IAIABC 106th Convention “Transforming” to Virtual Program


The safety and health of IAIABC members, staff, and society is of the utmost importance to the Association. Given the health challenges associated with hosting an in-person conference during the ongoing pandemic, the IAIABC Board of Directors has elected to hold the IAIABC 106th Convention as a virtual-only event.  

The theme for this year’s IAIABC Convention is “Transform.” The entire workers’ compensation industry has had to transform itself in many ways throughout the last few months, and that transformation will continue into the future.

Fittingly, the Convention will be transformed as well, as Convention programming will be offered over a 4-week period throughout September. By offering programming over an extended period of time, the IAIABC hopes participants can more easily work sessions into their work days.

The program will include a combination of presentations, discussion forums, and committee meetings as is usual, but if participants are unable to attend a session live, much of the programming will be available on-demand for later viewing.

A more complete schedule, along with registration, will be available on July 10.

While the IAIABC may be transforming the Convention this year, one thing that has not changed is the generosity of IAIABC sponsors. Thank you to the following companies for their continued support:


Safety National


The Black Car Fund

Aerie EDI Group



ODG by MCG Health



Care Bridge International

The IAIABC looks forward to transforming the Convention experience for participants while still providing critical education and information and connecting with peers.

About the IAIABC

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions is a not-for-profit association representing government agencies charged with the administration of workers’ compensation systems as well as other workers’ compensation professionals in the private sector. Its mission is to find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses. Learn more about the IAIABC at www.iaiabc.org.


Contact: Heather Lore, IAIABC Communications and Engagement Director
Phone: (608) 410-2220
Email: hlore@iaiabc.org