CAM Releases the Building Michigan Podcast, Episode 9
Getting to know CAMComp
Bloomfield Hills, MI (May 9th) – The ninth episode of the Construction Association of Michigan’s Building Michigan podcast welcomes CAMComp, CAM’s self-insured workers’ compensation program, represented by Janice Shaver, Administrator, and Juan Ramirez, Marketing Representative. Hosted by Kevin Koehler, the President of CAM, this episode explores the relationship between CAM and CAMComp, as well as the various tools offered and the many ways in which CAMComp offers superior service to their participating members.
One of the benefits includes access to CAMComp’s Safety Specialist, Tracy Nelson. Tracy is available to assist with OSHA-related issues, including written policies, jobsite visits, and training. In addition, as a self-insured program, CAMComp is owned and designed by its members. The goal is to make sure all employees are working safe, which ultimately returns money to the participating companies. Janice Shaver explains, “We pay our members to basically work safe. We collect premiums, just like any standard insurance company does, however, we set aside a portion of those dollars to return to our members. Dollars not used to pay claims go back to our members. We have turned this necessary evil of Workers’ Comp into an investment.”
For more information about how your business can take advantage of the CAMComp Program, click here or contact Juan Ramirez at email@example.com.
Listen to this hot topic conversation and all of CAM’s “Building Michigan” podcast episodes at buildwithcam.com/podcast or on your favorite podcast platform.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for podcast sponsorship opportunities or with suggestions for future podcast topics. Each episode of the “Building Michigan” podcast, produced for Michigan’s construction industry by the Construction Association of Michigan, and sponsored by Priority Health, features current news and information regarding the latest construction techniques, methods and equipment, as well as economic updates and interviews with key people in Michigan's commercial construction industry.