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How to Get Access to WC Secured Sites Using The DWD/WI Logon Management System

Overview

In order to have access to the Detail Level Claim Handling Performance Indicator Reports, Surcharge Report, Insurers' Pending Reports and Assessment Reports you must have an individually created DWD/Wisconsin Login Account. After creating your DWD/Wisconsin User ID and password you must obtain an Activation Key to get access to the Worker's Compensation Internet sites. If you are a Security Administrator, you will request an Activation Key directly from the Worker's Compensation Division. If you are a Report User, you will request an Activation Key from the Security Administrator of the Insurer, Claims Handling Office or Self-Insurer for which you work. This is a one-time task.

It is recommended that you print this page before beginning the steps below.

  1. First Step

    Navigate to the WI Logon Management System Entry Page

    • Select either I am a Security Administrator or I am a Report User based on your role
    • Click on Step 1 Create a DWD/Wisconsin Login Account

    At the DWD/Wisconsin Logon Management System Page

    • Click Logon Creation link
    • Read the User Acceptance Agreement and then click Accept
    • Fill in your Profile Information (Note: You will need to enter a valid email address to access WC internet protected web sites. Address fields are not required.)
    • Choose your User ID and Password
      • Note: There should be only one account per email address.
  2. Second Step

    Go to WI Logon Management System Entry Page

    • Select either I am a Security Administrator or I am a Report User based on your role
    • Request a WC Activation Key

    If you are a Security Administrator

    You see: Request Access to Wisconsin WC Internet Applications

    • If you have not already received an Activation key, call the Worker's Compensation Division at (608) 266-1340 to obtain Security Administrator rights

    If you are a Report User

    You see: Request Access to Wisconsin WC Internet Applications

    • Complete all blank fields
    • Select the Insurer or Claims Handling Office (for the Company you need access) from the drop down menu
    • Click the Send Email button
    • A message will appear stating an email has been sent to the Security Administrator of the company you selected
  3. Third Step

    Go to WI Logon Management System Entry Page

    • Select either I am a Security Administrator or I am a Report User based on your role
    • Activate your WC Activation Key

    If you are a Security Administrator

    After clicking on the Activate your WC Activation Key link you will need to enter the DWD/WI Logon Account user id and password that you created in Step 1 in order to proceed further. Once these are entered you see: Activate Account to Wisconsin WC Internet Applications.

    • Enter the Activation Key given to you by the Workers Compensation Division
    • Complete the remaining fields. Email address is a required field to access WC internet protected web sites
    • Click the Activate Rights to My Account button
    • A message will appear stating your account rights have been activated

    If you are a Report User

    After clicking on the Activate your WC Activation Key link you will need to enter the DWD/WI Logon Account user id and password that you created in Step 1 in order to proceed further. Once these are entered you see: Activate Account to Wisconsin WC Internet Applications.

    • Enter the Activation Key given to you by your Security Administrator
    • Complete the remaining fields. Email address is a required field to access WC internet protected web sites.
    • Click the Activate Rights to My Account button
    • A message will appear stating your account rights have been activated
  4. Fourth Step

    Go to the Insurers and Self-Insurers page and access the program you'd like to work in. Under Claims Handling select either Pending Reports (Claims Entry/Reporting), Performance Reports and Annual Surcharges, or Assessment (Additional Information).

    NOTE:

    Reports that Insurers and Employers have access to over the Internet have increased security applied to them. When accessing these pages for the first time, your web browser may bring up messages stating that you are about to view secured pages. You can stop these messages from appearing by clicking on the appropriate check box within the message box your web browser presents to you. These messages are for informational purposes only. If you choose not to view them, you do not lose the additional security that has been applied to your reports. In order to access these pages, a browser that supports SSL encryption will need to be used.