What's New: New Authorization Process
The WCIRB has integrated DocuSign® to modernize how insurers, agents and brokers request authorization from policyholders to access experience rating worksheets (ratesheets), inspection reports and Comprehensive Risk Summary (CRS)® reports through WCIRB Connect®. The entire authorization process is now online and fully integrated with WCIRB Connect. Users no longer have to print and fill out a Letter of Authorization (Form 810), obtain the policyholder’s signature, and scan and upload the document to access policyholder data. Get More Details>
WCIRB Connect provides online access to information and data for insurers, agents and brokers and other authorized users.
WCIRB Connect is best viewed on Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 11.
With WCIRB Connect, licensed agents and brokers have access to:
Licensed agents or brokers may enroll individually, or an agency or brokerage may enroll as a Business Entity and manage its own user accounts. Any licensed agency or brokerage that needs 25 or more user accounts must register for a Business Entity account.
Insurers have access to:
Read about the WCIRB Connect Work Queue 360.
Many WCIRB members are already using WCIRB Connect for Insurers. If you work for a member insurer and wish to check your company's enrollment status, email [email protected]. We can tell you whether your company has begun the process or who is the system administrator for your account.
Insurer members who use TPEs can authorize and set up access to specific policyholder information on WCIRB Connect. Learn more about WCIRB Connect Access Options for TPEs.
The Claims Coverage Research feature of WCIRB Connect provides insurer claims adjusters immediate access to detailed coverage information for policies dating back to 1974 to aid in proper claims handling.
If you have questions regarding the Claims Coverage Research feature, please email [email protected].