Introduction to Workplace Safety and Insurance – Claims

February 27, 2024   |  Time: 10:00 am ET
This webinar provides an overview of the criteria the WSIB uses to determine whether an injury, illness, or disease is work-related, your reporting, return to work, re-employment, and cooperation obligations, how to identify suitable and available work to accommodate your injured or ill workers, the WSIB’s role, and the cost relief measures that may be available to some Schedule 1 employers. This is an introductory level presentation that provides Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 employers with a general understanding of how Ontario’s workplace safety and insurance (workers’ compensation) system works.

Introduction to Workplace Safety and Insurance – Employer Accounts

February 22, 2024    |  Time: 10:00 am ET
This webinar reviews the registration requirements for Schedule 1 employers, how your premium rate is determined, which earnings you need to include in your insurable earnings calculation, how to calculate the premium you must report and pay to the WSIB, and the importance of clearance certificates. This is an introductory level presentation directed to Schedule 1 employers who recently registered with the WSIB or who are unsure if they must do so.

New Director

I am delighted to join the Office of the Employer Adviser!   I bring to the role experience in the workplace safety and insurance system from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT), most recently 10 years as Executive Director, and from the Office of the Worker Adviser as Director. I look forward to continuing…

Mental Stress

July 23, 2020 | Time: 10:00 am ET This webinar outlines the legislative modifications that have changed the handling of mental stress claims, and how mental stress entitlement, both traumatic and chronic, is determined by the WSIB.

OEA COVID-19 update

The OEA continues to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our expert staff members are available to assist you with any questions you may have about workplace safety and insurance matters under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997, and/or unlawful reprisal allegations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. As the COVID-19 situation continues to…