Comp Summit is Maine’s annual, system-wide event for the workers’ compensation community. Each year we crunch the numbers, parse the language of the statute, and look to the future. The quality education at this conference reaches the legal community, occupational health and wellness providers, insurers and adjusters, case managers, and Maine employers and employees alike. We seek continuing education credit for Maine attorneys, case managers (CCM, CRC, CDMS), and human resource professionals (SHRM CP and SHRM SCP credit and HRCI general credit).
→ Our mission is the pursuit of common ground for injured workers, Maine employers and the Workers’ Compensation Board. We analyze the law’s impact on a tactical “day to day” basis and its strategic impact on employee rights, the business climate in Maine, and the grand bargain that created workers’ compensation systems in the first place.
AND, you can see this all play out in the 2017 conference schedule.
Registration fee: $495 ($465 for each additional person from the same company). Fees provide access to all conference educational programs, the Comp Summit Expo, conference meals, receptions, conference barista, and entertainment.
Overnight accommodations at the Samoset start at $182/night plus a $25 resort fee per night. Once you register you will receive a special group booking code for obtaining an overnight room. The codes are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to conference registrants.
2017 Continuing Education Credits in the Works
2017 Continuing Education applications are in progress. The approved numbers are not available at this time, but here is what we are applying for:
• Maine Attorneys: Applying for 15 CLEs, 1.0 of which is for ethics credit.
• HR Credits: Applying for 13 SHRM-PDC's credits and 13 HRCI general credits.
• Case Managers (CCMC), Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC), and disability management specialists (CDMS): Applying for 13 credits.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: