Check Out These Other Helpful Links
Below is a short list of other useful resources for individuals seeking information on the topics of state regulation or self-insurance. Please note that The PATH Alliance is not responsible for any of the content written or otherwise discussed on any of these third-party resources.
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- California Department of Insurance: The California Department of Insurance is the largest consumer protection agency in the state. The organization’s website contains a plethora of useful information for consumers, insurance companies, and agents and brokers.
- State of California Department of Industrial Relations: The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is responsible for improving working conditions for the state’s wage earners, as well as advancing opportunities for profitable employment in the state. The organization’s website offers detailed information for both workers and employers, with pages dedicated to the topics of law, workers’ compensation, self-insurance, and more.
- Office of Self-Insurance Plans: The Office of Self-Insurance Plans is a program within the Department of Industrial Relations responsible for the oversight and regulation of workers’ compensation self-insurance within California. The website contains information for self-insured employers and self-insured groups (SIGs), including application forms for self-insurance, as well as the corresponding laws and regulations.
- California Self-Insurers’ Security Fund: The California Self-Insurers’ Security Fund is a non-profit organization responsible for managing the shared workers’ compensation liabilities of self-insured employers that have become insolvent. The organization’s website has various resources for employers considering self-insurance, as well as detailed information and collateral requirements for participation in the Fund’s Alternative Security Program.