WCB announces next term board appointees

Four board appointments include the reappointment of the chair, the reappointment of a full-time and part-time board member, and new appointment of a part-time member.
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WCB thanks board representative for nearly a decade of service

Worker representative Garry Hamblin completes term appointment with the WCB.
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Atlantic Workplace Health and Safety Conference set for March 20-22

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Atlantic Canada’s largest gathering of workplace health and safety presenters and professionals is back in 2024. The annual Atlantic Workplace Health and Safety Conference will be hosted in Halifax at the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel from March 20 to 22.
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WorkSafeBC bringing industry and labour stakeholders together to discuss crane safety

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WorkSafeBC continues to work with industry and workers to advance new safety initiatives and regulatory measures to improve crane safety in B.C.
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Saskatchewan WCB seeking customer feedback

Regina, Sask., March 4, 2024 – In the months of March and April, the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) will be reaching out to customers across the province to gather feedback to help improve WCB services.
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WCB Nova Scotia welcomes its first Chief Technology Officer

After an extensive search that attracted interest from within Nova Scotia and across Canada, the WCB is set to welcome Gaëtan Boudreau P.Eng, as its first ever Chief Technology Officer. Gaëtan will join the WCB’s Executive Team starting on April 15th.
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The WCB of Manitoba Appoints New Acting WCB President and CEO; Richard Deacon leaves after three years in role

March 1, 2024 (WINNIPEG) – The WCB today announced the departure of Richard Deacon after three years as leader. At the same time, WCB Board Chair announced the appointment of Catherine Skinner as Acting President and CEO, while the search for a new leader begins.
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Preparations for gradual onset psychological injury highlighted in latest WCB community report

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WCB Nova Scotia’s third quarter of 2023 was marked by preparation to protect Nova Scotia’s workers and employers from a new type of compensable injury.
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New Requirements for Workplace Occupational Health and Safety Committees Effective March 1, 2024

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Public Advisory: New Requirements for Workplace Occupational Health and Safety Committees Effective March 1, 2024.
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Workplace deaths a tragic start to 2024

Nova Scotia was shaken last week by separate workplace tragedies that claimed two lives.
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