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 Mission Statement
The mission of the California Housing Workers' Compensation Authority (CHWCA) is to protect member resources by providing a stable and economical Workers' Compensation Program through an aggressive claims management policy and quality risk management services for its members.
  
 Announcements
CHWCA 2017 Safety Award Program

The CHWCA Cash for Culture Safety Award campaign has started.  Our goal is to promote a positive safety culture…one idea at a time. Your employees can win cash awards up to $500 by submitting their safety ideas and solutions.  Your agency can also take home a $6,000 award by winning the most proactive and innovative safety program submitted.  All employee and agency submissions are due by Wednesday, November 1, 2017…but you don’t need to wait.  Use the materials in the “More Links” section to promote this awesome program and keep those submissions coming. For questions please call Jane Hayes at 916.244.1128 or jhayes@bickmore.net.

 
State Regulations Regarding Workers' Compensation Posting and Claim Form
New State regulations take effect January 1, 2016 which will require California employers to make changes regarding Workers' Compensation posting of notice and providing new DWC1 claim form to workers injured on or after that date. Please refer to "member's only" section of this website, under "Workers' Compensation Claims" for a copy of the revised poster and DWC1 claim form.
 
BICKMORE CRT MANUAL AVAILABLE TO CHWCA MEMBERS
Bickmore has released its new Contractual Risk Transfer (CRT) Manual, which is available to the CHWCA members, as well as all of the Bickmore Program Administration clients.  CRT is used for contracts/agreements, special event permits, participation agreements, and many other situations when agencies obtain products, services, or permits activities on agency properties. The manual simplifies the CRT process.  Click here to access the Bickmore website and request a copy of the CRT manual.
 
  
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Accreditation

CHWCA has met all of the high professional standards established by CAJPA in the areas of governance, finance, claims control, safety and loss prevention, excess coverage, and risk management.

CHWCA is proud to have held the highest designation possible, ‘Accredited with Excellence’, since June 2006.



 

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