Memberships and Affiliations
We energize the power of pooling, making member organizations more effective, collaborative, and informed.
• We represent and connect all pooling organizations
• We provide education, resources and best practices
• We develop and share the best of each member
We bring the brightest minds and ideas together to help us all make pooling successful.
The California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation (CCWC) works alongside state lawmakers and regulators to make positive change happen. We are credited with directly influencing the historic passage of key cost-saving legislation, including Senate Bill 899 (2004) and Senate Bill 863 (2012). This legislation is reducing costs for employers while addressing benefit shortcomings for injured workers. Today, overseeing the implementation of SB 863 in the spirit in which the law was intended and defending against attempts to reverse its achievements are primary objectives for our organization. But they are not our only focus. We are continually anticipating future challenges and formulating proactive solutions.
We understand the workers’ compensation system like no one else. In fact, we are the only organization solely focused on workers’ compensation issues. Employers frequently seek our guidance and technical expertise. Our renowned conference, the Annual Legislative and Educational Forum, is considered the industry’s premier educational and networking event.
CSIA’s mission is to champion and promote the interests of self-insured employers in California by providing leadership on workers’ compensation matters.
CSIA is THE trusted voice for California self-insured employers and their employees.
NWCDC is so much more than your typical conference. It’s a cornerstone of the industry … the annual gathering of like-minded professionals uniting to exchange ideas, share best practices and learn new ways of doing business from some of the country’s largest and most respected employers. And that hasn’t changed for over 25 years.
NWCDC is also home to the industry’s largest Expo, featuring hundreds of exhibitors offering claims management software, cost containment solutions, managed care services, medical/pharmaceutical products, RTW services, risk management solutions and more — all under one roof!
The National Council of Self-Insurers is an organization of corporate, state association and professional members. The Council represents 3500 employers.
The initial and primary interest of the National Council of Self-Insurers is workers’ compensation and particularly self-insurance of the workers’ compensation liability. It speaks at the national level on issues affecting both subjects. The Council also serves as a national education forum for employers and provides information to self-insured companies and state self-insurer associations.
Mission, Vision, and Goals
As the preeminent organization dedicated to educating, engaging and advocating for the global risk community, RIMS, the risk management society™, is a not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 corporate, industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world. RIMS has a membership of approximately 11,000 risk practitioners who are located in more than 60 countries. For more information about the Society’s world-leading risk management content, networking, professional development and certification opportunities, visit www.RIMS.org
PARMA is a professional community of California public agency personnel with responsibility for risk management, and a network of risk management service providers.
PARMA is dedicated to providing relevant, career-long educational opportunities, information on the latest risk management trends and best practices, and the resources public entities need to manage a broad spectrum of risk in an ever-changing environment.