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EMR no longer a calculation in CCS certification

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As of January 1st 2016, CCS (formerly MICCS) will not require your EMR to be a deciding factor on your certification. This does not change any other part of the certification process. As long as the OSHA 300A numbers fall in line with the DART and TRIR requirements for their company, you meet all minimum criteria of their SPRS review, and meet minimum criteria during a home office audit, you can be a Qualified company in the CCS certification program. However, the CCS site still requires companies to input their EMR and upload either a letter stating their EMR from their insurance company or their workers comp worksheet, due to some companies still wanting the EMR as part of their personal qualification process.


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