Employers that fall within an extra-hazardous industry are required to obtain Workers’ Compensation coverage through the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services prior to conducting business or engaging in work in this state. If your business is not extra-hazardous and deemed optional, you may still elect Workers’ Compensation coverage. In order to ensure coverage, you are required to create an account through our online system ( Once registered, the Agency will determine which type of coverage is required based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).  

Please note: The account created in may serve as your  joint account for both Unemployment Insurance tax-related filings (if applicable) and Workers’ Compensation premium filings (if applicable).  

If you are unsure whether or not you need to register for Workers’ Compensation, please contact Employer Services at (307) 777-6763 or email 

For helping employer information, please view the Guide to Workers’ Compensation for Employers.

Employers report and make payments for   Workers’ Compensation through their WYUI employer account at

While payments may be collected through this online account, employers can mail their Workers’ Compensation only payments by mail to:

Workers’ Compensation Division
PO Box 20006
Cheyenne, WY 82003

For further assistance, please call (307) 777-6763 or email


Employers may access Workers’ Compensation claim-related information filed by one of their workers. The Provider, Injured Worker, Employer Resource System (PIERS) can be used to find claim information, billing status, payment and benefit information.

Base Rates

Rates for Workers’ Compensation premiums are dependent on individual classifications as determined by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). These classifications are determined AFTER the registration has been received by the Division through

For more information, please view the Guidelines for the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Grouping.