Archbright Info Session #4: Safety, Workers Comp Claims Mgmt., Retro, ReClaim | 10/25
Virtual ClassNumber of Seats Available: 25
Please join Archbright's Account Executives to learn about Archbright's robust safety, workers' comp claims management, retrospective rating programs, and ReClaim services.
There are four sessions in the Archbright Info Series. Each session can stand alone, and they can be taken in any order. They are intended for anyone who wants to learn more about Archbright's tools and services, including new members, new contacts at existing members, existing members who want a refresher, and prospective future members.
Session #4 topics include:
- Safety hotline
- Safety consulting
- Workers' comp claims management
- Retrospective Rating programs
- Archbright ReClaim
We hope to see you there!
Technology Minimums for Attending Virtual Training
Archbright provides virtual training to our members so that they can attend courses from most anywhere, but each attendee must ensure that they are working from a location that has the necessary connectivity to the internet to facilitate participation.
Internet connectivity minimums
To ensure that you have a positive experience attending this info session, you should verify that your internet connectivity provides a minimum of 5 Megabits per second (Mbps) in upload speed. Most internet packages for home-use are advertised by their download speed and not upload speed, and while this can be important for streaming movies or music, it isn’t the only consideration. The upload speed is just as important as the download speed.
How can I tell what I currently have?
If you are unsure what you currently have, please reach out to your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and request the information directly.
If they are unable to give you that information, please visit www.speedtest.net while connected to the internet in the same manner you intend to attend the virtual training…and perform a speed test.
Wireless technology minimums
Additionally, if you connect wirelessly, as many of us do, make sure your wireless router can broadcast at the same speed as your upload speed, if not even higher.
Wireless routers can broadcast at over 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) these days, and many companies don't upgrade your router when you upgrade service. This often means that your wireless speeds are significantly lower than the upload speed that is available to you.
Remember that each device connected to the internet in your location is taking some of that download and upload capability and wireless connectivity. If you have many devices in your network, it is recommended to have significantly higher speeds to accommodate the increased traffic.
Please contact your internal IT team if you have any questions.