The California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation announced that it canceled its 18th annual Conference: Legislative and Educational Forum as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The conference was canceled due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the organization says on its website. “Since there remains continued uncertainty surrounding the spread and impacts of COVID-19, our primary objective is to protect the health, safety and well-being of our members, staff, exhibitors and other stakeholders.”
CCWC said extensive planning is required for meetings the size of its annual conference, which precludes rescheduling the event for late this year.
All who registered will receive a full refund unless they want to apply the credit to register for the 2021 conference.
“CCWC remains committed to serving our members and providing the important information and updates that would otherwise be part of our annual conference,” the organization said. “As such, we already are working to provide new ways to share news and information, including hosting a series of online educational offerings. These presentations will include key details about the traditional legislative and industry issues, as well as information related to the COVID-19 crisis and its impact on workers’ compensation. We will continue to provide details about these events on our website as additional information becomes available.”
Additional information about the canceled conference and refunds is available here.
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