A certificate to self-insure may be revoked by the commissioner at any time for good cause. After revocation, the self-insurer may request a hearing. Good cause includes, among other things, failure to maintain a security deposit as required by this chapter, failure to pay assessments of the self-insurers' security fund, or the failure or inability of the employer to fulfill obligations under chapter 176 or this chapter. Good cause also includes failure to provide proof of renewal of the security 15 days before its expiration.
A self-insured employer must comply with section 176.181 and all applicable rules to operate during the pendency of its appeal of a decision under this section.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes