• Webinar: In Transition: The Rise of the Sharing Economy

    Webinar: In Transition: The Rise of the Sharing Economy

    Workers' compensation is built on formal employer and employee relationships. However, work is changing and employment relationships are shifting. Join the IAIABC for a free member webinar on December 8, 2016 to discuss the magnitude and impact of an economy built on peer to peer exchange of goods and services.

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  • Perspectives: Regulators Reimagine

    Perspectives: Regulators Reimagine

    Explore influence, impact, and innovation in today's workers' compensation agencies in issue 3 of the IAIABC's new digital magazine, Perspectives.

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International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions

​Find Information. Connect People. 

The IAIABC is an association of workers' compensation regulators and industry professionals who work to advance the efficiency and effectiveness of workers' compensation systems throughout the world.

IAIABC Online Communities

Jurisdictional News and Notices

In this online community, agency staff post news and notices about what's happening in their respective jurisdiction. Share the dates and agendas of open advisory council meetings; let members know about public comment periods on pending rules or legislation; or inform others about new and interesting programs in your jurisdiction. 
Open to all IAIABC Members

EDI General Interest Community

This will be the home for EDI news, updates, questions, tips, experiences and general information about IAIABC EDI standards, with the purpose to stimulate conversation around EDI interests, issues, opportunities and other relevant information. This community replaces the EDI Blog.
Open to U.S. Jurisdictional and EDI Members  

Visit the online communities at www.iaiabc.org/online-communities. More communities will go live soon!

Featured Resources

Perspectives: Regulators Reimagine

Explore influence, impact, and innovation in today's workers' compensation agencies in the November 2016 issue of Perspectives. Articles on "moonlighting" employees, metrics to monitor workers' compensation systems, and "Compversations" with California Department of Industrial Relations Director Christine Baker are featured in issue 3 of Perspectives. 

Accidentally Podcast: Kids Chance: Educating the Children of Injured Workers

In recognition of Kids' Chance Awareness Week, November 14-18, November's "Accidentally" podcast features an interview with Suzanne Emmet, current board member and past president of Kids' Chance of America. Speaking with Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director, Ms. Emmet discusses how Kids' Chance gives children the chance to pursue their dreams through educational scholarships following the hardship of a parent's workplace injury or death.

The podcast not only touches on the gifts that Kids' Chance gives to the scholarship recipients, but also the profound personal and professional impact it has on those who are involved with Kids' Chance, including Ms. Emmet.


  • The Future of Workers’ Compensation Must Focus on Recovery and Return to Work

    During the IAIABC's National Conversation on the Future of Workers' Compensation at the IAIABC 102nd Convention, attendees dissected the goals and objectives of workers' compensation systems including benefit adequacy, coverage, and timely return to work.

  • IAIABC Elects 2016-2017 Board of Directors

    On September 29 at its 102nd Convention, members elected the 2016-2017 IAIABC Board of Directors, the governing body of the Association. The Board of Directors is comprised of leaders from twelve jurisdictional agencies and two ex-officio members.

  • IAIABC President’s Award Recipients Recognized at 102nd Convention

    IAIABC President R.D. Maynard recognized eight individuals at the IAIABC 102nd Convention for their commitment and dedication to improving workers' compensation and their service to the IAIABC.

  • US Dept. of Labor Releases Report on State of Workers' Compensation

    The US Department of Labor released a report on October 5, 2016 stating the need to explore policy issues such as increasing federal oversight of workers' compensation; strengthening the linkage between injury and illness prevention; long-term management of worker disabilities; and whether to update coordination between Medicare, SSDI, and workers' compensation.

  • 2016 Foundations Program Concludes with 11 Certificate Earners

    The IAIABC Foundations of Workers' Compensation Administration Program has concluded, awarding eleven participants with certificates of completion. Foundations provides comprehensive education in workers’ compensation policy and administration to jurisdictional agency staff.