Hot 5: Workers’ comp audit

  • Published: March 23, 2015
  • Workers’ Compensation Final Audit Process Completed
    The final audit process for the ACCA Workers’ Compensation Self-Insurers’ Fund for 2013-14 has been completed.  For Fund Members whose actual payroll exceeded their estimated payroll, invoices for the additional premium contribution have been sent and are due upon receipt of the invoice.  For Fund Members whose actual payroll was less than their estimated payroll, checks have been mailed.  Questions?  Contact Henry van Arcken or Marcia Collier.

     

    AAEM Scholarship Reminder

    The deadline to apply for the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers’ scholarship program is today. Applications should be directed to Phyllis Little, Cullman County EMA, P.O. Box 924, Cullman AL 35056-0924. Questions? Contact Phyllis Little, 256-739-5410 or plittle@cullmanema.org.

     

    Alabama Leading in Transportation

    Elmore County Engineer Richie Beyer was one of 20 leaders with the National Association of Counties chosen to participate in a two-day Transportation Planning Event in California. With sessions at the ESRI headquarters and a tour of the international port of Long Beach, the event was part of NACo President Riki Hokama’s initiative to find solutions for transportation funding.

     

    Are You Cyber Ready?

    When the Association of County Administrators of Alabama opens its conference on May 13, the first order of business will be a focus on cyber security and liability. Travis Michalak from Nationwide will help identify county exposures and how to prevent problems. Then David Freeman from Limestone County will help you assess the risk in your county and identify next steps, and Kellie Graff will walk everyone through a data breach and cleanup that St. Clair County experienced in recent years. Find more conference info and register online.

     

    Recess….Don’t Stop

    The Alabama Legislature will be in “recess” until March 31, but county officials and employees are urged to use this week to reconnect with House and Senate members to promote the Association’s legislation and express concerns with bills identified as being harmful to counties. For more details, watch your inbox for today’s Legislative Update. Dates for the next Legislative Webinars will be announced soon. Thanks to everyone who participated in Friday’s webinar to learn more about progress on the many issues facing counties.

     

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