Winnipeg Free Press Publishes Special WCB Supplement

The Winnipeg Free Press published a supplement within its Saturday, September 3 newspaper all about WCB Manitoba and their history of being “Here to Help.”
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NWT & Nunavut Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission Launches New Campaign

The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) has launched Worth It, a new campaign aimed at highlighting the importance of workplace safety in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
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Sun Safety at Work Canada, a research, policy, and practice partnership funded by Health Canada through the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, has launched to support workplaces in helping protect their employees from the dangers of sun exposure at work.
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National and provincial governments aim to harmonize OHS requirements

Governments across the country are aiming to harmonize occupational health and safety requirements to make it easier for businesses who do work in different provinces and territories to adhere to the rules.
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IWH: Health and safety inspections with penalties effectively reduce work injuries

Government health and safety inspections that result in citations or penalties effectively motivate employers to make improvements that reduce work-related injuries.
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No business too small for safety – WSCC develops an OHS program guide for NWT/Nunavut small businesses

The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (WSCC) has published the ‘Occupational Health and Safety Program Guide for Small Businesses.’
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WCB Celebrates 100 Years of Serving Manitobans

One hundred years ago, on September 1, 1916, 14 staff members gathered in the Paris Building on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg to form the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba.
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