NATA and IFBOA Workers Compensation Insurance Programs Return Nearly $3 Million to Participating Members
Washington, DC, December 12, 2017 – The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and the Independent
Fixed Base Operators Association (IFBOA) announced today the distribution of approximately
$3 million in good experience returns to workers compensation insurance program
participants, bringing the total to over $10 million since 2011.
“We are pleased to offer two competitive
workers compensation insurance programs that feature substantial financial
returns to participants. The success of these programs depends in part on NATA’s
safety training programs and events that help drive these good experience
returns, creating additional value for members,” stated NATA Executive Vice
President of Operations and Business Tim Obitts. “The success of these programs
is predicated on the participants continuing to place safety first within their
programs were developed to reward safety performance with substantial year-end savings. Historically, program participants have received returns equal to or
often greater than their annual membership dues,” added Jake Legere, IFBOA Manager
over 750 combined participants, the programs continue to grow. Contributing to
this growth is the strategic alliance between NATA and IFBOA. This member
benefit is once again the industry leader in rewarding our members’ safe
operating results,” added Obitts.
Learn more at www.nata.aero/wcip or www.ifboa.aero/workerscomp.cfm.