Workers' Compensation Summit
2022 Workers' Compensation Summit: Embracing and navigating the new workplace
Continuing education credits
CRC = 5.25 CEU approved
CDMS = 5.25 approved
CLE = 5.25 credits (general); 1.0 elimination of bias for the 11:15 a.m. session, Workers' Compensation Injuries and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
About the Summit
The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry's seventh Workers' Compensation Summit on Tuesday, Sept. 13, was a sold out success. The one-day event at Heritage Center of Brooklyn Center was geared toward all workers' compensation stakeholders, including attorneys, employers, insurers, medical providers, rehabilitation providers, employee representatives, public officials and others.
New this year, attendees were able to visit the Work Comp and Campus Service Center at the Summit to have their questions answered by Department of Labor and Industry workers' compensation subject matter experts.
The 2022 Workers' Compensation Summit was sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry and the Minnesota Workers' Compensation Advisory Council. No taxpayer dollars were used to fund this event.
Thank you to everyone who attended and to those who made the 2022 Summit possible.
Exhibitors at the Summit
DLI again offered organizations two ways to showcase their company and support this important event, either as an exhibitor at the Summit (see below) or as a sponsor behind the scenes (CorVel and Mottaz and Sisk). Thank you to all the vendors.