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Safety Has Its Rewards

Get rewarded for safety by joining the state’s largest, longest-operating Retro (Retrospective Rating) safety incentive program: ROII.

Get rewarded for safety by joining ROII.

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What is ROII?

ROII is Washington State’s largest, longest-operating Retro (Retrospective Rating) safety incentive program. Our goal is to eliminate injuries through improvements in workplace safety and preventative strategies. If an employee is injured, we'll help you help them get better quicker with a successful return-to-work experience.

Businesses that participate and share our goal can earn an average refund of 38%. Only ROII has returned over $500 million in refunds to participating companies since 1982. With field reps across the state, we understand how things work -- right where you work. Large or small, we have your back.

MORE SERVICES THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A 2x4 AT

Claim Assistance

Our seasoned claim reps go straight to L&I on your behalf to get claims closed quicker. Rest assured, we'll keep a pulse on your claim every step of the way.

Safety and Prevention

The best injury claim is the one that never happens. Because prevention is our top priority, we're here to help you develop and implement effective safety strategies.

Risk Management

Our job is to identify risk and assist you with implementing preventative measures to avoid claims from happening. If a claim does occur, we offer strategies to help control severity and cost of the injury.

Return-to-Work

Our goal is to keep an injured worker engaged in the recovery process and connected with their employer to help ensure better outcomes. Each claim is unique, as is our customized return-to-work strategy approach.

Save an average of 38% on worker's comp

ROII consistently delivers better L&I refunds. In fact, ROII has returned more than $500 million in refunds to participating members since 1982.

To view historical refunds on all construction retro groups, visit: https://bit.ly/3auvB5o

Each year, Labor and Industries (L&I) performs a total of three adjustments to determine a group's refund. Refunds can fluctuate from one adjustment to the next. It's not until L&I performs the final adjustment that a group knows their refund result - making it a completed plan year. We don't try to estimate company refunds on plan years that are not complete because that's ultimately what your refund is based upon.

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ROII Group Refund: 39.52%
Refund Range: 13.31% - 36.06%

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Latest News

You may have seen or heard about the new electronic reporting rules that went into effect on January 1, 2024. Many trade association websites have posted information regarding the new 100+ employee reporting rule. However, this is inaccurate information as the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has yet to adopt this rule officially. L&I does invite you to report this information if you choose, but the new rule is not law yet in Washington State for companies under DOSH (Department of Safety and Health) jurisdiction. 

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One of the most common and costly workers’ compensation injury claims we see at ROII and nationwide are sprains, strains and other injuries. These injuries are often the result of improper material handling techniques and are easily avoided.

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