• IAIABC Perspectives Magazine:Contemporary Comp

    IAIABC Perspectives Magazine:Contemporary Comp

    The March 2019 issue of Perspectives, the IAIABC's quarterly digital magazine, focuses on what the workers' compensation industry is doing to prepare for 2019 and beyond. Access is free for IAIABC members and non-members can subscribe.

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International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions

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The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, or IAIABC, is an association of workers' compensation jurisdictional regulatory agencies and industry stakeholders who find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses. 

Featured Resources

IAIABC Featured Resources


May 2019 "Accidentally" Podcast: Diversity and Inclusion: Not Just Buzz Words

Diversity and inclusion are not just today's management buzz words - we all need to understand their value and work to foster more diverse and inclusive workplaces. IAIABC executive director Jennifer Wolf shares ideas and insights into how the workers' compensation industry can do better during her May 2019 "Accidentally" podcast.


Snapshot Look at the Self-Insurance Regulators' Handbook


The executive summary of the IAIABC Self-Insurance Regulators' Handbook provides a snapshot of self-insurance regulation in workers' compensation including information on application processes, posting security, excess insurance, bankruptcy, claims administration, and group self-insurance.


Member Spotlight


May 2019: Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation

The May member spotlight features the Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Read about Tennessee's "Next Step Program", their upcoming centennial plans, thoughts on three challenges facing the workers' compensation industry, and more. Thank you to our President Abbie Hudgens for sharing with us.


  • New Study: Workers' Compensation Laws as of January 1, 2019

    An essential tool for policymakers and other stakeholders to identify the similarities and distinctions between workers' compensation regulations and benefit levels in U.S. states and Canadian provinces, "Workers' Compensation Laws as of January 1, 2019," is now available from the WCRI and IAIABC.

  • IAIABC NextGen Award Nominations Now Open

    The third annual IAIABC NextGen initiative is officially open! Nominate an individual under age 40 who's having a positive impact on the workers' compensation industry and doing exemplary work for their organization by May 10.