CNESST Finance and Rating
Optimal Claims Management
In order to avoid unnecessary expenses or unfortunate surprises in the case of inaction, a good knowledge of the financial aspects of CNESST claims management represents an essential tool that will guide you in the decisions you must make in the management of your workers’ compensation and CNESST Finance files.
Assessment and rating Optimisation
Obtaining optimal results in CNESST Claims Management and Finance matters requires special training and the assistance of highly specialized simulation tools and programs which must be constantly updated with the CNESST’s latest parameters.
All questions relating to CNESST Finance and Rating are handled by Me Jacques L Archambault LL.L., CRHA, one of the architects of the CSST’s rating systems reforms from 1989 to 1999 and a specialist in this field since 1983.
For more than 30 years, we have offered small, medium and large employers services adapted to their specific needs in order to help them manage the financial aspects of their CNESST employer files with clear and accessible analyses and recommendations.
Financial recovery / Optimisation Programs
Optimization of the Classification / Rating Structure
Risk Limit Selection (Retrospective Adjustment Plan)
CNESST budget projections / tracking of performance and premium adjustments
Financial impact of the value of claims:
– TAT hearings
– Light duty assignment
– Any other claims management options being considered
Cost-efficiency analysis of your participation in :
– a Safety Group (“Mutuelles de prevention”)
– the Retrospective Adjustment Plan
– Grouping of Legal entities for eligibility to the Retrospective adjustment plan
Corporate Transactions :
– Due Diligence
– Valuation of the Company’s CNESST record (Sale or Purchase)
– Optimization (Share vs asset Purchase / Sale / Corporate Mergers)
The action plans resulting from our analyses and recommendations have helped hundreds of clients, save and recover millions of dollars, as well as reduce their future contributions to a fraction of what they were and improved their competitive edge by optimizing their CNESST employer files.