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Workers Comp Retro

2017 Retro Annual Meeting

May 2 – Yakima
Yakima Convention Center
802 E Yakima Ave
Yakima, WA 98901
6 – 8:30 pm

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AWC Retro Annual Meeting is our annual gathering to review the state of the pool, honor those who have successfully kept their employees safe, and celebrate successes. Members will connect with each other, get to know RAC members and Retro staff better, and learn about the new Retro Program’s Work Safe Employer Award. Don’t miss our safety prize drawings valued at $1,500, $1,000, and $500. You must be present to win. The Annual Meeting will be held the evening before the Labor Relations Institute.

Retro Advisory Committee

Come meet the chair, vice chair and other members of your Retro Advisory Committee (RAC). This dedicated committee is your voice as a member. They look out for the best interests of the entire pool and individual members. They make recommendations to the AWC Board Executive Committee for review and action.


The Annual Meeting is an excellent opportunity for you to interact with other Retro members, and enjoy a fun-filled and informative evening which includes dinner and giveaways.

New! Work Safe Employer Award

The Work Safe Employer Award is AWC Retro Program’s new recognition award. The award recognizes Retro’s member employers who have made an exemplary organization-wide commitment to a culture of safety.

The Work Safe Employer Award will be officially introduced at the Retro Annual Meeting on May 2, with a high-level overview of the award. Eight best-practice safety standards must be met to earn the award. Check out the training on May 3 (information to the right).

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You won’t want to miss out on this exciting event! Register now!

We hope to see you in Yakima!

Work Safe Employer Award training

May 3 | Yakima Convention Center
9 am

AWC Retro staff will review the eight best-practice safety standards that must be met to earn the award. Some standards have only one way to meet the standard, while others have multiple ways the standard can be met. Attendees will have the ability to ask questions, and provide ideas and suggestions for implementation.

This half-day training concludes by noon to allow those attending the Labor Relations Institute time to enjoy lunch before heading into the conference.

No registration required.