International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions
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The IAIABC is an association of workers' compensation jurisdictional regulators and industry professionals who find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses.
IAIABC Online Communities
Jurisdiction to Jurisdiction ("J2J")
Use the J2J Community to collaborate, share information, and connect with hundreds of your fellow workers' compensation regulators and agency staff.
Open to Jurisdictional Members
Jurisdictional News and Notices
Use the Jurisdictional News and Notices Community to 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
Visit the online communities at www.iaiabc.org/online-communities or find the link under the "Connect" section.
Every Single Fatality
The role that occupational health and safety programs play in a country's economy and society is a critical one. This is true throughout the world. In her September 2017 "Accidentally" podcast, Jennifer Wolf Horejsh discusses the impact of human capital on the economic and social fabric, and how every worker has the right to return to home healthy and safe.
EDI Claims Release 3.1 Published
Following two years of intense work, the newest EDI Standard has been published: EDI Claims Release 3.1. IAIABC Jurisdictional and EDI members can access and download the Implementation Guide with the membership; Associate and non-members can purchase access to the Guide. This is also a great time for members to get the EDI Training Subscription, which includes several training offerings on Release 3.1.
NextGen recipients shared insights into workers' compensation and personal stories at IAIABC 103rd Convention.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation won the 2017 IAIABC Innovation Award for their submission, "Saving Lives - Building a Modern Pharmacy Program."