At CompScience, we understand the challenges and opportunities producers face in today's uncertain market. Our platform is designed to support your growth and win back clients by providing a differentiated service that adds tangible value to your customer advisory.
By partnering with us, you're not just selling insurance; you're offering an AI-powered safety solution that reduces risk and protects employees. These resources will help you understand the platform, target the right prospects, and win more business.

Why CompScience for Producers

Appetite Guide

List of class codes in CompScience’s appetite, consumable in excel format.
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Selling CompScience:
Active Risk Management 101

Producer's guide to selling CompScience and AI Loss Control (home-run industries, target customers, and FAQs).
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Selling CompScience at a Glance

Two pages summary of CompScience AI-driven Workers Compensation Program and its impact on customers.
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Sales Collateral for Customers

CompScience Brochure for Clients

Nine pages brochure outlining the benefits of our Active Risk Management and testimonials.
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CompScience Brand Video

One minute video on CompScience’s revolutionary, AI-driven approach to safety and workers compensation insurance.
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Information on how we can help customers in the manufacturing operation.
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Grocery Retail

We are your partner in safety, not just forecasting dangers. Commitment to the well-being of every person in your store.
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We help you preempt them with data science and risk-management expertise.
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Food Manufacturing

Food manufacturing operation is a commitment to the well-being of every person in your facility.
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Every successful retailer is dedicated to the welfare of every individual within its premises.
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Auto Dealer

At the heart of every thriving auto dealership is a commitment to the well-being of every person on your lot.
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Privacy is a top concern for us. Learn how we protect customer data.
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Industry Pages

Details on how we have helped customers in our "Home Run" industries
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Industry Hazard Slides

Customer facing slides describing our experience in "home-run" industries
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Sample Risk Report

Sample risk report outlining risk factors statistics and recommendations to improve risk management.
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Service Catalog

Comprehensive description of all loss control services provided by CompScience as part of its Risk Reduction Program.
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CompScience Intro Video for Self-Insureds

Two minutes video on how the Risk Reduction Program works for customers who already have workers compensation coverage.
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CompScience Intro Video for Insurance Clients

Two minutes video on how we deliver Active Risk Management with our customers' workers compensation policy.
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Case Studies

Propack (Logistics)

How an industrial packaging company reduced its lost time by 50%.

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Peerless (Manufacturing)

How a manufacturer of high-performance windows reduced its “sprain/ strain” risks by 95%.

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What does CompScience need for a workers comp submission?

The ACORD 103 form and loss runs are the most important documents of a submissions. Video is not required.

Does CompScience offer all of the normal services that go along with a workers’ comp policy?

Yes. CompScience is backed by A rated insurance carriers and reinsurers, such as Nationwide and SwissRe. With these partners, CompScience offers a full range of services, including safety analytics, loss control, claims handling, return to work, fraud investigation, and many others.

Does CompScience sell cameras? What if a customer doesn’t have cameras?

We do not sell cameras, but we have camera system installation partners as needed. If a customer does not have cameras, we can also use a mobile phone app as a way to collect loss control data. CompScience is compatible with nearly all typical security camera systems, and our team will work with you to ensure compatibility and optimal performance.

How does CompScience protect privacy?

How do unions feel about CompScience?

CompScience never collects personally identifiable information (PII), and we designed our tools to prevent them being used for disciplinary actions. Our system was inspired by the experiences of our family members and friends and we are generally welcomed as long as all stakeholders are included in the process early. We don't use facial recognition or single out workers.

What access does CompScience get to my client video systems and how does CompScience protect the video data that is used for analysis?

Typically, the client uploads its video footage to CompScience. The client retains control of their own video system, with no access from CompScience. There are times we can gain remote access if the client doesn’t have the resources to upload data. When this happens, IT makes grants CompScience a temporary login and we leave the client a receipt of all data taken. They can then shut down our access. We also never take data without confirming with the client beforehand..The analysis of the video footage is released only to the client and the client’s representatives. CompScience has strict security protocols to protect client information.

How does CompScience work with my client loss control team?

We can work with your clients directly, either with the broker's participation or not. CompScience experts can also train your client team to use the platform and deliver risk reports. In those cases, we can recommend loss control services from your agency.

