Annual Workers Compensation Seminar

September 27 - 30, 2022

The Annual Workers Compensation Seminar will be virtual this year
 

 

 

 

Agenda 

  • September 27th - 28th - General Session and Legal Track
  • September 29th - Medical Track
  • September 30th - Management Track

All attendees seeking credits must sign in at the continuing education table before attending sessions. Directions for documentation and evaluation materials are provided at sign-in. Read and follow the directions carefully. Attendance is documented. Time is deducted for late arrival and early departure. Failure to sign in may result in the loss of credits.

Registration and attendance does not guarantee the award of continuing education credits. Attendees are responsible for compliance with their occupation’s crediting requirements.

Attorneys: There will be no affidavits to fill out for the virtual seminar, attorneys will participate in a poll. To qualify for submission, the attorney must be a paid and registered attendee and signed in on the Kansas Attorney Roster. Attorneys are responsible for tracking their own credits as posted by the KS CLE and the Missouri Bar.

Other Continuing Education: If you are licensed or certified in an occupation that is not pre-approved and need proof of attendance to file for credits on your own, you must sign in at the continuing education table before you attend sessions. Directions for documentation are provided at sign-in. There are 660 minutes of education available.


 

Registration is required to attend Virtual sessions.

The Kansas Department of Labor uses KanPay to process payments for security purposes. The KanPay link for seminar registration will be posted here once it becomes available.

Online Receipts: A KanPay Receipt of Payment is sent to one e-mail only. You may choose the e-mail by writing it in the space provided on the printed form. If no e-mail is listed on the printed form and when registering online, the receipt is sent to the first registrant’s e-mail.

Special Needs Accomodations: All reasonable attempts will be made to accommodate special needs. Please report your needs in Special Accommodations (on the back of the Registration Form) if mailing, or in Special Accommodations within Online Registration or email them to kdol.wcseminar@ks.gov. Helpers (who assist on site) are not required to register and can take part in all seminar activities. Helpers are not eligible to receive continuing education credits or a Group ID-Pin needed to download handouts.

 

Virtual Exhibitor information coming soon

 

 

Exhibitor questions may be directed to:

Roxie Ortiz, Exhibit Coordinator

Email: Roxie.Ortiz@ks.gov

Phone: (785) 581-7360

 

    Request for refund must be made by email to kdol.WCSeminar@ks.gov and include a Federal Employer Identification number (if business) or a Social Security number(if individual). Businesses or Individual must submit their request by email to kdol.WCSeminar@ks.gov by 4 p.m. Sept.12, 2022

    A $25 processing fee and the cost of the KanPay transaction's service charge will be withheld from each registration's refund. Request that do not meet criteria and deadlines will not be processed.

    Email registration questions to: kdol.WCSeminar@ks.gov

     

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    Tara Noll, Events and Continuing Education Coordinator
    KDOL.WCSeminar@ks.gov

    401 SW Topeka Blvd, Suite 2
    Topeka, KS 66603-3105

    (785) 581-7353
    (785) 296-0025 (FAX)

    Workers Compensation Seminar

    The seminar is the official information resource from the Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) Workers Compensation Division.

     

     

     

    Last year KDOL held its Annual Workers Compensation Seminar virtually. This year, we will convene in Topeka on (September 28-29, 2021) at the (The Capitol Plaza Hotel and the Stormont Vail Events Center Exhibition Hall) for the 42nd (47th) Annual Workers’ Compensation seminar for our usual onsite event.  Current Shawnee County Public Health Guidance only allows 75% room capacity so we estimate the attendee cap will be about 400. We will take registrations above the cap and put on a wait list in anticipation of the attendee cap increasing as vaccination rates improve in Shawnee County and the rest of Kansas.