Join the IAIABC

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions brings together the workers’ compensation regulatory and private sector communities to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of workers’ compensation systems around the world.

​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.


Membership ValueEnjoying conversations at IAIABC Convention

Resources. Get instant access to resources providing information, data, and insights into workers' compensation policy, regulation, and administration around the world.

News and Information. News updates help your organization stay on top of what's happening in other jurisdictions and organizations in the industry.

Education and Training. ​Receive discounted registration rates and complimentary member webinar access to IAIABC educational programs hosted throughout the year.

Connections. ​Connect to thousands of workers' compensation leaders and experts for information-sharing and collaboration. Participate in Members-only discussion forums for quick and easy information-sharing and collaboration.

Committees. The IAIABC has 14 committees and councils that engage in dialogue on specific workers' compensation policy and issue areas, and develop invaluable resources for the IAIABC membership. 

Standard Development. ​IAIABC members, particularly many U.S. Jurisdictional and EDI members, participate in the development and maintenance of electronic data interchange standards for claims, medical, and proof of coverage reporting. 

Support. Receive assistance from IAIABC staff and fellow members on workers' compensation questions, papers, presentations, and surveys.


Member Voices

Peter Federko"The IAIABC helps me understand what trends in the industry I need to be aware of before they become a problem for my jurisdiction. Because of our involvement in the IAIABC, we are better positioned to meet the needs of injured workers and employers in our province.” 
Peter Federko, CEO, Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board


Brandon Miller

“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


Perspectives on the IAIABC

In celebration of its Centennial in 2014, the IAIABC produced "Perspectives on the IAIABC" where prominent IAIABC members shared their perspectives on the past, present, and future of the Association.


Questions About Membership

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