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Welcome to Oklahoma Employers Safety Association

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The Oklahoma Employers Safety Association (OESA) provides a safe quality affordable Workers Compensation insurance for a wide variety of Oklahoma business, both large and small. OESA has been in continued insurance operations for over thirty years. OESA is owned by Oklahomans and operated exclusively in Oklahoma! Our Workers Compensation program is fully insured and backed by CompSource Mutual (formerly CompSource Oklahoma), Oklahoma’s largest Workers Compensation provider. Our program is offered through many independent insurance agencies across the State as well as direct to Oklahoma employers. We welcome insurance agents and businesses to give us a call.

At OESA, having a workplace that is protected gives you extra security. As an Oklahoma employer, you have an obligation to ensure a safe work place and the law requires a business to have Workers Compensation Insurance. Workers Compensation insurance can provide the coverage to protect you from those unpredictable occurrences. We offer a program for different industries in Oklahoma. We take a proactive approach to our clients' Workers' Compensation challenges. We will work to reduce your insurance costs, thereby saving you money this year and years to come.

Coverage and benefits can be obtained for the worker no matter who is at fault. For those workers injured in the workplace, medical expenses and income replacement may be necessary. By contacting us today, we can assist and guide you through these complicated steps.

How does this benefit the Oklahoma business owner?

  • Reduced injuries and losses
  • Reduced medical and disability costs
  • Reduced policy adjustments
  • Reduced premium costs

“Employers that implement effective safety and health management systems may expect to significantly reduce injuries and illnesses, and reduce the costs associated with these injuries and illnesses, including workers’ compensation payments, medical expenses, and lost productivity.”                                                        -United States Department of Labor