• "Rewire" Your Thinking About Workers' Compensation

    The IAIABC 105th Convention program features sessions on the global future of workers' compensation, dispute resolution data standardization, modernizing the workers' compensation organization, medical management of PTSD, and more! Join us in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 21-24, 2019.

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  • IAIABC Perspectives: School's Out

    IAIABC Perspectives: School's Out

    IAIABC Perspectives Magazine July 2019 issue shares articles on cancer presumptions, summer safety, mental health services, summer reading recommendations, and Board of Editors note from Sandy Shtab. We wish you happy reading!

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International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions

Find Information. Connect People. 

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

 

July 2019 "Accidentally" Podcast: Measures of Success

Measuring the success of workers' compensation policy is no easy task. Looking at the different industry stakeholder groups, Jennifer Wolf shares her thoughts on metrics that can help define success and foster stability and strength within workers' compensation. Listen to the July 2019 "Accidentally" podcast now.

 

IAIABC Perspectives: School's Out

IAIABC Perspectives Magazine July 2019 issue shares articles on cancer presumptions, summer safety, mental health services, summer reading recommendations, and Board of Editors note from Sandy Shtab. We wish you happy reading!

Member Spotlight

 

 
July 2019: Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation

The July member spotlight features the Pennsylvania Bureau of Workers' Compensation. Read about their Automation and Integration System; employee recruitment; prevention discounts; safety initiative partnership with Carnegie Mellon University; and more. Thank you to Marianne Saylor for sharing with us.

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