Succeed Management Solutions’ Risk Management Center Assists Washington Employers in Reducing Claims

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Washington Employers Retro Programs Show Significant Reduction in Workers’ Compensation Claims in WA: Washington Employers Attributes Success to Succeed Management Solutions’ Risk Management Center

Succeed Management Solutions, LLC

I can’t imagine not having Succeed Management Solutions as a strategic partner. Succeed’s professional staff and outstanding suite of tools enables my team to operate at a much higher level...

Washington Employers, the leading non-profit human resource management firm in Washington, has been assisting members since 1936 in managing all matters affecting the employer-employee relationship. They provide members with comprehensive human resource advice and counsel, with an emphasis on preventive (rather than reactive) risk management and accident prevention. Washington Employers’ Group Retrospective Rating Program thus allows member organizations to pool resources together to lower their workers’ compensation premiums and achieve substantial refunds.

Washington Employers has recently announced that two of the programs they administer, manufacturing and construction, received the greatest Retrospective refunds of any competing program in the state. Washington Employers’ attributes the successful results to their attention and dedication to accident prevention, in which Succeed’s Risk Management Center (RMC) plays a key role. The Retro group members have access to the RMC as a value-added benefit through Washington Employers, and use the RMC in managing workplace incidents, near misses, and all claim types. The RMC allows the Retro groups to track and trend any losses, allowing the Washington Employers consultative staff to focus on key loss sources to make employers’ workplaces safer by using the proactive solutions offered through the RMC. Succeed Management Solutions has demonstrated that using the RMC reduces incident frequency (their clients have been able to reduce frequency rates by approximately 85%), and their Retrospective Rating clients have seen a reduction in workers’ compensation claims.

"I can’t imagine not having Succeed Management Solutions as a strategic partner. Succeed’s professional staff and outstanding suite of tools enables my team to operate at a much higher level. The companies that we represent are just becoming safer places to work. We were great before, now the sky’s the limit…" says Arthur M. Dalessandro, Director of Workers Compensation Services at Washington Employers.

About Succeed Management Solutions, LLC

As a $500 billion per year market, the commercial insurance industry provides consultative risk management services for thousands of customers worldwide. Succeed’s Risk Management Center provides a web-based resource to assist commercial insurance agents, brokers, and carriers in delivering proactive Risk Management services to their clients.

By providing this valuable resource to their clients, agencies are able to differentiate themselves and deepen their client relationships. Agencies also find the platform valuable for winning new business by allowing them to offer additional value beyond what competitors offer.

Today, Succeed offers a comprehensive package of services and software applications needed by all organizations to effectively and proactively develop and manage their risk mitigation programs. For more information visit http://www.succeedms.com

About Washington Employers

Washington Employers is a member-based organization, serving more than 1,200 member-employers. Our business is helping organizations deal with the complexities of human resource management. Since 1936, member companies have relied upon us to be their single source for consultation on all matters affecting the employer-employee relationship. And, as a non-profit organization, we are able to provide all these services in a remarkably cost-effective manner compared to other options in the marketplace. Visit Washington Employers on the web at http://www.wa-emp.com.

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