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2 Welcome to the WCTI Annual Meeting Hilton Lisle/Naperville Friday, May 9, 2014

3 Alper Services, LLC Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. Assurance Agency, Ltd. Byrne, Byrne & Company Dansig Incorporated Davis Insurance Group – Division of Crum Halstead Agency, Inc. Hallberg Commercial Horton Group HSHC, Inc. Hub International Midwest Limited Insurance Solutions Network, LLC Lamb, Little & Company Market Financial Group Thank You To Our Agents! Maconachy Stradley Insurance Agency, Inc. Meeker-Magner Company Mesirow Insurance Services, Inc. Myers-Briggs & Co., Inc. ONB Insurance Group Risk Strategies Company Roland J. Fischer & Associates, Inc. Rosenthal Brothers, Inc. Snyder & Snyder Agency, Inc. The Daniel and Henry Co. The Hays Group, Inc. The Plexus Group, LLC USI Midwest Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA, Inc. Willis of Illinois, Inc.

4 WCTI Board of Trustees The Board is comprised of 11 Trustees who serve Member companies. The Trustees are executives of Member companies with responsibility for defining and making policies and have fiscal responsibility at their company.

5 Trustees – Claims Committee Sue Meyer, Rockford Spring Company Karen Guzan, Midco Phil Kretekos, Metal Impact Brad Irle, TH Synder Trustees – Loss Control Committee Bryan Webster, Webster-Hoff Corporation Tom Simeone, Manor Tool & Manufacturing Kevin Dunne, Flexco Joe Dwyer, Eklind Tool Trustees – Finance Committee Scott Szafasz, Bimba Manufacturing Co. Joe Kulisek, United Displaycraft Daryl Dishong, The Intec Group

6 WCTI Board of Trustees There is a current Board opening –If interested, please see a WCTI Board member today or contact Gina Reynolds at

7 CCMSI Service Team Gina Reynolds – Account Manager Carol Gleason – Claims Marianne Cornacchione – Claims Stacey Dahm – Claims Michelle Hoerdemann – Claims Ryan Brown – Loss Control Diane Rigsbee – Loss Control Meredith Wayant – Loss Control Bill Katon – Loss Control Bob Wasick – Loss Control Vickie Drollinger – Underwriter Tiffany McNeely – Accountant Angie Blakeney – Sales John Kluth – Senior Account Advisor

8 In Your Folders Sponsor Information –Turn in a signed sponsor card for the chance to win a Visa Gift Card Member Bios Testimonial Request Referral Form Annual Meeting Survey 2014 Loss Control Manual information

9 Today’s Schedule Breakout sessions at 10:00 and 11:00 Awards at 11:50 Lunch at 12:00

10 Breakout Sessions 1.Adjustment Bills 2.Weapons and Weed 3.Ask the Loss Control Expert 4.Work Comp Trial Decisions

11 Claims, Loss Control and Policy Documents Calendar of Events Scoreboard Membership Contact List Safety Tip of the Month Power Point Presentations for the Task Force and Train the Trainer Sessions

12 Chairman’s Report Bryan Webster Webster-Hoff Corporation

13 Chairman’s Report Mission Statement Why WCTI !! New Membership Process WCTI Today

14 Mission Statement The Workers’ Compensation Trust of Illinois is a group of safety focused Illinois Manufacturers that have pooled their excellent loss experience to self-insure their workers’ compensation risk. Members are committed to managing progressive safety programs and are actively involved in the fair and expedient management of claims. All members share the philosophy that their employees are their greatest asset and that a safe workplace is their highest priority.

15 Why WCTI !! Allows smaller companies to reap the cost savings of insuring workers’ compensation by spreading the risks over a large number of companies. Provides lower premium costs along with a possible return of premium dollars and interest income. Allows members to gain control over their claims and to take advantage of result driven, industry-specific loss control services. Provides networking and training opportunities through the Annual Meeting, Train the Trainer and Task Force meetings and OSHA 10 hour training. The goal is to find like minded companies who care a great deal about the safety of their employees and want to be as cost efficient as possible.

