California Coalition on Workers' Compensation

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Our Message is Stronger With Your Voice

Advancing the health of your employees and your business begins with a commitment to CCWC. Your participation adds to the relevance and authority of the coalition, allowing us to more effectively advocate for employers statewide.

Legislative Influence

Elevate Your Ability to Advocate

As a CCWC member, the strength and reputation of the coalition provides you the platform to directly influence today’s most important policy reforms. Find your voice amplified before lawmakers and respected by industry stakeholders.

Professional Development

Gain Knowledge and Skills to Change the Industry

Effective advocacy requires a thorough understanding of the issues. We provide members with advanced communications and industry-leading education to demystify even the most complex workers’ compensation issues.

Network Intelligence

Connect With Like-Minded Experts and Colleagues

Tap into the collective acumen of our coalition. We provide an authoritative forum to discuss issues, ideas and best practices. And our industry experts help guide members through the workers’ compensation landscape.

Defining Moment

Determine the Future of Workers’ Compensation

The implementation of major reform legislation – SB 863 (2012) – is upon us. Appropriate application of the law will define workers’ compensation for years to come. Now is the time to get involved and make a difference.

What Members Are Saying

  • CCWC is focused on achieving a predictable and sustainable benefits delivery system. This is done by working tirelessly with California legislators on laws and regulations aimed at this goal. Membership is critical in supporting CCWC’s efforts. This is why my business continues to renew our membership.
    Eddy Canavan Alta Claims & Insurance Services
    CCWC works directly for all employers in California to ensure benefits are provided correctly and efficiently while protecting the employer's bottom line. I would encourage every employer to join CCWC, as it is an organization that will serve and advocate for all California companies.
    Antoinette Smith Charles Taylor TPA
    CCWC is sincere and diligent in its pursuit of a fair and balanced California workers’ compensation system. CCWC works closely and constructively with other organizations that share the same goals. What is so impressive is that none of these organizations care about receiving the spotlight. They only care about achieving fairness.
    Dan Nicholson Sutter Health
  • Being a member of CCWC provides me valuable information regarding potential legislation. That information assists me in my evaluation of pending legislation and the potential impact it will have on the University, which allows us to make qualified and informed decisions.
    Kevin Confetti University of California
    CCWC understands and embraces the importance of injury prevention in cost containment within the California Workers’ Compensation System. OHS is proud to be associated with this forward-thinking organization.
    Bob Patterson Briotix
    I have found CCWC to be of great value to my organization over the years. The ability to understand emerging work comp issues in California and function proactively has a real benefit to our bottom line. CCWC also provides an opportunity to unite all employers, both large and small, into a powerful organization that specializes exclusively in workers’ compensation.
    Martin Brady Schools Insurance Authority
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What are the benefits of membership?

By becoming a member of CCWC, you are adding your voice to the only organization singularly focused on creating a more balanced, efficient and stable worker’s compensation system for you. Discover all the benefits of membership.

Who can join CCWC?

Employers, workers compensation industry professionals, consultants, third party administrators, cities and counties, government agencies, special districts, associations, and insurance brokers can join CCWC.

What are the available membership types and dues amounts?

The California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation offers membership types and dues levels based on the number of employees your organization has working in the state of California. The dues range from $465 a year for Small Business members (less than 100 employees) to $12,000 a year for companies with more than 10,000 employees.

How long does a membership last?

Membership lasts one year. Dues are paid annually on a calendar-year basis and expire at the end of December.

What methods are acceptable for payment for membership?

CCWC accepts personal, business and electronic checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Can insurance companies join CCWC?

CCWC does not offer membership to insurance companies, but they may participate in the Annual Conference.

How many people can be included under my company’s membership?

Membership is organization based, so you may include as many people as you would like that are employed at your organization.