- Workers Comp 101: The Basics
- Terminology of Adjusters
- Texas New TIB, IIB and SIBS Rates
- Impact of Medicare Reimbursement Act on Your Organization’s Ability to Self-Pay Claims
- Network Options & Texas Mutual’s New Network
- Changes to Set Point (Primary Losses) in the Experience Mod Calculations
Join us as we discuss ways to use this information to develop the best risk management strategies to help your organization manage workers compensation claims.
Jim Greaves, Director of Risk Management serving the industry since 1987
Prior to joining the team at Catto & Catto, Jim worked with the Baptist Health System as safety manager. He has gained vast experience in the safety field working in the construction, manufacturing, retail, hospitality and healthcare industries.
As a working director, Jim currently handles risk management and safety programs for various businesses throughout the state of Texas. He is closely involved with the risk management team members to ensure that clients receive exceptional risk management, safety and claims consultation services.
Jim received his Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tulsa. He is certified as a Field Safety Representative (FSR) and as an approved Professional Safety Source (PSS) by the State of Texas. Jim is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Applied Ergonomics from HumanTech, and a Master Instructor for the Crisis Prevention Institute.
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