§431:14A-101  Purpose.  The Hawaii employers' mutual insurance company is established to provide workers' compensation coverage to employers of the State at the highest level of service with the lowest possible cost, consistent with reasonable and applicable actuarial standards and the sound financial integrity of the company.  The purposes of the company are to provide the highest standard of workplace safety and loss prevention, to encourage employer involvement, and to be responsive to each policyholder's experience, practice, and operating effectiveness.  Nothing in this article shall create any implied third-party duty or impose additional legal liability for the company toward its members or beneficiaries beyond that explicitly created by this chapter, chapter 386, or common law, and generally applicable to all issuers of workers' compensation insurance in this State. [L 1996, c 261, pt of §2; am L 2010, c 52, §1]