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Safety Group

When hospitality operators practice safety in the workplace we all win! The Safety Group Program presented by Colorado Restaurant Association and sponsored by Pinnacol Assurance is designed to reduce workers' compensation costs by promoting safety and claims management practices in the workplace.

CRA Safety Group

Participation Requirements

  • Be a current CRA member
  • Have two full-term policy periods of continuous workers’ compensation experience, excluding the current period
  • Maintain a minimum loss ratio established by the safety group program
  • Comply with the Safety Group Program’s training requirements
  • Maintain effective hiring, safety and claims management programs
  • Demonstrate management commitment to maintaining and enhancing a safe workplace
  • Implement a return to work program
  • Designate and use Pinnacol SelectNet providers. Rural exception for physical locations without a SelectNet provider within 30 miles

For more information on how to qualify, contact the CRA at (303) 830-2972.

WC Training

Four Training Options

All Safety Group members must attend, at a minimum, two Pinnacol-approved risk management training sessions per policy period. Click below for registration information. Get a flyer explaining the requirements here.


One
Any approved Safety Group Qualified training provided by CRA.
2019 Dates coming soon!

Topics may include:
Managing Safety Through Good Hiring Practices
Effective Safety Training
Knife Safety/Knife Skills
Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention


Two

Attendance at Pinnacol's annual Risk Management Symposiums. (Attending one full day event fulfills your annual training requirement)
2019 Dates coming soon!


Three

Any on-site seminar at Pinnacol Assurance - see pinnacol.com for available sessions.


Four

Any Pinnacol / JJ Keller online Interactive Training course that is Safety-Related and at least 45 minutes in length. Access free courses via (303) 361-4700 or online here.


Pinnacol Assurance Resources

 


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