Know a colleague who has gone “above and beyond” for the AWCBC? Nominate them!

Now in its third year, the annual AWCBC ‘Above & Beyond’ Award honours special members who have contributed greatly to the Association, and in so doing, to the advancement of workers’ compensation across the country.
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WCB Nova Scotia evolves executive team with a view to the future

WCB Nova Scotia is starting 2021 with additions and changes to the executive team, renewing emphasis on the importance of injury prevention, while focusing its sights on a new challenge facing the system – claim durations. 
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Advisory: WorkplaceNL safety training certificates extended to April 30

WorkplaceNL is extending expiry dates of safety training certificates as training courses may not be widely available while the province is under COVID-19 Alert Level 5.
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WorkSafeBC Research Grant Competition Ralph McGinn Postdoctoral Fellowship

WorkSafeBC is looking for recent doctoral graduates who are training for careers as academic researchers in occupational health and safety or work disability.
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WCB Manitoba Welcomes New President and CEO

Richard Deacon joined the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba as President and CEO on February 1, replacing Winston Maharaj, who stepped down on October 30 after almost nine years in the role.
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Saskatchewan WCB: NEW – Changes to the WCB’s Employer’s Initial Report of Injury (E1) form

To continuously improve our customer service, we have made changes to the online E1 form. The new features of the online E1 form include:
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WorkSafeBC launching awareness campaign on workplace health and safety during the pandemic

WorkSafeBC is launching a new awareness campaign as part of its continuing efforts to support workplace health and safety during the pandemic. The province-wide, multi-language campaign focuses on several specific actions workers and employers need to take to keep workplaces safe from
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Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission Announces New e-Service for Workplace Incident Reporting.

Employers in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut can now report workplace incidents and injuries online through the e-Business service, WSCC Connect.
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WCB Nova Scotia selected as Top Atlantic Canada Employer for 2021

WCB Nova Scotia is pleased to have been selected as a Top Atlantic Canada Employer by Mediacorp for the 12th time since the award’s inception in 2010.
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SAFE Work Manitoba: Employers key to psychologically safe and healthy workplaces

Did you know that one in five Manitobans will experience a mental health concern or illness each year? That could be you or someone you work with. Mental health concerns affect Canadians, and our workplaces, in a big way.
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