WCB PEI – Employer Survey Underway

The Workers Compensation Board’s biennial Employer Survey is now underway. The telephone survey is being conducted by an independent research firm, Narrative Research, who will ask our clients about their satisfaction with our programs and services. Participation is entirely voluntary
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21 septembre 2021

21 septembre 2021 Travailleur autonome, mais à quel prix? Journal De Montreal
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WorkPlaceNL: Soft-tissue injuries account for the majority of all workplace lost-time injury claims in the workplace

Over the past five years, musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs), or soft-tissue injuries, have accounted for 68 per cent of WorkplaceNL lost-time injury claims and $96 million in annual claim cost. MSIs such as sprains, strains, and inflammation may be caused or aggravated by work, but can
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Travail sécuritaire NB annonce les taux de cotisation pour 2022

Le taux de cotisation moyen pour 2022 connaîtra une réduction importante grâce à la diminution du nombre d’accidents du travail; à de meilleurs résultats en matière de réadaptation et de retour au travail; ainsi qu’à l’amélioration de la situation financière de Travail sécuritaire NB,
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WorkSafeBC: Inspection reports now available online

WorkSafeBC inspections are an important part of ensuring health and safety in B.C. workplaces. During an inspection, a prevention officer will inspect your workplace and assess safe work practices in accordance with the Workers Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety (
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Accessing WorkSafeBC services and keeping workers safe during the wildfires

B.C. has declared a provincial state of emergency due to wildfires. WorkSafeBC encourages workers and employers to take steps to ensure they are able to continue accessing our services, and stay healthy and safe during this time.
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WorkSafeBC’s preliminary average premium base rate to remain unchanged in 2022

Fifth straight year with flat average base rate, consistent with WorkSafeBC’s goal of keeping rates stable Richmond, B.C. — WorkSafeBC announced today that the preliminary average base rate for 2022 will remain unchanged at 1.55 percent of employers’ assessable payroll. This will be t
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WorkSafeBC: Extensions of coverage for the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction’s work experience programs

On March 30, 2021, WorkSafeBC’s Board of Directors approved amendments to three existing extensions of coverage under section 7(2)(b) of the Workers Compensation Act (Act) for work experience programs administered by the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.
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WorkSafeNB launches fall protection blitz

At WorkSafeNB, we know that falls continue to be a leading cause of serious workplace injuries in New Brunswick. We also know employers care about their employees’ well-being…and so do we.
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WCB Nova Scotia: Safe + Secure: Keeping young workers safe this summer

The latest issue of our Safe + Secure e-newsletter is now available, with a special focus on keeping Nova Scotia’s young workers safe as more of them enter the workforce in the summer months.
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