16 Strength and Success of WCTI Members Trustees CCMSI

17 New Membership Process Eligibility Requirements –Manufacturing and related industries –Illinois employees only –Minimum premium requirement is $30,000 in Standard Premium –Group health insurance coverage required –Eligible prospects must meet the following three year Trended Expected Loss Ratio (TEL): $30,000 to $50,000 in Standard Premium, TEL less than 40% $51,000 to $100,000 in Standard Premium, TEL less than 45% Over $100,000 in Standard Premium, TEL less than 50%

18 New Membership Process Member Requirements –Management must indicate a strong interest in working with claims and loss prevention –Participation in the Member Safety Audit Program (MSAP) –Participation in all scheduled loss control visits –Maintenance of a positive management safety commitment –Reporting of claims to CCMSI, preferably within 24 hours, but at the latest within five days –Post accident and pre-employment drug and alcohol testing –Commitment to transitional employment for injured workers –Demonstration of a foundation of sound business practices –Must be willing to provide a bank reference that would communicate credit worthiness –Payment of WCTI invoices in a timely fashion –Member agrees to submit all losses to CCMSI for payment. No in house payment of work related medical bills.

19 New Membership Process WCTI evaluates new Members against a list of the following: –Desired types of manufacturing –Undesired types of manufacturing –Undesired exposures –Acceptable exposures with limited or minimal exposure –Common class codes found within WCTI If the prospective member fits the profile, what happens next? –Underwriting approval –Excess carrier approval –CCMSI Account Manager approval –Pre-inspection approval (CCMSI Loss Control Representative) –WCTI Loss Control Committee approval –WCTI Board of Trustees approval

20 New Membership Process – 2013 Results 129 Prospects Were Reviewed 81 prospects Were Declined 48 Met WCTI’s Qualifications 23 Companies Joined WCTI –New Standard Premium of $2,410,044

21 Example - Met Criteria But Declined Machine Shop Premium $48,000 Experience Mod.83 Loss Ratio 0% Declined by the Loss Control Representative because of the lack of the necessary elements that are expected for a WCTI safety program and due to the condition of the building and the location of the prospect.

22 WCTI Today – Membership

23 WCTI Today – Incident Rate (Per 100 Employees)

24 WCTI Today – Standard Premium * 2013 and 2014 Estimated

25 WCTI Today – Loss Ratio as of 3/31/14 with IBNR

26 WCTI Today – History of Surplus (GAAP)

27 Loss Control Report Tom Simeone Manor Tool & Manufacturing

28 Loss Control Report 2013 Year In Review Focus Areas For 2014 Loss Control Committee Improved Training Resources

29 2013 Year In Review MSAP The MSAP targets top claim categories and common manufacturing OSHA citations. MSAP works closely with ISO, Kaizen, Kanban. 61 companies scored greater than 90 in employees received their OSHA 10 hour card, free of charge 39 companies will receive a No Lost Time Award today 20 companies will receive the Award for Safety Excellence today Seven Train the Trainer Sessions Seven Task Force meetings Five Mini Training Sessions (via phone) Quarterly visits made to all members Monthly visits made to new members for first quarter of membership

30 2013 Top Causes of Injury/Total Incurred Ergonomics Plant- 44% Tooling or Equipment- 28% Machine Guarding- 5% 2009 to 2013 Top Cause of Injury/Total Incurred Ergonomics Plant – 40% - All members have received a visit from our ergonomic specialist

31 Focus Areas For 2014 Ergonomics Machine Guarding Low Shared Claims Encourage use of Member Resources New Employee Orientation and Training

32 Loss Control Committee In 2014, the Loss Control Committee will continue to meet with officers of member companies if the following triggers are met: –Loss ratio of 100% or greater and a cumulative loss ratio of 39% of more –LOTO incident –Machine guarding incident or an amputation with a total incurred greater than $10,000 –MSAP score of 55% or less at year end –No response to a Notice of Continued Excessive Loss Letter. New to 2014 –If a member satisfies three triggers in twelve months, they will be placed on Member Probation –If a Member does not attend a meeting when the invitation is extended and declines two subsequent invitations, they will be placed on Member Probation

