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The new workplace injury hotline is now available for all work-related injuries. Call the hotline anytime an employee is injured on the job to connect with a registered nurse. He or she will provide self-care instructions or medical referrals as appropriate. The call also serves to begin the workers’ compensation claim process. Members are encouraged to become familiar with the service and promote its use to all supervisors and employees. LEARN MORE NOW »
New materials assist members in building and supporting a positive safety culture. Work Wisely materials include a handbook and safety culture campaign items. VIEW AND DOWNLOAD MATERIALS NOW »
Get answers to common questions about how workers' compensation responds to various employee situations related to COVID-19. Also check out decision trees for COVID-19 and workers' compensation, FFCRA and OSHA reporting. GO TO FAQS NOW »
View a recording of the “2021 MCIT Coverage Update” webinar. It focuses on changes in coverage that took effect Jan. 1, 2021, particularly to Cyber Suite coverage, and common questions about coverage. VIEW VIDEO NOW »
MCIT is a joint powers entity made up of Minnesota counties and associated public entities that pool resources to provide property, casualty and workers’ compensation coverage to members. MCIT also offers risk management and loss control services. LEARN MORE ABOUT MCIT »
News and Upcoming Events
MCIT Welcomes New Board Members

The MCIT Board of Directors vacancy was filled by appointment during the Feb. 12 board meeting. Becker County Commissioner Ben Grimsley takes the seat previously held by Don Diedrich, who retired from his Polk County commissioner position last year. Grimsley joins Roseau County Commissioner Jack Swanson and Washington County Administrator Kevin Corbid as new board members for 2021.
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Board Leadership Changes for 2021

During its organizational meeting Jan. 8, the MCIT Board of Directors selection its officers, assigned members to committees and determined their meeting schedule.
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Turn in 2021 EDP Inventory by April 30

Each member's annual inventory of electronic data processing (EDP) equipment (items that accept and manipulate data or are connected to a computer system) must be submitted to MCIT by April 30. The inventory needs to include all EDP equipment that the member wants covered.
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