How quickly can clients see results from implementing CompScience?

We can deliver a CompScore benchmarking report in 2-3 days. Broader results can be observed as soon as video is uploaded, with immediate improvements in hazard awareness and safety management.

How much work does it take for a customer to implement CompScience?

One of the advantages of CompScience video analytics is that customers don't need to set aside time for a site walkthru. Overall, the IT team spends about 30 minutes setting up the video data transfer for each report, and we take care of the rest with our cloud-based platform. From there, the client safety managers are trained to use our tools: they use them to be more efficiency in their regular floor observation work, safety training, and safety committee preparation.

Is there a minimum premium for CompScience policies?

We offer policies starting at $75K and up.

What does CompScience cost and what services do customers receive?

<span style="color: #ff1f1f;">CompScience programs are free for our insurance customers. Each program is a $20,000 value. Each program includes at minimum 2 risk reports, software training, unlimited user logins, and access to our library of resources.</span>

In which states does CompScience offer its products and services?

CompScience is able to write insurance in all states and also offers its stand-alone platform in all states.

Can I offer CompScience’s solution to customers who don’t buy CompScience workers comp policies?

Yes. CompScience offers its annual Risk Redcution Program and Risk Assessments also for larger customers who do not buy a workers compensation policy from CompScience.

With what customers is CompScience’ offering most effective?

We have the biggest impact on customers with 200+ employees in companies with four-wall risks, focusingespecially on employees who perform tasks with elevated risk levels. Our preferred industries are: <ul> <li>Manufacturing</li> <li>Retail/Wholesale</li> <li>Logistics/Warehousing</li> <li>Prefab Construction & Materials</li> <li>Plastic/Metal/Wood/Glass/Chemical</li> <li>Distributors</li> <li>Auto Dealers</li> <li>Waste & Recycling</li> <li>Food Processing/Wholesale</li> <li>Grocery Stores</li> <li>Electronics Stores</li> <li>Schools</li> <li>Various Others</li> </ul>

What is CompScience’s CompScore?

CompScore is a benchmark service that allows clients to compare their loss profile with averages from a group of selected peers in thier industry and company size, with the objective to quickly gain insights on processes where risk improvement is needed and feasible.

What is CompScience’s Risk Assessment?

The Safety Program is a comprehensive subscription program to help clients reduce their inuiry rates. It includes hundreds of hours of AI-ebabled video analysis of their operations, insights on top caual risk factors across Ergonomics, Struck By, Slip/Trip/Fall and Caught In Bewteen, highlighed safety events, and expert risk mitigation recommendation.

What is CompScience’s Safety Program?

The Safety Program is a comprehensive subscription program to help clients reduce their inuiry rates. It includes hundreds of hours of AI-ebabled video analysis of their operations, insights on top caual risk factors across Ergonomics, Struck By, Slip/Trip/Fall and Caught In Bewteen, highlighed safety events, and expert risk mitigation recommendation.

How does CompScience compensate brokers?

CompScience recognizes the vital role brokers play in connecting our solutions with businesses that can benefit from them. We offer a competitive, transparent commission structure designed to generously compensate our partners for both initial sales and renewals. For specific details about our commission rates and structure, we encourage brokers to contact our underwriting team.

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CompScience in the News

Gerlinger Steel Leverages AI to Improve Worker Safety

  It’s giving them something obvious to look at, a true example, instead of me saying “You are not supposed to be standing next to that lift while it’s moving, right?” – Scott Gerlinger, Gerlinger Steel & Supply   It’s a set of tools that help companies understand the risks that their employees are exposed […]
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Cultivating a Win-Win Safety Culture: Integrating Leadership, Employee Engagement, and Analytics

In today’s fast-paced, margin-constrained world, where the line between work efficiency and worker safety often blurs, establishing a win-win safety culture has never been more critical. This culture represents both employer interests in operational efficiency and employee needs for a safe working environment. In a perfect world, this relationship ideally should benefit all. But what […]
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Rethinking Workers’ Comp with AI: Why Pay for Claims When You Can Prevent Them?

