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Serving Ohio's employers and injured workers since 1912

Established in 1912, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is the exclusive provider of workers’ compensation insurance in Ohio and serves 242,000 public and private employers. With 1,800 employees and assets of approximately $27 billion, BWC is the largest state-run insurance system in the United States. Our mission is to protect Ohio's workers and employers through the prevention, care and management of workplace injuries and illnesses at fair rates.

Executive staff   Facts and figures
Learn the names, backgrounds and accomplishments of BWC's executive staff.   View/download statistical information about BWC including, benchmarks MCO Report Card and claim statistics.
The Ohio Revised Code   The Ohio Administrative Code
View statutes relative to Ohio workers' compensation, by using the LAWriter website.   View the rules relative to Ohio workers' compensation. by using the LAWriter website.
Policies   Rules under review
An online library of BWC's policies and procedures. It's divided into categories or topics and includes everything from claims policy to vocational rehabilitation policy.   View proposed rule changes relating to workers’ compensation and find a link to public hearing notices.

Join our team   How to do business with BWC
Thinking of a career that lets you help injured workers or make Ohio’s business climate better? Learn about jobs at BWC.   For those interested in providing goods or services to BWC.
Equal Employment Opportunity Strategic Plan  
Pursuant to Ohio Administrative Code, this is BWC's strategic plan for ensuring Equal Employment Opportunity at the agency. BWC does not discriminate on the basis of color, religion, gender/sex, gender identity or expression, national origin (ancestry), military status, disability, age (40 years or older), genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a parent during pregnancy and immediately after the birth of a child, status as a parent of a young child, or status as a foster parent.