WSIB must now presume that condition is job-related
Robert Berryman, 61, began firefighting career in 1978
The passing of Bill 6, or the Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act, in Alberta’s legislature on December 10 has put an end to the province’s status as the only jurisdiction in Canada that exempted the agricultural sector…
WSIB claimants require a minimum of 15 years of service
Vancouver stadium must comply with outstanding orders by Dec. 28
All injured workers could receive full CPI adjustments in 2018
Board allegedly ignores diagnoses of injured workers’ doctors to cut costs
Brenda Steinnagel seeking more than $3 million in damages
Unionized firms submit more claims but fewer lost-time ones: IWH
Your workplace has a health and safety program in place; the employees are well trained and aware of the hazards in the workplace. With an impressive safety record, employees can be proud of your commitment to safety. But what about the contractors that a company engages?
Agriculture Minister Oneil Carlier: “The time has come to make the change.”
Tour joins the annual Injured Workers’ Day rally
Line between no-time-loss injuries and time-loss injuries becoming blurrier
Province needs safety legislation to prevent injuries, fatalities, says farm union
Advocacy groups send open letter to attorney general
Newfoundland’s Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission announces revisions to safety training
Newfoundland and Labrador police officers currently receive only 80 per cent of pre-injury net earnings, says Service NL
Ontario to pass liability rules on temp agencies
(Canadian OH&S News) — Slightly fewer employers in Nova Scotia — 107, compared to 113 in 2014 — will receive a surcharge next year, the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia (WCB) has announced.
Ontario’s workers’ compensation board is increasingly using covert surveillance to target injured workers with costly claims, legal experts say.