The National Automotive Roads Fuel Association (NARFA) in Peterborough, the exclusive sponsor of the Automotive Industries Compensation Corporation (AICC) workers compensation program, is making available Flyreel for AICC members.
Flyreel is a loss control platform that uses an artificial intelligence powered “assistant” that walks members through the collection of critical on-site data to help better identify and prevent losses associated with worker compensation programs.
“We are always looking for new opportunities to better serve and support our members,” says NARFA Executive Director Philip Healy. “By using Flyreel, we are providing an innovative, contact-less approach to obtaining the critical data necessary for customized safety and loss control recommendations to members. NARFA is proud to have the AICC as the first self-insured group to implement this new approach to managing and preventing losses.”
Using Flyreel, AICC members conduct the self-survey of their business at a time that is most convenient for them, minimizing any business interruption. The AI-driven conversational chatbot seamlessly guides members through the collection of the essential on-site data related to a safe work environment.
“We’re excited to partner with NARFA and its membership to deliver a next-generation user experience to help protect workers and prevent losses,” says Flyreel CEO and Founder Cole Winans. “AICC is the first use of Flyreel for workers comp programs, representing a new and exciting chapter for Flyreel.”
Joe Blanche, AICC Administrator says, “We are confident that this tool can help our members ensure a safe workplace environment for their most valuable resource - their employees. We are excited to empower our members with an easy-to-use, secure solution. We believe Flyreel is a game-changing tool that addresses the challenges of our rapidly evolving industry.”