To help you manage your workers' compensation policy and learn best practices, Texas Mutual provides training and education seminars, exclusively to our policyholders. As part of our commitment to preventing the spread of COVID-19, we are offering virtual events. Space for these free virtual events is limited and the live events will not be recorded, so we encourage you to register and attend.
Our safety services team also offers webinars on timely topics throughout the year. View upcoming webinars and archives.
Thursday, September 30 | Virtual
Gain a better understanding of the steps of a workers’ compensation claim at our virtual claims seminar. Learn how to report an injury, how we investigate claims and how you can implement a return-to-work program for your business. We will also review how to obtain loss runs, navigate your Texas Mutual Online account and more.
Tuesday, October 12 | Virtual
Join us for part one of this two-part safety series on preventing injuries in your workplace. Learn how to implement general safety programs and protect your employees. We’ll share tips for on-the-job training, including new employee orientation, ongoing training and remedial training. We’ll explore the important role that inspections play in injury prevention and how you can conduct on-the-job inspections. You’ll also see how to download resources from Texas Mutual’s safety resource catalog to help educate your employees and enhance your safety programs. Part two of this series will cover what to do after an injury occurs and is offered on October 19.
Tuesday, October 19 | Virtual
In part two of our safety series, we’ll continue the conversation on what to do after an injury occurs. We’ll share the steps you need to take to conduct an accident investigation, how to assess what went wrong and evaluate the necessary corrective actions. We will review how to create a return-to-work program, including how to assign modified job duty tasks. You will also learn about general wellness plans and how they can contribute to your employees’ well-being. Part one of this series covers injury prevention and is offered on October 12th.
Tuesday, November 16 | Virtual
When workers’ compensation fraud occurs, it’s harmful to employers and raises costs for all over time. Our special investigations team is committed to protecting our policyholders against fraud. Join this seminar to hear about the three types of workers' comp fraud, case examples and signs of fraud. Preventing fraud is a partnership, and we're committed to helping you identify and prevent it in your business.