Workers' Comp Retro Program

Every employee | Home safe | Every night

The AWC Workers' Comp Retro Program provides training and tools that empower employers to lower risks for on-the-job injuries. Our focus on injury prevention and safety reduces your overall workers’ compensation costs. Members participate in our Retro Pool or the Safety Alliance.

When an accident happens it’s important you know what to do and when to do it. Learn about reporting a claim, the Stay at Work program, and RiskConsole.
Safety & compliance
We work to keep your employees safe before an accident happens. Find out about safety and compliance services available to members.
Performance & Refunds
We constantly monitor performance and help members lower workers’ comp costs. Understand what this means for members of the Retro Pool and Safety Alliance.
Publications & guides
Our publications and guides help members make the most of their membership and keep employees safe.
Our training helps you provide a safe work environment and meet statutory requirements. Learn about our training options.
About Workers Comp Retro
We offer a voluntary financial incentive program through the Retro Pool or a service-only option through the Safety Alliance. Learn how to join.


  • Workers’ Comp Retro Program Annual Meeting

    May 2 | Yakima. Attendees will learn to create a personalized target loss ratio and hear how the WorkSafe Employer program can help every member increase workplace safety. Network and compare individual performance reports. Register today!
  • WorkSafe Employer Award announced

    Congratulations to City of Kennewick, for earning the WorkSafe Employer Award. The WorkSafe Employer Award is earned by Retro member employers who create a culture of safety by accomplishing all elements of our eight best practice safety criterion. Learn more about the WorkSafe Employer Award.
  • Top management and the message of safety

  • Check out the WorkSafe Employer webinar series!

  • ‘Tis the season…for seasonal workers

  • March is Workplace Eye Safety Awareness Month!

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