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WCIRB Submits Amended Filing

The WCIRB has submitted an amended January 1, 2014 Pure Premium Rate Filing to the California Department of Insurance.

New Audit Requirements for Dual Wage Classifications

On November 30, 2012, the Insurance Commissioner approved amendments to the California Workers' Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan - 1995 (USRP) that establish new audit requirements for policies effective on or after January 1, 2014 that develop payroll in a high wage, dual wage construction classification.

Governing Committee to Meet December 13

The WCIRB Governing Committee will meet on December 13, 2017 at the WCIRB’s office in Oakland, California. 

Expansion of WCIRB Educational Services

 In 2018 and beyond, the WCIRB will be expanding workers’ compensation educational services through dynamic outreach initiatives. 

Actuarial Committee to Meet December 6

The WCIRB Actuarial Committee will meet on December 6, 2017 at the WCIRB’s office in Oakland, California.

At the meeting, the Committee will review methodologies for insurer experience valued as of September 30, 2017, legislative cost monitoring, the WCIRB earthquake study, an analysis on adjustments for wage level differences in pure premium ratemaking, and potential 2018 Actuarial and Research study projects.

New for 2018: Classification 5193, Computer or Telephone System or Equipment Installation, Service or Repair

The WCIRB performed a comprehensive review of the classifications applicable to employers that install or repair a variety of electronic and low voltage systems, and proposed several new classifications based on the study findings. One of the new classifications, 5193, Computer or Telephone System or Equipment Installation, Service or Repair, was created based on converging technology.

Reminder: Comprehensive Risk Summary Report (CRS)™ Available for Agents and Brokers on WCIRB Connect®

Licensed casualty agents and brokers can quickly obtain detailed policyholder information on WCIRB Connect with the COMPREHENSIVE RISK SUMMARY (CRS) Report. The fully downloadable and printable CRS Report includes the following information.


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