Welcome to the Resources Section. Here you will find a plethora of original materials as referenced in the print edition.
CA-SIG letter requesting the OSIP executive director Jim Ware address what it considers insurance industry inaccuracies about SIGs
Bickmore Risk Services and Consulting outlines its role as a conservator for the Contractor’s Access Program of California
The Department of Industrial Relations issues a formal order to the Contractors Access Program of California appointing conservator Bickmore Risk Services and Consulting
The Office of Self-Insured Plans tells CAP it could be asked to show cause why a conservator shouldn’t be appointed
Contractors Access Program of California Inc., ran its self-insured group using 16-pages of bylaws that covered everything from membership qualifications to audits to finances.
Like their insured counterparts, self-insured employers continue to battle rising costs. Click here to see how they did in 2009.
The Office of Self-Insured Plans released proposed regulations to update disclosure rules and other oversight measures for self-insured groups. Click here for the proposal.
Click here to read the Office of Self-Insured Plans’ justifications for the proposed SIG regulations.
The Office of Self-Insurance Plans released an updated chart showing the funding levels for the state's self-insured groups. Click here to see who is in compliance and who is still running a deficit.
The Office of Self-Insurance Plans (OSIP) released a new report detailing self-insured employers' claims experience for 2010. Click here for the report.
Claim totals dipped along with employment, but medical costs continue to increase for public sector employers, according to a new summary report from Office of Self Insurance Plans (OSIP). Click here for the report.
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