WCB PEI: Keeping Workers Safe During Storm Clean Up

The Workers Compensation Board (WCB) has practical resources available to keep workers safe as the clean-up from post-tropical storm Fiona continues across the province.
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WSIB doubles rebates in 2023 for smaller businesses investing in health and safety

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is providing smaller businesses with up to 99 full-time employees more time to take advantage of added incentives to make their workplaces safer, while boosting their bottom line.
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WCB PEI: WCB Supports Injured Workers Following Post-Tropical Storm Fiona

In the aftermath of post-tropical storm Fiona, the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) of PEI is connecting directly with injured workers to reassure them that their payments are on the way.
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WCB NS: WCB system access during Hurricane Fiona

Like all Nova Scotians, WCB Nova Scotia is preparing for the impacts of Hurricane Fiona. As we monitor the situation, we would like to share some important information as it relates to our services.
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WorkPlaceNL: 2022 Injured Workers and Employers Client Service Surveys now underway

Throughout September and October, WorkplaceNL will be conducting a client service satisfaction survey in an effort to further improve our program and service delivery.
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WCB NS: Potential Facebook Messenger Scam

We have been made aware of a possible scam on Facebook Messenger targeting Nova Scotians pretending to be from WCB Nova Scotia.
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WorkplaceNL celebrates Move Well – Work Well Week from September 18-24

Over the past five years, musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs), or soft-tissue injuries, have accounted for 69 per cent of WorkplaceNL lost-time injury claims and $103 million in annual claim costs. Musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs) are painful disorders of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, n
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WCB Nova Scotia: 2023 employer assessment rates now available on MyAccount

Today, WCB Nova Scotia announced employer assessment rates for 2023 on MyAccount, the online portal for employers. The average employer assessment rate will remain stable at $2.65 per $100 of payroll in 2023.
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WorkSafeBC warns of the dangers from slips, trips, and falls for workers in restaurants, bars, and pubs

One-quarter of workplace injuries in restaurants, bars, and pubs are from slips, trips, and falls, costing the industry $20 million in claim costs in the last five years. WorkSafeBC is reminding employers and workers about the dangers from slips, trips, and falls in restaurants, bars,
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WorkplaceNL launches Safety Leadership Awards

WorkplaceNL announced its new WorkplaceNL Safety Leadership Awards to recognize employers and workers who demonstrate leadership and a visible commitment to health and safety in workplaces in Newfoundland and Labrador. Nominations are open from August 25 to September 23, 2022.
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