Occupational Safety and Health

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services' Workers' Safety-OSHA provides Risk Management to policy holders 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.

Below you will find some resources as well as programs that will assist you with Risk Management.

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. Details about the program can be found at:

Loss Runs

A loss run is a detailed report that lists workers' compensation claims for your company. The list include injury description, injury costs and reserves for active and inactive claims. Request for PIERS Administrator or download your loss run from PIERS (Info below).

PIERS System
Attention! The PIERS system is down until further notice due to system upgrades. We apologize for the inconvenience. However, businesses can 
still access information by following these  instructions:

PIERSAccess case and billing information for providers, injured workers or employers by computer using the PIERS system. Select from the list below:

An employer PIERS Administrator Account allows the individual to download the Loss Run Reports for the employer. The individual must build their personal PROFILE and fax the Request for PIERS Administrator Form to Risk Management at (307) 777-3646.

Risk Management Analysis (formerly known as: Cost Benefit Analysis)

We compile and present your company specific workers' compensation data and demonstrate how injury costs affects your profits: This information also includes:

  • How your premiums are determined; what the past, current and projected financial costs will be based on your claims history; and how your experience modification rating (EMR) is affected by claims.
  • Details on types of injuries, costs of injuries and reserves with your company.

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 the ANNUAL APPLICATION CERTIFICATION OF SAFETY DISCOUNT PROGRAM PREMIUM CREDIT and submit their written safety program for approval.  View the Safety and Health Programs Guidelines​. Upon acceptance into the program, employers have a potential to save up to 10 percent off the BASE rate premium. Download the Safety Discount Program Accreditation Application​.

Safety and Health Programs

View our guidelines and assistance for Safety and Health programs.

Premium Base Rate Discount for Drug Testing is Available

In 2006, the State Legislature provided for a premium base rate discount in an amount not to exceed 5 percent of the base rate for the employment classification, if the employer complies with a drug and alcohol testing program approved by the Division.

Applications for Certification of the Drug Free Workplace Premium Credit Program along with a copy of your Drug Free Workplace policy should be sent to:

Wyoming Workers' Compensation
Employer Services
1510 E. Pershing Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82002

Substance abuse testing, which shall include all of the following:

  • Pre-employment
  • Random to the extent permitted by law
  • Reasonable suspicion
  • Post-accident testing

The 5 percent discount can be utilized INDEPENDENT of or in conjunction with the present Safety Discount Program.

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, Section 8.

Additional information is available by contacting Workers' Compensation Customer Service at +1 (307) 777-5476.

Substance Abuse Treatment Resources​​​​​