. – Joseph O.

Did you know employers with a well-developed claims management program typically see a 20-30% reduction in workdays lost per claim?

Take control of your claims and book a training session. The session will cover the following:

  • Developing a process for managing claims and modified work

  • 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.

How Service Hospitality can help:

  1. Contact a Safety Advisor today for more information on Claims Management

  2. See how a claim affects the bottom line – Try our Incident Cost Calculator for the real cost of a workplace injury

  3. Missing documentation? Check out the Claims Management Templates and Resources

Have more questions? Advice and consultation are always free! Contact a Service Hospitality Safety Advisor.

Our Claims Management public sessions were delivered this past year on an online learning platform. To determine interest in this course to be hosted in person in 2023, please take a quick minute to complete this 3-question Claims Management Training Survey. 

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