The Great Seal of Wisconsin - a tribute to our history of commercial and industrial success in this state. Traditionally, the Wisconsin worker's compensation system has been a model for other states in fostering and promoting commercial and industrial growth and development.
Modern Wisconsin employer and insurers, however, face numerous, immediate challenges in assuring themselves that the worker's compensation system is fairly administered, that disputed claims are promptly and impartially adjudicated, and that the cost of providing compensation is given due consideration by the legislature. The newly-founded Wisconsin of Self-Insurers, Inc. (WCSI) is intended to serve as a voice for employers in the evolution of the structure and function of the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation System.
- Advocate for the worker's compensation interests of self-insured employers in the legislative and regulatory rule-making processes;
- Provide a clearinghouse for information as to pending worker's compensation legislation, changes in statutes and regulation, and significant court and agency decisions affecting the interests of self-insured employers;
- Provide representation for self-insured employers at hearings and conferences pertaining to operation, administration, and substance of Wisconsin's worker's compensation law; and
- Provide educational programs designed to assist self-insured employers in improving their loss experience within the Wisconsin worker's compensation system.