Consultation on proposed amendments to Part 6 of the OHS Regulation

Our Policy, Regulation and Research Department is requesting feedback on proposed amendments to Part 6, Substance Specific Requirements, sections 6.1–6.2.3, of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. The amendments are related to asbestos certification and licensing.
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Revised / Rescinded Policies

The WCB Board of Directors has recently approved amendments to the following policies:
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Revised WCB Policies

Amendments have been made to the following WCB policies to reflect the recent amendments to the Workers Compensation Act and General Regulations:
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Loi modernisant le régime de santé et de sécurité du travail

Entrée en vigueur des mécanismes de prévention et de participation sur les chantiers de construction : la CNESST est en action Dans la foulée de l’annonce du 31 octobre dernier, la Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) soutient et accomp
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Schedule 2: 2021 actual administration rates

At the beginning of each year, we set a provisional administration rate for Schedule 2 organizations, which we use to determine your monthly administration charges for that year.
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Avis aux employeurs: paiements et rapports de paie

Il est temps de déclarer votre paie annuelle (formulaire 100). La date limite de dépôt est le 28 février 2023. Veuillez noter que nous n’acceptons pas de paiements ni de traitement de formulaires 100 dans nos locaux. Vous pouvez effectuer vos cotisations dans le Service Nouveau-
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Sondage – Partagez vos commentaires sur l’OWC/OEA NS

En tant qu’employé, employeur, leader en matière de sécurité ou employé du système de sécurité au travail de Nova Scotia, nous nous tournons vers vous aujourd’hui pour connaître votre point de vue.
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WCB approves 2023 premium rates

2023 average premium rate remains among lowest in Canada Regina, Sask., Dec. 12, 2022 – The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) has approved the 2023 average employer premium rate of $1.28 per hundred dollars of payroll. This is an increase of 4.1 per cent from the 2022 rat
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Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission Release Assessment Rates for 2023

Yellowknife, NT (November 28, 2022) – The Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (WSCC) announces that the average employer assessment rate is remaining at $2.40 per $100 of assessable payroll, unchanged since 2020.
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WCB Nova Scotia’s CEO Stuart MacLean announces retirement

November 7, 2022 After 36 years, Stuart MacLean is retiring from WCB Nova Scotia. Stuart has served as the organization’s CEO since 2012. In that time, he guided the WCB through a comprehensive modernization and into an era of financial sustainability, and workplace injury has decline
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