Michigan Workers’ Comp Insurance

CAMComp is a Michigan Workers’ Compensation Insurance company. The plan is a group self-insurance program designed for and operated by the construction industry.

CAMComp is based in Michigan and has decades of experience with the local construction industry. You can expect quality in service, quality in workers’ comp claims management and quality in the handling of claims when they arise. Our service provider is top-quality also, with an AM Best rating of A+.

We monitor claims for validity to help control workers’ comp group costs. And when a claim needs to be processed, we do so quickly and efficiently, right here in our Michigan offices. Get a quote >

how safety pays:

It’s simple. When your workers’ comp group is safe, you get cash back. CAM COMP = CA$H COMP for many of the groups we cover. Once a year, you can expect a dividend of a percentage of your premiums.* More about how safety pays >

the same coverage

It’s the same. By law, all providers must deliver workers’ comp coverage to comply with Michigan Compensation standards. The significant difference is the cash back you can receive. More about we offer  the same coverage >

we understand you

It’s delivered by your peers. We fully understand the unique workers’ comp needs of the construction industry. And we understand the value of your time. When you call us – for any reason – you will get quick service from expert staff onsite here in Michigan. More about how we serve you >

flexibility and quality

It’s easy to afford workers’ comp insurance. We offer payment plans to meet your needs for quality coverage with flexible terms. A fair but firm approach to claims management helps ensure the members we cover control costs. And our AM Best rating is A+4. More about our flexibility and quality >

Looking for workers’ compensation insurance in Michigan? CAMComp has the coverage your group insurance plan needs. If you are a member of a Construction Association of Michigan, your business may qualify for workers’ compensation insurance from CAMComp.

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CAMComp 34th Annual Meeting – April 20

Come join us to celebrate how you’ve helped CAMComp grow to where we are today. Let’s continue spinning this wheel of fortune by working together to solve the puzzle of workers’ comp safety and win the jackpot of savings in 2017 and beyond!

Our scheduled speakers will present:

  • Wheel of Fortune Introduction – Jan Prince, Administrator, CAMComp
  • What to Expect from a Safety Visit and How CAMComp Can Help – Jason Griffin, Director of Education and Safety Services, CAM
  • The Many Benefits of Using The Safety Center – Ellen Ladd, Senior Client Advisor, Midwest Employers Casualty Company
  • How CAMComp Handles Claims Efficiently – Dick Wos, Vice President, Comprehensive Risk Services, Inc.
  • Claims Containment and Savings – Bob Bartlett, Vice President/Secretary and Co-Founder, Review Works
  • CAMComp Annual Investment Review – Joseph Veranth, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Dana Investment Advisors

Where: MGM Grand Detroit Ignite Room
When: 11:30 a.m. Meet & Greet Reception and Open Bar, followed by Lunch and Presentations
RSVP: Email jsinger@camcomp.net or call 586-790-7810 by April 4, 2017

Complimentary Casino Valet parking. Take Ignite Room elevator, left inside Valet entrance.

Be sure to stay for the “Mystery Round Raffle” where we will be giving away an exciting prize.

Winter Webinars for 2017

This winter, CAMComp offers new webinars at the Safety Center:

  1. Strategies in Reducing Musculoskeletal Injuries Resulting in Workers’ Compensation Claims
  2. Strategies for Reducing Accident Repetition
  3. Cold Stress Solutions
  4. Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Development

Webinars are available for viewing 24/7 and average 30 minutes in length. A small amount of your time can reap big rewards!

Access the Safety Center at www.safetypays.net. There you can view the webinars at your convenience from now until April 1, 2017. To gain access, a user name and password is required. Contact Michelle Mage mmage@safetypays.net for a user name and password to access the Safety Center.

Fall Webinars for 2016

This fall, CAMComp offers five webinars at the Safety Center:

  1. Major Changes to OSHA’s Reporting Requirements, Employee Protections, and Increased Fines
  2. Are You Prepared for an OSHA Inspection?
  3. Accountability for Your Safety
  4. Lockout/Tagout – Safely Controlling Energy

Webinars are available for viewing 24/7 and average 30 minutes in length. A small amount of your time can reap big rewards!

Access the Safety Center at www.safetypays.net. There you can view the webinars at your convenience from now until January 1, 2017. To gain access, a user name and password is required. Contact Michelle Mage mmage@safetypays.net for a user name and password to access the Safety Center.

OSHA Fines Go Up Sharply

Maximum penalties for violations of OSHA rules are going up sharply since Congress passed the “Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act.”

The Inflation Adjustment Act requires agencies to: (1) Adjust the level of civil monetary penalties with an initial “catch-up” adjustment through an interim final rulemaking (IFR); and (2) make subsequent annual adjustments for inflation.

OSHA’s maximum penalties haven’t changed since 1990. The new law catches up with annual inflation and can result in a maximum penalty of $124,709 for “willful or repeated” violations. Violation of a posting requirement can result in a $2,471 penalty.

The new penalties are as much as 78% higher than the old penalties. Be sure to keep up with OSHA’s current rules on recording and reporting, filing, required workplace posters and more. See their Employer Responsibility page >

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