The AWC Workers' Comp Retro Program provides training and tools that empower employers to lower risks for on-the-job injuries. Our focus on injury prevention and safety reduces your overall workers’ compensation costs. Members participate in our Retro Pool or the Safety Alliance.
When an accident happens it’s important you know what to do and when to do it. Get more info about reporting a claim, the Stay at Work program, and Risk Console.
Workers' Comp Retro works to keep your employees safe before an accident happens. Find out about safety and compliance services available to members.
Our training helps you provide a safe work environment and meet statutory requirements. Learn about site-specific training and our popular Retro Safety Academy.
We constantly monitor performance and help members lower workers’ comp costs. Understand what this means for members of the Retro Pool and Safety Alliance.
We offer a voluntary financial incentive program through the Retro Pool or a service-only option through the Safety Alliance. Learn more our structure and how to join.
Access previous issues of Your Retro Resource.
Register now for 2017 Retro Annual Meeting
Run your OSHA reports in RiskConsole. OSHA 300a log must be posted February 1 – April 30.
Register now for Retro Safety Academy.
AWC Retro Board adopted AWC Workers’ Comp Retro Program Policies, effective January 1, 2017.
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