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21 Steps to Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs
777 Grandview Drive, Kalispell
Learn the key steps to controlling workers compensation premiums and how workplace safety can beutilized as a strategic business management tool and lead to significant returns on your investment (ROI).
Learn how a safety culture leads to fewer injuries and increased productivity.
Develop the steps to lower your workers compensation costs.
Learn how safety can positively impact your bottom line.
Presenter: Fred Miller has worked for more than 12 years as a commercial insurance agent in Helenaand Great Falls, specializing in workers compensation. He currently works as an Outreach Trainer with theSafety & Health Bureau at the Montana Department of Labor & Industry, helping workers and businessesunderstand the importance of workplace safety. He teaches OSHA 10-hour classes to high schools acrossMontana.
Miller earned the Associate of Risk Management and Associate of Underwriting designations from theInsurance Institute of America. He holds an Occupational Health & Safety Technician certificate from theBoard of Certified Safety Professionals and is an OSHA-authorized General Industry and ConstructionOutreach Trainer. In addition, he holds a bachelors degree from Allegheny College in Meadville,Pennsylvania.
Preview: Tune in to the Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on KGEZ AM 600/FM 96.5/KGEZ.com on January 21 in the 9 oclock hour to hear Fred Millers tips on how to controlworkers compensation costs.
For more information call: (406)758-6200
Cybersecurity or Defense Against the Dark Arts
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2020 12 P.M. 1 P.M.
The security of your business doesnt exist solely in computer or technology, rather its forged in trust. Trust inpeople and principles, trust that your clients give to you in protecting their data, assets and interests. Learn howto safeguard your technology presence and online interactions.
Presenter: Shawn Weisz, Weisz Consulting
Wage & Hour, Independent Contractors & Employment Relationships
TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2020 12 P.M. 2 P.M. Note: Time is expanded to two hours to cover this information.
Learn about Montana wage and hour and independent contractor laws from a Compliance Specialist with the Montana Department of Labor & Industrys Employment Relations Division
Presenter: Logan Jackson, Montana Department of Labor & Industry