About IAIABC 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.

What Can IAIABC Members Do?

IAIABC membership offers a variety of benefits, from connecting to peers, discussing hot topics, accessing resources, and attending in-person and virtual events.

Join Committees

IAIABC committees are an excellent way to engage in dialogue and discussion on specific workers’ compensation policy areas and develop informational resources for the IAIABC membership and workers’ compensation industry. IAIABC members can actively participate in committee discussions and projects. Learn more about committees on the IAIABC Committees page.

Educate and Train

Members receive discounted registration rates to IAIABC educational programming held throughout the year, both in-person and web-based. Offerings currently include:

  • IAIABC Convention (annual fall meeting)
  • The Forum (annual spring meeting)
  • educate@iaiabc online educational platform, with libraries of content on a variety of workers' compensation topics, including EDI reporting
  • IAIABC Foundations of Workers' Compensation Administration Program (open to Jurisdictional members only)
  • Judicial training programs in collaboration with the NAWCJ and CWCL
  • WorkCompare comparative database
  • Complimentary member webinars on hot industry topics
Access Resources

Enjoy instant access to “members only” resources on www.iaiabc.org. Resources are developed frequently by IAIABC members, committees, staff, and industry experts. Some examples include:

  • WorkCompare comparative database
  • A How-To Guide for Injury and Work Disability Prevention
  • Injured Worker Frequently Asked Questions and State-Specific Resources
  • EDI Implementation Guides, models, and companion guides (Jurisdictional and EDI members only)
  • Workers' Compensation Policy and the Changing Workforce (collaboration with the NAIC)
  • Claims Measures Survey
  • A Look at Fee Schedules - Policy Choices & Consequences
  • IAIABC/WCRI Workers' Compensation Laws

Member Voices

Jill Dulich

The IAIABC has provided me with a terrific opportunity to connect with a plethora of industry experts from all aspects of the workers’ compensation industry.  The ability to exchange information and seek out solutions with the IAIABC members is unparalleled.  As my involvement with the association has grown, so has my respect for all of the members who stop at nothing to educate, problem solve, share valuable knowledge and forward thinking ideas with their peers.  The IAIABC is an organization that every state and industry partner should be a member of!

- Jill A. Dulich, Claims and Operations Manager, California Self-Insurers' Security Fund

Jon Brothen

"The IAIABC and its reporting standards provide great benefit to the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. In particular, the medical issues committee and the EDI claims committee, along with Claims Release 3.1 are valuable resources and the technical foundation for Minnesota’s reporting requirements."

- Jon Brothen, Management Analyst, Minnesota Department of Labor and Indsutry

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.