About CSIA

In 1929 the California Self-Insurers Association came into being. Its stated purpose was to monitor and protect the legitimate interests of self-insurers in the workers’ compensation field. The California Self-Insurers Association performs these functions by providing educational opportunities as well as legislative and regulatory support and analysis to its members.

Today CSIA has over 100 members, representing many of California’s largest companies. The association provides ongoing representation and leadership in the field of self-insured workers’ compensation issues. Members benefit from the valuable resources, ongoing educational programs and two annual conferences put on by the association.

Joining CSIA helps California businesses who choose to self insure their workers’ compensation liabilities create a united voice in the complicated and often contentious subject. If you are not a member, please consider joining us and help California businesses lead the Golden State back into economic prosperity. A membership application is available in the Membership section of this website.

Mission

CSIA's mission is to champion and promote the interests of self-insured employers in California by providing leadership on workers' compensation matters.

Vision

CSIA is THE trusted voice for California self-insured employers and their employees.

As a provider of workers’ comp managed care services to California’s self-insured employers and as an employer ourselves, we receive great value from our CSIA membership.  The association provides educational opportunities, through conferences and other means, which are timely and relevant.  We are kept current on issues affecting employers and the self-insured, which makes us better partners in serving their needs.

 

Eunhee Kim,
President/CEO
EK Health Services, Inc

Event Highlights

2017 Annual Meeting and Educational Conference

CSIA will return to the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA for our 2017 Annual Meeting and Educational Conference. The conference will be held on April 3-4, 2017. The attendance for the past two Annual Meetings at this location have sold out with 400 workers' compensation professionals attending. If you want to know what is on the radar for the largest California employers, this conference is a must.