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Save Significantly on Your Workers’ Compensation Premium

Did you know that many alternative discounts are available to help reduce your annual Ohio workers’ compensation costs? Through the Sedgwick workers’ compensation program, your organization can significantly reduce your workers’ compensation costs through a variety of alternative rating programs. Sedgwick offers you quality service and stability through the complex workers’ compensation environment.
For over 50 years, Sedgwick has been helping employers navigate Ohio’s workers’ compensation system, providing services to help them control claim-related costs and reduce premiums. Their team includes the experienced colleagues from CompManagement and CareWorks Comp. The two companies merged and are now Sedgwick. Together, they serve nearly 65,000 Ohio employers including organizations of all sizes operating in various industries across the state. Group rating programs administered by Sedgwick have produced over $4 billion in savings since group rating was introduced in 1991, and their group retrospective programs have returned over $630 million in premium refunds since the program began in 2009.
If your organization is not yet participating in this member benefit, and you would like to receive a free, no-obligation analysis from Sedgwick, email Cordell Walton at

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Cordell Walton
Phone: 614-827-0398

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April 2023 – Statewide Seminars taking place April 2023
March 2023 – Electrical safety
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February 2023 – Stress in the workplace
January 2023 – OSHA & PERRP Recordkeeping
January 2023 – Cost containment matters – Here’s why
December 2022 – Safety during the holidays
November 2022 – Cold weather safety
November 2022 – Cost containment matters – here’s why
October 2022 – Estimating payroll for workers’ compensation premium
October 2022 – Hierarchy of hazard control
September 2022 – Navigating Ohio’s workers’ compensation system
September 2022 – Near misses – are they important?
August 2022 – Ohio Workers’ Comp & Experience Modification Rate
August 2022 – Heat Stress and Illnesses
July 2022 – Safety in the office
June 2022 – Developing a Safety Program
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