Idaho Work Comp Class Codes
Looking for Idaho workers compensation class codes? Idaho uses the NCCI classification system. NCCI is the National Council on Compensation Insurance, they are the governing authority for work comp classifications for a majority of U.S states.
You can view our online resource for locating these classifications for each state on our NCCI codes page, or by clicking the image to the right. Keep in mind that online lists will only include a brief general description for each classification.
For complete and authoritative underwriting material, you will need to buy an NCCI Scopes Manual. You can purchase a scopes manual by visiting the NCCI online catalog at: www.ncci.com/onlinecatalog/scopes.
For other helpful underwriting products and services, you can visit the NCCI Online Catalog, or the IRMI Online Catalog.
Idaho Workers Compensation Rates
Looking for Idaho workers compensation rates? Visit our page for workers compensation rates by state. Our list contains estimated base rates for the state of Idaho. Rates will vary from one insurance company to another. Rates will also vary based on other factors such as:
- Years in business
- Experience Modification Rate (MOD)
- Size of deductible
- Years of consecutive coverage / gaps in coverage
- Financial condition of the company
- Trajection of the company size (increase or decrease)
- Employee turnover rate
- Quality of safety programs (if any)
- Employee return-to-work programs
- And many other factors!
Idaho Workers Comp State Resources
ID Department of Insurance Locations:1820 E. 17th, Suite 220
Idaho Falls, ID 83404 353 N. 4th Avenue, Suite 200
Pocatello, ID 83201 2005 Ironwood Parkway St. 143
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814 https://www.doi.idaho.gov/default.aspx Call: 1-800-721-3272 Idaho State Insurance Fund 1215 W. State St. P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720800-334-2370 https://www.idahosif.org/
Idaho Workers Compensation Overview
As previously stated, Idaho is an NCCI state. However, NCCI does much more than simply regulate class code information. NCCI also collects rate and loss data on behalf of Idaho, of which they use to establish workers compensation rates. NCCI also produces experience modification rates for all qualifying Idaho businesses. Some other important WC information includes: Also, Idaho is a workers compensation mandatory state. Essentially, that means employers are required to carry workers compensation insurance. In the event of an injury, the employer retains the right to make the initial selection of a physician, which may be changed at a later date by the state agency.
Idaho Workers Compensation Class Codes