OF ATTENDEES ARE DECISION MAKERS/INFLUENCERS
OF ATTENDEES ARE DIRECTOR LEVEL
YEARS IN THE BUSINESS
ATTENDEES FROM MAJOR BRANDS TO THE NEWEST ENTRANTS
For 30 years – and counting – National Comp continues to be the largest annual gathering of workers’ compensation leaders in the country. In 2022, National Comp is creating more opportunities to learn how to address the evolving challenges in workers’ comp and new, exciting opportunities to network with the industry’s most influential executives, thought leaders, and fellow attendees.
We’ve optimized the total conference experience with new content formats, an improved layout, innovative technology, and new events. What more could you ask for from the industry’s premier national event?
CEOs, VPs, and Directors
Workers’ Compensation Directors/Managers
Claims Analysts, Managers, Specialists
Risk Management Professionals
Disability Managers and Professionals
Attorneys and Consultants
VPs, Directors, & Managers of HR
Safety & Health Managers/Specialists
Managed Care Providers
MDs, RNs, Nurse Case Managers, & Occupational Health Nurses
We want every National Comp attendee to have the best experience possible, and who you meet plays a key part in that. Below are some of the ways we help you make better connections.
Examine the future of work with Dr. L. Casey Chosewood, director of the Office for Total Worker Health® at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Hear from 250+ of the best minds in insurance — from CEOs of global insurers to founders of startups looking
to reshape the industry.
Venue – Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
National Comp will be held at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, October 19th – October 21st, 2022
Kids’ Chance of America represents 50 state-level nonprofit organizations that provide scholarships to children of workers who have been seriously or fatally injured on the job. Cumulatively, since their inception in 1988, Kids’ Chance organizations have awarded over 9,300 scholarships totaling over $33.2 million dollars.