Nev. Admin. Code § 616B.722 - Calculation of estimated annual assessment

Current through August 4, 2021

1. The amount of the estimated annual assessment made against each insurer to be used to defray:
(a) The administrative costs of the office of the Administrator, office of Legal Counsel, Administrative Services Unit and Workers' Compensation Section will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for those administrative costs.
(b) The administrative costs of the offices of the Hearings Division of the Department of Administration and the Nevada Attorney for Injured Workers for the time spent concerning claims for workers' compensation will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for these administrative costs.
(c) The administrative costs of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Safety Consultation and Training Section will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for those offices.
(d) The administrative costs of the Mine Safety and Training Section will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for the Mine Safety and Training Section.
(e) The costs of the Commissioner for administering the program of self-insurance will be calculated by multiplying the percentage of expenditures of each self-insured employer and the percentage of expenditures of each association of self-insured public or private employers by the amount approved in the state budget for those costs.
(f) That portion of the cost of the Office for Consumer Health Assistance that is related to providing assistance to injured employees concerning workers' compensation will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for that cost.
(g) The administrative costs of the administration of claims against uninsured employers arising from compliance with NRS 616C.220 will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount derived by multiplying:
(1) The expected annual disbursements to be made from the Uninsured Employers' Claim Account; and
(2) The charge for the administration of claims.
(h) The administrative costs of having premium rates reviewed by the Commissioner will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the amount approved in the state budget for those administrative costs.
(i) The amount of disbursements from the Uninsured Employers' Claim Account will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the sum of expected annual disbursements to be made from the Account.
(j) The amount of disbursements from the Subsequent Injury Accounts for Self-Insured Employers and Private Carriers will be calculated by multiplying the insurer's percentage of expenditures by the sum of expected annual disbursements to be made from the Subsequent Injury Accounts for Self-Insured Employers and Private Carriers.
2. For the purposes of this section, "percentage of expenditures" means the proportion of an insurer's expected annual expenditures for claims relative to the amount of the expected annual expenditures for claims of all insurers responsible for the cost shown in a particular category of the state budget.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 616B.722
Added to NAC by Dep't of Industrial Relations, eff. 8-26-83; A 8-30-91; A by Div. of Industrial Relations by R112-98, 12-18-98; R096-99, 11-29-99; R108-09, 6-30-2010

NRS 232.680, 616A.400

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