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accompanying current growth in
temp worker hiring.
“I’ll talk about the duties and
responsibilities, and how OSHA will
come in during an investigation and
view each of the parties,” he said.
The Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act is another
current topic that conference
speakers will weigh in on at a session
“There has been a lot of
postulation about what the ACA’s
impact is on the industry,” said
Denise Zoe Gillen-Algire, director,
managed care and disability
corporate risk at Safeway Inc. and the
conference’s program co-chair.
“We want to say, ‘OK, what is the
takeaway? What does it mean to
employers?’ We want to take that
information and say, ‘What can you
do as employers to manage your
workers’ comp program and either
prepare or mitigate some of the
William Wilt, president of Assured
Research, will join Gillen-Algire.
Here are some other presentations:
Opening Keynote: Integrating
M.D., is senior
of the Office
Coordination and Research
Support at the National Institute
for Occupational Safety and Health.
Chosewood will demonstrate how to
reduce employer costs by integrating
occupational health and safety with
health promotion and post-injury
Session: Modeling Managed Care for
Speakers from two large, self-insured employers and a national
workers’ comp consultant will explain
managed care services and how to
evaluate which ones deliver the best
outcomes and greatest cost savings.
Speakers: Barry Bloom, principal at
The bdb Group; John Riggs, manager
of workers’ compensation, Disneyland
Resort; and John Smolk, principal
manager, workers’ compensation,
Southern California Edison.
Session: Risk Financing: Selecting
the Best Option for Your Company
Mark Walls, conference program
co-chair and VP, communications and
strategic analysis at Safety National,
will cover a range of considerations
for employers weighing various
insurance arrangements. From
buying first-dollar coverage and large
deductible programs to self-insuring,
he will lay out the key considerations
Session: Loss Mitigation of High
Value Workers’ Compensation Claims
Hear about risk analysis that
can identify old claims previously
considered incapable of being resolved.
The session will seek audience
participation while discussing several
cost drivers such as treating-doctor
issues and Medicare set-asides.
Speakers: Christianne Quinn,
national workers’ compensation
manager at Pep Boys; and David R.
Kunz, managing partner at Kunz &
Session: Behavior-Based Safety
Program: How You Can Prevent
Injuries and Improve Product Quality
Safety and product quality go
hand in hand, so a behavior-based
safety program stands to improve
loss prevention and high-quality
production throughout a company.
Speaker: Julia Sfurm, corporate
senior risk operations manager, Elkay
agenda.html for a look at the
conference’s complete agenda.
ROBERTO CENICEROS is senior editor
of Risk & Insurance® and co-chair of the
National Workers’ Compensation and
Disability Conference® and Expo. He can be
reached at email@example.com.
“THERE HAS BEEN A
LOT OF POSTULATION
ABOUT WHAT THE
ACA’S IMPACT IS ON
—DENISE ZOE GILLEN-ALGIRE,
DIRECTOR, MANAGED CARE AND
DISABILITY CORPORATE RISK,