Industry wide analysis of workers'
compensation (WC) claims experience for use in industry responses
to WCB consultations regarding reclassifications, assessment rates
and other issues;
Evaluation of the actuarial
liabilities, one year costs and funding strategies for self-insured
(Ontario Schedule 2) employers;
Feasibility studies for employers
considering a transfer from insured (Schedule 1) to self-insured (Schedule
2) status. This includes a review of claims experience, evaluation
of annual costs under both Schedules and establishment of funding
Education and training of management
regarding WC experience rating plans;
Frequent presentations to employer
seminars and conventions on the financial aspects of WC;
Evaluation of insured employers'
past claims experience and projections of its impact upon experience
Financial audits of WC assessments;
Advisors on the financial aspects
of WC to trade associations and industry groups;
Actuarial costing for major
policy and legislative proposals;
Facilitated the preparation
of the Ontario employers' discussion paper to the Ontario WCB and
legislature entitled "NEER Conceptual Design for 1997 and Beyond";
Facilitated the Employers Council
of Ontario's response to WSIB's Feb.. 1998 Funding Strategy Proposal.
Manitoba: 2000: Review Manitoba's
1999 year end liabilities.
Manitoba: 2000: Overhaul Manitoba's
unique rate setting system that prices individual employers.
Saskatchewan: 1996: Reviewed
the potential impact of WCB's proposed 1997 assessment rates for the
Deputy Minister of Labour.
Saskatchewan: 1995-96: Reviewed
the WCB's 1996 assessment rates and assessment rate process for the
Minister of Labour.
Workers' Compensation College
1993: Lectured on WCB Funding Principles and Investment Strategies.
North West Territories 1992:
Reviewed assessment rate methodology and 1993 assessment rates.
AWCBC 1992: Conducted an extensive
study for the Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada
to compare assessment rate and liability methods and assumptions for
all 12 provincial jurisdictions.