Originally published in Digital Insurance.   For over a century, the workers’ compensation system has been the cornerstone of workplace safety and employee protection. This grand bargain, which provides compensation for injured workers in exchange for their right to sue their employers, has served its purpose well. But now there’s a new active approach that […]
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Safety Analytics ROI

  HIGHER SAFETY MEANS HIGH PROFITS   Improved safety analytics can clearly reduce insurance and injury costs. Yet, many injury expenses are indirect and uninsured, like retention or training new employees, and often these costs outweigh direct medical expenses. If a business doesn’t maintain safety standards, the costs of injuries can measurably lower profits. Ironically, […]
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ITC and Sønr Name CompScience #1 Innovative InsurTech Startup

InsureTech Connect Vegas and Innovation Scout Sønr Award CompScience First Place in Forward50 Americas.   Over 50 startups were researched and evaluated in the the Forward50 Americas Report by a panel of international judges and CompScience came out on top. On October 31, 2023 at 11AM on the first day of ITC, the award was […]
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AI Tools for Safety

AI Tools for Safety: A Pre National Safety Council Webinar   AI is rapidly transforming workplace risk. Now, CompScience gives safety professionals tools to quickly report risk, train workers and measure improvements which we will demo in the Safety Tech Pavilion at the NSC Congress. Join the webinar plus QA with CompScience CEO Josh Butler […]
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What is Workers’ Compensation Software? (And how is CompScience Different.)

CompScience is Different Workers’ Compensation Software is designed to deal with various aspects of the managing claims – but CompScience is designed to lower claims by reducing injuries. We do this by analyzing workplace video, reporting risks and generating recommendations to lower the chance of injuries. And our workers’ compensation software is very effecting. Workers’ […]
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Nationwide + CompScience Webinar

How Technology is Expanding Commercial Insurance Offerings: Now & Future   With Dale Hoppe, Vice President, WC Programs, Nationwide and Jacob Geyer, Chief Insurance Officer, CompScience moderated by Kevin McClain, Senior Consultant, E&S Product, Nationwide   Get insights on the workers comp market landscape and how Nationwide’s insuretech program offerings are expanding. CompScience will be showcased, focusing […]
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How Do Poor Ergonomics Impact Workers In Industrial Settings?

Poor ergonomics refers to the design or arrangement of a workspace or equipment that causes discomfort or strain on the body, leading to physical stress and potential injury. There are solutions to ergonomic issues such as changes to workflows that improve worker ergonomics.   Detecting ergonomic issues in industrial settings is the key to mitigating […]
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Navigating the Dangers of Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are among the most common occupational hazards, affecting millions of workers worldwide. These injuries, which impact the body’s soft tissues—nerves, tendons, muscles, ligaments, and joints—develop over time and can significantly impair a person’s ability to work and perform daily activities. Initially, MSDs may manifest as minor discomfort, which many might dismiss after […]
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Workplace Safety AI: The Webinar for Workers’ Comp Agents

Learn why AI is rapidly transforming workplace safety into a differentiator and how you can use safety analytics from CompScience to help clients lower injury rates and lower costs. Mike Seling and Jacob Geyer explain how AI is rapidly transforming workplace safety into a differentiator for agents and how you can use safety analytics help […]
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Essential Safety Tips for Pallet Jack Use: A Comprehensive Toolbox Talk

Pallet jacks, though seemingly simple pieces of material handling equipment, play a crucial role in the efficient and safe movement of goods within various settings, from warehouses to retail floors. Unlike forklifts, pallet jacks do not require a license to operate. However, this does not diminish the potential risks associated with their use. Incorrect handling […]
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Comprehensive Guide to Forklift Safety: Handling The Load

Forklifts are indispensable tools in the logistics, manufacturing, and construction industries, capable of lifting and transporting heavy materials across short distances. However, their operation comes with significant safety risks, not just to the operator but also to pedestrians working nearby. Proper handling of loads is crucial to ensure safety and prevent accidents. This article provides […]
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Top Manufacturing Hazards to Watch Out For

Manufacturing environments are bustling with activity, machinery, and materials, making them ripe for potential hazards. Awareness and prevention are key to maintaining a safe workplace. Here’s a listicle of the top manufacturing hazards to watch out for:   1. Machine Guarding Absence Many manufacturing injuries are due to improper or absent machine guarding. Without adequate […]
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Safety And Ergonomics Webinar: How To Prevent Injuries with AI and Data Science

