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Summer is upon us, a time for fun in the sun and outdoor activities. For outdoor workers though, the heat associated with this time of year is something to stay aware of.  State Fund is offering a series of Heat Illness Prevention Seminars free to policyholder and brokers, now through the end of August, providing tips to counteract the heat. This topic and other updates are included in this new issue of State Fund Today.

We’re always interested to know the topics that interest you the most.  You can contact State Fund Today at statefundtoday@scif.com to send us your feedback.

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As the carrier that says “yes” to California businesses, State Fund has a responsibility to remain financially sound and ensure California can depend on us to keep our promises now and in the future. We take this responsibility to heart. … Read more »

State Fund has significantly reduced the number of opioid prescriptions for injured workers by 60 percent since launching its opioid-reduction program in 2014. Our comprehensive opioid-reduction strategy took a two-pronged approach: 1) early prevention in new cases, and 2) reduction … Read more »

On January 1, 2018 California opened the world’s largest legal marijuana market.   As a result, more than 5,000 cannabis industry employers are now licensed to do business in California.  The demand for workers’ compensation insurance in the cannabis industry has … Read more »

State Fund offers California employers free seminars to help them protect their employees and keep their workplaces safe.  We encourage you to share this information with your clients—you are also welcome to attend. The upcoming seminars, which run through August, will … Read more »

State Fund has historically stepped up to insure businesses that other carriers find too risky.  In fact, part of our very purpose is to act as an important safety net for the marketplace.  Providing USL&H coverage back in 1976 when … Read more »

Clark Payan is IIABCal’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the daily management of this important industry association.  He works directly with the IIABCal Executive Committee and Board of Directors to implement policy and coordinates IIABCal’s strategic planning process. … Read more »