Established in 1978, the County Road Association Self Insurance Fund, CRASIF, is a group of 72 county road commissions who have joined together to provide workers compensation insurance for over 3,500 employees.
Our mission is to reduce the potential for employee injury and to provide a comprehensive disability management program for employees eligible for workers' compensation.
Board Meeting Schedule*
||May 15, 2017
||Board Meeting, Boyne Highlands, Pleasantview MI, Time 1 pm.
|July or August
||Board Meeting, Time and Location TBD
|Sept 13, 2017
||Annual Membership Meeting, Boyne Mountain Resort, Time TBD
|Oct 12-13, 2017
||Strategic Planning Workshop, Tree Tops Resort, 12 noon
||Board Meeting, Mount Pleasant, TBD
latest news from crasif:
2017-18 Member Premium Deposit Invoices Now Available!
- May 12, 2017
The 2017-18 1st Quarter Member Premium Deposit Invoices are now available through the member portal. Deadline for returning is June 10, 2017! Call us if you have any problems retrieving the invoice.
Hidden CRASIF Treasurers
- April 17, 2017
Attendees at the 49th Annual Commisioner’s Seminar on April 10-11, 2017 in Bay City were enriched by a session called “Discovering Hidden CRASIF Treasurers.” The session guided the attendees through the treasurer-trove of safety resources available through the CRASIF website and our partnership with Safetysurance. Director of Risk Consulting, Allen Roden, highlighted certain gems such as regular news feeds on workplace injuries and 24/7 access to safety training videos on operational hazards. He also informed those in attendance that road commission staff are being trained on how to use the system when our risk consultants make their on-site visits. Road commissioners were encouraged to make sure their road commission knew of the resources if they are a member of CRASIF.
Got Risk Control?
- February 28, 2017
Got Risk Control?? One of the many advantages of being a member of CRASIF is our risk control resources. Our best resource is our two Risk Consultants, Allen Roden and Melanie Green. They travel around the state providing safety training tailored specifically for road commissions. Steve Lucas, Managing Director of Cass CRC, recently sent us this note:
I wanted to pass on some positive encouragement to Al Roden and Melanie Greene. Al has been to the Cass County Road Commission several times providing training and inspections since the partnership with CRASIF. We were introduced to Melanie last fall when she provided training to our staff. Both Al and Melanie have great personalities that allow them to deliver their message and keep the trainees attention. As we all know not all subject matter can peak everyone’s interest but they find a way to accomplish it. Al is a wealth of knowledge in the subject matter and through the delivery his passion for safety shows loud and clear. Although Melanie has only visited us once her passion was evident throughout the entire training. I have never received any complaints from employees about the training provided by either of them and in fact have received positive comments. Please let them know that the Cass County Road Commission employee’s greatly appreciate both of them. Knowledge is powerful and through their teaching our employees work in a much safer environment.”
Need more training or safety audits? Contact Al at firstname.lastname@example.org or Melanie at email@example.com. Get Risk Control! See those workers’ compensation claims go down.
Goose Egg Award goes to Mecosta CRC
- February 21, 2017
CRASIF is excited to announce that another member has received the Goose Egg Award. The Goose Egg Award is given to Fund members which had “0” workers’ compensation losses in the past 12 month coverage year. Congratulations to Mecosta for their safety diligence!
Receiving the Award on behalf of the road commission are, from left to right: Board Chair Van Johnson, Managing Director Joyce Randall, and Superintendent Tim Nestle.
Alpena CRC Receives the Goose Egg Award
- February 8, 2017
Alpena County Road Commission was awarded the “Goose Egg” award at the most recent Straits Area Council Meeting. The Award recognizes the safety efforts of the Fund member that resulted in no workers’ compensation claims from July 1 2015 to June 30 2016. Congratulations to all at the road commission. Keep the streak alive!
Receiving the award for the road commission are, from left to right, Commissioner Spaulding, Managing Director Larry Orcutt, Commissioner Sterns, Finance Director Julie Patterson, and Commissioner Heise.