Yearly dues should be received by April 1. We do not prorate the membership fee for mid-year applicants. Please refer to the Membership Application for the Dues Schedule.
Members Only Benefits:
WCCA membership offers luncheons and seminars with informative speakers who present topics pertinent to the administration of Workers’ Compensation Claims. All of these presentations are eligible under the Oregon Administrative Rules as qualified training for certified claims examiners. The WCCA sponsors a minimum of two seminars per year, spring and fall. If you wish to receive our Luncheon and/or Seminar fliers, you can renew, start or update your mailing information with our WCCA Mailing List Renewal.
Membership Types: Individual and Company memberships are available. Company membership is tiered by the number of professional employees in the company (please refer to the Membership Application for help on how to determine your tier). Individual membership is open to anyone who wishes to join, whether or not you are with a company. If the individual is affiliated with a member company, the company voting privileges shall override the individual voting privileges. Individual membership is not meant in lieu of the Company 0-25 tier. See our bylaws for details.
Check our Membership list to see if you or your employer are currently a member of WCCA. Individual memberships will need to be confirmed through the WCCA Secretary.
If you or your employer are not a member, you will need to fill out a Membership Application. You can mail the application with your membership fee to the WCCA Secretary (see Membership Application for mailing information), or send your completed Membership Application to the WCCA Secretary online using the Submit button on the form. When you use the online application, you must send your check for the amount of your dues within five days. Membership is not activated until your check has been received.
Another Members Only Service!
Examiner Certificate Template available:
Disclaimer: By offering this certificate template to employers, WCCA is not certifying the hours reported by the employee to the employer, or certifying the examiner in any manner. The certificate will only be valid when signed by the employer. The employer will hold all responsibility for examiner certification pursuant to Oregon laws and rules, and maintain proof of certification.
Pursuant to Oregon law, only insurance companies, TPAs or self insured employers have the ability to recertify examiners. If you are a certified examiner not currently working for an insurance company, TPA or self insured employer, you should maintain evidence of CEC hours earned.