33 Improved Training Resources Partnership with Summit Training –Now Available –Added 31 new training courses –Prior courses still available –Many are available in Spanish

34 Joining Us Today Josh George, IntelliWheels, Inc.

35 Member Awards Gina Reynolds

36 If you haven’t done so already … Complete the WCTI Annual Meeting Survey

37 The WCTI Board of Trustees would like to recognize the following companies for their years of membership in the Trust. EXACT PACKAGING5 Years GENESIS AUTOMATION5 Years MECH-TRONICS, LIMITED PARTNERSHIP5 Years SKYLINE DESIGN, INC.5 Years INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CO.10 Years LAVEZZI PRECISION, INC.10 Years PRIMROSE CANDY CO., INC10 Years STOCKER HINGE10 Years THERMOFLEX CORPORATION10 Years CHEMRING ENERGETIC DEVICES, INC.20 Years FOREST PACKAGING CORPORATION20 Years GRANITE CITY PICKLING & WAREHOUSE, INC.20 Years KAY MANUFACTURING CO.20 Years STURTEVANT RICHMONT, DIV. OF RYESON CORP.20 Years AMSTEK METAL, LLC25 Years ROESCH, INC. 25 Years SAVAGE BROTHERS COMPANY30 Years

38 No Lost Time Accidents Safety Award: In recognition for maintaining a safe and healthy work environment and achieving no lost time accidents in 2013

39 No Lost Time Awards: Amstek Metal LLC Anthony Liftgates, Inc. Ballco Manufacturing Company Brave Products, Inc. C&L Supreme Chase Products Company Chemring Energetic Devices, Inc. CLL Engineering Corrugated Supplies Company, LLC Flexco Flexco Engineered Systems Group Hudson Precision Products Company Kastalon, Inc. Kiene Diesel Lewis Machine & Tool Co. LMT Onsrud Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company Meaden Precision Mech-Tronics, Limited Partnership Metal Impact, LLC

40 No Lost Time Awards: Mushro Machine & Tool Company The Pate Company Phoenix Closures Phoenix Electric Precision Tooling Group Qualitek Manufacturing Inc. Scot Electrical Products Scientific Metal Treating Service Industries, LLC Skyline Design, Inc. Spartanics Stocker Hinges Tech-Max Machine, Inc. Technical Metals Inc. Tella Tool & Mfg. Co. The Intec Group, Inc. Unity Manufacturing Valley Fastener Group, LLC Vogel Tool & Die, LLC

41 Award for Safety Excellence: In recognition for management of an outstanding safety program, achieving a loss ratio of less than 10% and a MSAP score of 90% or greater in 2013

42 Award for Safety Excellence: ATK Foods Ballco Manufacturing Company Batavia Container Inc. Chemring Energetic Devices, Inc. Coral Chemical David Architectural Metals, Inc. Flexco Kastalon, Inc. Lewis Machine & Tool Co. LMT Onsrud Manor Tool & Mfg. Company Mech-Tronics, Limited Partnership Metal Impact LLC Midco, Inc. Phoenix Closures, Inc. Skyline Design, Inc. Sterling Multi Products Tech-Max Machine, Inc. The Intec Group Valley Fastener Group, LLC

43 Exceeding Safety Excellence: In recognition of exceeding expectations for management of an outstanding safety program. WCTI recognizes your for your commitment to promoting a safe and healthy work environment.

44 David Architectural Metals, Inc. Exceeding Safety Excellence

45 Chairman’s Award for Safety: In recognition of exceptional safety performance in WCTI recognizes your long-term safety commitment to promoting and providing a safe and healthy work environment.

46 LMT Onsrud Chairman’s Award

47 Thank You For Attending The WCTI Annual Meeting Hilton Lisle/Naperville Friday, May 9, 2014


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