A Word From Our Sponsor On Workers Compensation Being Done Right

Your insurance company understands that your auto dealership workers compensation insurance can take a chunk out of your operating budget. There are things that you can do to help keep those costs low and follow regulations.
Make sure that you have completed and posted all of your state posting notices. Your insurance company should have provided you with posting notices. These are to be displayed somewhere that you employees frequent and can readily see. Work with your local or state safety and health departments to establish a program to help prevent injuries. Workplace accidents will happen, but there are things you can do as an employer to manage your risk with safety practices and employee training. This will all help keep your auto dealership workers compensation insurance premiums at a minimum.
You want to educate not only managers and supervisors, but also employees on what they should do in the event there is an accident. Not only on how to get the needed medical care, but also how to report the incident. By following proper reporting practices it will save you and your employee problems down the road. A first report of injury needs to be done, even if the employee decides not to seek medical help immediately.
Working with your insurance agent and the insurance company you will be able to establish good safety practices that will save you money in the long run.