Travail sécuritaire NB : Élimination de la période d’attente non payée

Nous sommes heureux d’annoncer l’élimination de la période d’attente de trois jours non payée pour les travailleurs blessés et malades au Nouveau-Brunswick.
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WorkSafeBC advising employers to consider workplace closures during heat wave

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With extreme temperatures in many parts of British Columbia, WorkSafeBC is advising employers to consider closing down their workplaces if workers cannot be protected from the risk of heat stress. “All workers are potentially at risk,” said Al Johnson, Head of Prevention Services at W
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WorkSafeBC issues guidance for employers on the transition to communicable disease prevention

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A careful and gradual move away from COVID-19 safety plans will begin once the Province moves to Step 3 of the BC Restart Plan WorkSafeBC has released new information and guidance for employers on the transition from COVID-19 safety plans to communicable disease prevention. The transi
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Optimism, opportunity define WCB Nova Scotia’s 2021-2023 Strategic Priorities

WCB Nova Scotia’s 2021-2023 Strategic Priorities chart a course for new possibility and opportunity, with a clear focus on return to work and coming financial sustainability.
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WCB Nova Scotia: Virtual PMIs now available for straightforward assessments

  Nova Scotians injured on the job that have been waiting for a Permanent Medical Impairment (PMI) assessment in Halifax or Sydney may have the option of seeing a PMI doctor sooner from the comfort of their home with the introduction of virtual PMI assessments.
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WorkSafeBC: High temperatures put workers at risk of heat stress

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WorkSafeBC reminds employers and workers how to stay safe when working outdoors With the heatwave across B.C. expected to last for the next several days, WorkSafeBC is reminding employers and outdoor workers about the risk of developing heat stress. If not recognized and treated early
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Young Manitoba Student Educates Peers on Farm Safety

SAFE Work Manitoba and Manitoba Farm Safety Program are pleased to announce that Kelis Hunter, a 10-year-old student from Virden, Manitoba, has been selected as this year’s winner of the Farm Safety Drawing Contest for her drawing depicting grain safety around the farm.
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Saskatchewan WCB seeking customer feedback

WCB engaging customers for feedback to help improve services In the month of June, 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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Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH) signs new funding agreement with the WCB

New funding agreement strengthens partnership with the WCB. The Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH) is the latest of seven provincial safety associations to sign a new funding agreement with the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB). This agreement
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WCB Manitoba: Mandatory and Optional Coverage

Workers compensation coverage is mandatory for most employers in Manitoba. If you’re in a mandatory industry, everyone who works for your business – with the exception of the sole proprietor, partner or director – is entitled to workers compensation coverage, regardl
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