Established in 1978, the County Road Association Self Insurance Fund, CRASIF, is a group of 69 county road commissions who have joined together to provide workers compensation insurance for over 3,500 employees.
The CRASIF Advantage
Our mission is to reduce the potential for employee injury and to provide a comprehensive disability management program for employees eligible for workers' compensation.
CRASIF Core Values
latest news from crasif:
Board Approves $2 Million Dividend
- April 4, 2019
The Board of Trustees approved at its March 12th meeting a $2 million dollar dividend to be distributed to members. This will be the largest dividend given in the last 5 years. Total dividends distributed since the inception of the Fund will now total $85 million dollars. The dividend distribution needs to be approved by the State of Michigan Workers’ Compensation Agency.
CRASIF Offers a Workers’ Comp Specialist Course
- March 1, 2019
CRASIF has developed a course for empowering local road commission staff to efficiently manage workers’ compensation injuries both proactively and reactively that saves money, ensures good medical care for the injured employee, and provides timely wage loss benefits. All staff touching the workers comp process will find this course helpful. It will take place on May 6th, 2019 at Crystal Mountain beginning at 8 am. Open to only CRASIF members, there is no charge. For more information, or, to register go to the following link: https://info.micountyroads.org/events/details/certified-workers-compensation-specialist-program-211
4th Quarter Premium Deposit Invoices Now Available!
- February 12, 2019
The 2018-19 4th quarter premium deposit invoices are now available in your Premium Invoices folder through the member’s portal. Deadline for payment is March 10, 2019.
New Chair and Vice Chair for 2018-19
- December 2, 2018
Mary Sholander, Director of Finance and Administration at the Marquette County Road Commission, was elected by the Board of Trustees to be the new Chair. Tom Doty, Road Commissioner at the Mackinac County Road Commission, was elected to serve as Vice Chair. Mary was the former Vice Chair and succeeds Doug Robidoux, Road Commissioner from Mason County who did an outstanding job of representing and leading the board for the past two years. Congratulations to Mary and Tom, and, a big thank you to Doug!