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Working to Well program supports workers across Atlantic Canada in returning to the job after injury

Atlantic Canadians injured on the job tend to take longer to return to work than those living in most other provinces. To further assist workers as they recover from workplace injury, Atlantic Canada’s workers’ compensation organizations have teamed up to launch a region-wide program
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CNESST receives an Award of Excellence from the Quebec Institute of Public Administration

The Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) has won a Quebec Award of Excellence in public administration, in the public service category, for its CNESST creation project, a successful benefit for the public sector and society. The award w
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Compass making Ontario workplace data open and accessible

Compass is the Workplace Safety & Insurance Bureau of Ontario‘s new online health and safety tool. For the first time, Ontarians can find and compare health and safety statistics for businesses across the province. Using Compass, Ontarians can: see the number and types of in
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Gender equality within CNESST recognized by the organization La Gouvernance au féminin

Chair and CEO of la Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) Manuelle Oudar, is proud to announce that the CNESST has earned “PARITÉ certification at the annual recognition gala of La Gouvernance au féminin.
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Government of Newfoundland and Labrador appoints new Chair of WorkplaceNL

The Newfoundland and Labrador Government has appointed John Peddle as Chair of the WorkplaceNL Board of Directors. The appointment is for a three-year term, serving approximately 13,000 injured workers and 19,000 employers. With the announcement the NL Government also extends their gr
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WorkSafeBC young worker safety brochure translated into seven languages

Created with assistance from members of the Young Worker Advisory Group, WorkSafeBC‘s Getting a Job? Ask Questions About Safety brochure provides young and new workers with useful tips about how to address concerns about safety in the workplace.
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WCB Nova Scotia’s Sharon Robinson honoured at CPHR Conference

Sharon Robinson, Director of Human Resources at WCB Nova Scotia has been recognized with the 2017 CPHR Award of Excellence, the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Nova Scotia’s most prestigious award.
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WorkSafeNB’s Safe Waste Collection campaign awarded Best in Show at 2017 AASCIF Communications Awards

The American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF) has announced the winners of its 2017 Communications Awards at their annual meeting in Oklahoma City. WorkSafeNB was selected as “Best in Show”, and won first place in the External Communications Campaign category
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WSIB Has New Way to Measure Workplace Health and Safety

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has developed a new tool, the Health and Safety Index, to measure the overall health and safety of Ontario’s workplaces.
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Elizabeth Witmer re-appointed Chair of WSIB

Tom Teahen, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of Ontario (WSIB) is pleased to announce that our friend, colleague and leader Elizabeth Witmer has been re-appointed to a three year term as Chair of the WSIB Board of Directors – a positi
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