The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services provides Risk Management to policy-holder companies. Risk Management is a study that evaluates each individual company and quantifies its past, current and projected financial losses using company specific Workers' Compensation data. By utilizing this data, these studies advise employers on benefits, methods, costs and potential savings. Risk Management studies may also involve the coordination of other resources needed to assist a client.
Specifically, a Risk Management Analysis will focus on where a company is experiencing injuries and how those injuries will impact the company financially. The Risk Management Specialist will visit your facility and present the Risk Management Analysis findings to management and employees. The consultant will conduct a multi-media presentation outlining problem areas. NOTE: The services are free of charge to all Wyoming Workers' Compensation policyholders.
Read a more in-depth explanation about Risk Management Services.
Request a review of Loss Runs, Risk Management Analysis or the Safety Discount Program using the Risk Management Request form.
Workplace Safety Contracts - Safety Improvement Fund
The Wyoming Safety Improvement Fund is a program that can help businesses implement health and safety training programs, or assist with the purchase of health and safety equipment. Get more details about the program.
Loss Run Reports
Loss run reports are a great claims management tool as they provide a detailed list of claims for a given time period. The loss run report will show injury date, claim number, claimant name, claim status, injury type, injury description, medical expenses and indemnity expenses. You may run a loss run report any time from the PIERS website.
Risk Management Analysis (formerly known as Cost Benefit Analysis)
A Risk Management Analysis is a free resource provided to all employers with an active Workers' Compensation policy. A full RMA provides your company with an individualized presentation that covers:
- What your EMR is and how it is calculated
- Your company's current base rate(s)
- Premium History
- Risk Locations
- Injury History with Data Trending
- Claims Management
- Discounts - How to Apply & Potential Savings
- Fraud & What to Do
- Policy Contact Information
Safety Discount Program
Employers willing to adopt a written health and safety program, with specific requirements, may enroll in the Safety Discount Program. Employers must complete an initial application and submit their written safety program for approval. View the Health and Safety Program Templates. Upon acceptance into the program, employers will be required to complete an annual renewal application.
- Safety Discount Application - For new applicants and renewals with policy changes
- Safety Discount Renewal Application - For renewals without policy changes
- Visit here to submit an electronic Safety Discount renewal application (for renewals without policy changes)
Drug & Alcohol Program
Employers utilizing a drug testing program may qualify for a base rate discount! To qualify for the Drug-Free Workplace Discount, employers must be doing 100% pre-employment testing, post-accident testing, reasonable suspicion testing and 20% random drug testing a year. View the Substance Abuse Treatment Resources.
- Drug & Alcohol Discount Application - For new applicants and renewals with policy changes
- Drug & Alcohol Discount Renewal Application - For renewals without policy changes
- Visit here to submit an electronic Drug & Alcohol Discount renewal application (for renewals without policy changes)
Complete information for the premium base rate discount is available in the Rules, Regulations and Fee Schedules of the Wyoming Workers' Safety and Compensation Division, Chapter 2.
Health & Safety Consultation Discount
Employers willing to invite and work with a WCSR Safety Specialist or an OSHA Consultant to correct hazards in the workplace may qualify for a base rate discount.
Student Learner / Student Training Agreements
This program allows for extra-hazardous employers with Workers' Compensation coverage to enter into a student learner agreement or student training agreement with a school, student, and the Division. Students will be covered under the employer's Workers' Compensation policy while gaining real-world experience and school credit or compensation.
- Effective July 1, 2021, as a result of HB0239
- The employer is responsible for filing the agreement with the Division
- If any changes or termination of the agreement occur, the employer is responsible for informing and updating the Division
- Please reference Child Labor Requirements
- Program information flyer
The Student Learner / Student Training Agreement can be found here. Please complete and follow the submission instructions on the last page.
Request a loss run report, Risk Management Analysis, and other Risk Management services by using the Risk Management Request form.
Wyoming Workers' Compensation