Learn about transformational safety analytics from CompScience that utilizes workplace video to generate predictive models from that safety managers and ergonomists can use to report and improve injury rates in manufacturing, logistics, construction and more. This 45 min webinar was presented by Kris Mizel, CSP, Head of Loss Control and Lauren Wandell, Head of Ergonomics […]
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The Most Common Logistics Workers Injury Risks

Logistics workers play a crucial role in the supply chain, ensuring the timely delivery of goods worldwide. However, this sector is fraught with injury risks due to the physical nature of the work and the environments in which logistics workers operate. Here is a listicle of the most common logistics workers’ injury risks:   1. […]
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A Definition of Workers’ Compensation Insurance.

Workers’ compensation insurance is a type of insurance that provides benefits to employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their work. The purpose of workers’ compensation insurance is to ensure that employees have access to medical care and financial support in the event of a workplace injury or illness, and to […]
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How To Focus A CFO On Improving Workplace Safety?

  Here are a few strategies that may be helpful in convincing a CFO to prioritize workplace safety. It may not be clear at first why improving safety with analytics is important, but reducing accidents and improving an X-mod has high impact on costs. Talk with CompScience about how we can help reduce injuries with […]
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Key Steps in Conducting a Comprehensive Risk Assessment

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How X-Mod Affects Workers Compensation Costs and How X-Mod Is Affected By Safety Practices

The Experience Modification Rate (X-Mod) is a factor that affects a company’s workers’ compensation costs. A high X-Mod indicates that a company has a higher than average number of claims, which can result in higher insurance premiums. From the perspective of safety managers, a high X-Mod suggests that a company’s safety program may not be […]
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Reducing TRIR with AI and Computer Vision

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How To Reduce DART Rates

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Enhancing Forklift Safety with Computer Vision: Addressing Critical Driving Issues

Forklifts are indispensable in various industrial settings, from warehouses to construction sites, where they transport heavy materials over short distances. Despite their utility, forklifts pose significant safety risks if not operated correctly. Operator errors due to poor visibility, incorrect blade positioning, overhead hazards, and the risk of pinning are common issues leading to accidents. Computer […]
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What’s the cost of risk?

The cost of risk is a multifaceted concept that has significant implications for individuals, organizations, and society as a whole. At its core, the cost of risk is the potential financial or non-financial loss that an entity may incur as a result of an uncertain event or outcome. In this article, we will explore the […]
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Can Accidents in the Workplace Be Prevented?

Workplace accidents are a significant problem in many industries, leading to injuries, lost productivity, and increased costs for businesses. While a number of strategies exist to prevent accidents, advances in computer vision technology have opened up new possibilities for improving workplace safety.   Computer vision is a field of artificial intelligence that focuses on enabling […]
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What are workplace safety analytics and how do the systems work?

Workplace safety is a crucial concern for businesses across all industries, and many organizations are investing in safety programs and technologies to prevent accidents and injuries. Workplace safety analytics is a key tool that businesses can use to gain insights into their safety programs and identify areas for improvement. Contact CompScience to learn how the […]
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Computer Vision Safety

Computer vision is increasingly being used to enhance workplace safety by identifying potential hazards and improving safety protocols. The Intelligent Safety Platform from CompScience leverages data science to present computer vision “detections” for safety improvements. Learn more about Safety Analytics from the team at CompScience.   Here are the top five approaches for computer vision […]
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Safe Working Environments Assured with AI-Powered Risk Reduction Programs

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Advancing Safe Driving with Computer Vision Technology

Safe driving is paramount to reducing road accidents, protecting lives, and ensuring the smooth flow of traffic. While traditional methods of promoting road safety have focused on education, enforcement of rules and regulations, and vehicle maintenance, the advent of computer vision technology offers an innovative approach to enhancing driving safety. This technology, capable of processing […]
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Revolutionizing Safe Lifting and Material Handling with Computer Vision

Injuries resulting from improper lifting and material handling are a significant concern in workplaces across various industries. These injuries not only affect the well-being of employees but also result in considerable downtime and financial losses for companies. Training employees in proper lifting techniques and the safe handling of heavy or awkward objects is crucial. However, […]
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