ASHLAND – The Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association
awards the Town of Ashland $30,886 in insurance credits through the Fiscal Year 2021
Rewards Program. This credit applies to premium reductions on workers’ compensation,
property, and casualty insurance costs during the fiscal year.
The Town of Ashland earned this credit by participating in training and seminars including
school district liability, cyber security, labor relations, and other initiatives supported by the MIAA Rewards incentive program.
“The Town of Ashland greatly benefits from the MIIA Rewards Program. This program
complements our commitments to safety and financial stability. Participating in the training
courses provides an opportunity to strengthen and protect our team. This rewards program is
cost- effective as we save money on our insurance expenses and cost for training programs,”
said Town Manager Michael Herbert.
In fiscal year 2021, MIIA awarded over $2 million in premium credits to more than 300 of its
member communities and municipal organizations – resulting in a 19-year total of over $42.4
million in credits since the program’s inception.
Stanley Corcoran, Executive Vice President of MIIA said, “Ashland’s commitment to ensure a
safe workplace – is to be commended. Their targeted efforts to mitigate risk over the past year
lowered their insurance costs by earning these Rewards credits. MIIA appreciates its ongoing
partnership with Ashland and will continue to work with the town to ensure its employees
continue to be well-trained and prepared to avoid unnecessary risks and losses.”
The Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA) is the non-profit insurance arm of
the Massachusetts Municipal Association. As a member- based organization, MIIA’s sole focus
is to provide excellent service and quality risk management and health insurance solutions to
Massachusetts municipalities and related public entities.