OCI Brings Automated Certificates of Insurance and First Reports Online: Web-Based Applications Speed Up Operations, Reduce Errors

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In today’s business environment, a company can’t wait two or three days for a certificate of insurance, especially when ongoing operations or new business opportunities are dependent on the prompt certification of coverage. By the same token, prompt, accurate filing of a first report of incident is critical to getting information to claims handlers and maintaining OSHA compliance in the workplace. Based on its 21 years of experience helping Fortune 500 companies design systems to handle these issues, OCI has created two cost-effective, Web-based products designed to eliminate the time delays and extensive hand-written paperwork typically associated with both these processes.

In today’s business environment, a company can’t wait two or three days for a certificate of insurance, especially when ongoing operations or new business opportunities are dependent on the prompt certification of coverage. By the same token, prompt, accurate filing of a first report of incident is critical to getting information to claims handlers and maintaining OSHA compliance in the workplace.

Based on its 21 years of experience helping Fortune 500 companies design systems to handle these issues, OCI has created two cost-effective, Web-based products designed to eliminate the time delays and extensive hand-written paperwork typically associated with both these processes.

OCI’s Certificates of Insurance is an online tool that creates, stores, issues and e-mails separate requests for Liability or Property certificates of insurance, endorsements, addendums and attachments, giving instant access to the documentation critical to maintaining operations at a workplace.

At the same time, OCI’s First Report of Incident (FROI) and OSHA Reporting tool helps employers collect the necessary information about an incident, which can then be submitted instantly to the claims administrator system, or sent to insurance carriers or Third Party Administrators. With easy-to-use, OSHA-compliant forms, employers can be assured they’re collecting the right information and, by entering them electronically rather than by hand, reducing the risk that data entry errors will be made.

About OCI

Since 1984, OCI has delivered flexible, cost-effective, integrated solutions to companies that need timely information to effectively manage their risk programs, control costs and improve productivity. As a premier independent application service provider in the RMIS industry, OCI provides the expertise to host your data, deliversing customizable information solutions exclusively over the Internet, managing the technology so companies can focus on managing their businesses. For more information, visit http://www.oci.com or call (800) 678-6604.

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