About IAIABC Membership

Benefits of Membership

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions brings together the workers’ compensation regulatory and private sector communities to find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses.

More than 220 organizational members, including 60 jurisdictions, invest in the IAIABC to learn, share, and discuss workers' compensation policy, regulation, and administration on an international scale.

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Why Belong to the IAIABC?

The IAIABC is the leader in providing resources to better understand and inform workers’ compensation policy, regulation, administration, and legislation. Through IAIABC conferences, resources, webinars, trainings, specialized education programs, committee work, and member forums, the workers’ compensation community shares information and builds a better industry.

Gain New Connections

By connecting at conferences, using the member directory, talking to committee members, participating in resource development, or sharing information in an online community, members build relationships across the industry far and wide.

Enhance Services

The knowledge and expertise gained by reading a report, attending conferences, joining a committee, or participating in other educational offerings helps your organization improve service and product development and delivery.

Influence Change

The IAIABC is unique for the opportunities it provides for regulators and associate members to communicate. With a network of thousands of contacts, members can use their voices to serve as resources, discuss emerging trends, and share strategies with their fellow members.


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Member Voices

Abbie Hudgens, Administrator, Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation

"The IAIABC is a significant resource for Tennessee. Whether it is papers on important topics, EDI support, or conversations about the future of workers' compensation, the IAIABC provides it."

- Abbie Hudgens, Administrator, Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation


Brandon Miller, President, Minnesota Workers' Compensation Insurers' Association

"I have been involved with the IAIABC as a regulator and associate member for more than 20 years, and continue to participate in events and committees for the unlimited resources, information-sharing, and networking opportunities."

- Brandon Miller, President, Minnesota Workers' Compensation Insurers' Association


Questions About Membership

If your organization is not currently a member of the IAIABC, complete the Membership Inquiry form to request more information. An IAIABC staff member will contact you soon.