Dear Safety Council Members,
Many of you qualified for the fiscal year 2020 (FY20) safety council rebate as a result of your active participation in the program from July 2019 through February 2020 before we announced the COVID-19 program waiver in April.
We have taken extra steps to provide financial relief to Ohio’s employer community during the ongoing pandemic, including a $1.54 billion dividend in April and a $1.34 billion dividend last month. The latest dividend represents 100% of billed premium for eligible employers for the time frame on which we would have calculated a FY20 safety council rebate. Because of this, there will be no FY20 safety council rebate.
As a reminder, many Ohio safety councils are providing ongoing safety education and networking through virtual monthly meetings. We hope you are taking advantage and benefiting from this resource. Also, we remain committed to assisting Ohio employers with their accident prevention needs during the pandemic. To learn more about our services, please visit www.bwc.ohio.gov.
For the latest information on COVID-19 in Ohio, visit www.coronavirus.ohio.gov. For questions about COVID-19 as it relates BWC, please email BWCCOVID19@bwc.state.oh.us.
Thank you for all you do to keep Ohio’s employers and workforce safe and healthy.
BWC Safety Council Program Manager
We look forward to launching our FY21 HFC Safety Council year on Wednesday, September 2nd, with a few familiarities and a few changes!
UPCOMING MEETING: DECEMBER 2ND
“Crisis Management for Business Leaders” with Hennes Communications
Welcome to the Highland-Fayette-Clinton Safety Council
The Highland-Fayette-Clinton (HFC) Safety Council provides our tri-county business community with quality programs addressing occupational safety and health, workers’ compensation, and risk management education and information. As a member, you’ll stay informed on the latest safety techniques, products, and services from qualified experts representing a wide range of occupational fields.
Non-members are welcome to join us for meetings to learn more about the Council and how they can become formally involved!
Participating in the HFC Safety Council can help you:
• Learn techniques for increasing safety in your workplace
• Learn how to better manage your workers’ compensation program
• Network with other employers in your community
• Access useful workers’ compensation and risk management information
• Earn a safety council rebate in addition to other discounts