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Oregon CEC certification code

  • Regular [CEC REG] 
  • Ethics [CEC ETH] 
  • Law [CEC LAW] 
  • Agency management
    [CEC AM] 

Click a training title below for details about that training and to register online. Instructions to access the training will be included in your confirmation email.

Most trainings are eligible for Oregon continuing education credit (look for the code next to the title.) To receive producer CEC, you must register, view the entire presentation, and pass the quiz (at least 70% correct) at the end of the training.

Webinars are offered at no cost and are available only to SAIF-appointed agents. Register soon, because availability is limited.

For questions regarding upcoming trainings or for technical help, please contact our training team at training@saif.com

And check out our agriculture safety seminars (worth four Oregon agent CECs if you attend all four hours).

  • Manage claims costs with return-to-work services

    Date
    Tuesday, March 5, 2024
    Time
    10 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)

    Olivia Ojeda-Hayes

    Description

    SAIF's return-to-work services is your team to help manage claim costs, avoid pitfalls, and provide services to help proactively manage your workers' compensation claims.

    This training is approved for 1 regular agent credit.

  • The Five W’s of Premium Audit

    Date
    Tuesday, March 12, 2024
    Time
    10 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)

    Ena Pullman

    Description

    "This is an overview of the premium audit process (the Why, What, Who, Where, When, and How), we will review the topics below.

    • What documents or records the auditor needs
    • Review what payroll is considered subject, payroll types to be included/excluded
    • Common pay types
    • Overview of verifiable time records (VTRs)
    • Audit results and tips for reducing differences.

    This training is approved for 1 regular agent credit.

  • Oregon OSHA’s Revised Penalty Structure & New Comprehensive Inspection Type

    Date
    Thursday, March 14, 2024
    Time
    10 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)

    Bryon Snapp, Oregon OSHA

    Description

    Oregon OSHA adopted changes to the Division 1 penalty structure and scheduling of comprehensive inspections in response to SB 592. This presentation will provide an overview of SB 592, the resulting changes to the Oregon Safe Employment Act (OSEA), the changes in civil penalties associated with violation of Oregon OSHA regulations as well as the four triggers for the new ‘Comprehensive Inspection for Cause’ type inspection.

  • Claim basics

    Date
    Tuesday, April 9, 2024
    Time
    9-11 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)
    Description

    This is your opportunity to learn everything you need to know about filing a workers' compensation claim. More than just the "when" and "how," this class covers injured worker benefits, claim costs and how they can be influenced, reserving claims, and much more.

    This session has been approved for two regular agent continuing education credits.

  • Beyond claim basics

    Date
    Thursday, April 11, 2024
    Time
    9-11:30 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)
    Description

    A fascinating class packed with information and presented by adjusters who walk you through some of the more strategic areas of claim management. They cover key factors driving claim costs and what you can do as the employer to help manage those costs. You hear updates on return-to-work and the Employer-at-Injury Program, managing rising medical costs, reserves, combined conditions, permanent impairment, investigations, vocational benefits, settlements, and much more. Don't miss this class!

    This session has been approved for two regular agent continuing education credits.

  • Safety basics | Accident analysis

    Date
    Thursday, April 18, 2024
    Time
    10-11 a.m.
    Location
    Speaker(s)
    Description

    After a workplace incident, it’s crucial that you take action, because getting to the root of the problem is a key step in prevention. During this resource-driven webinar, we work through an effective incident analysis to find the causes. Who should attend? You, your supervisors, and any employee who has an interest in the safety of their work environment (that means anyone and everyone!).

    This session has been approved for one general agent continuing education credit.

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