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…

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Welcome

As previous visitors to our website will notice, we have a new, more colourful look, and we believe a more effective and intuitive site.  Our goal was to make it simpler for users to find the information they need.  We hope you will find it a better experience,  and that you give us your feedback…

Appeals for Construction Employers

Appeals Appealing a WSIB decision Most WSIB decisions can be appealed if you believe they are incorrect, or contrary to the WSIA or WSIB policy. Different levels of appeal There are three levels of appeal. 1. WSIB Operations Level Operating level decisions are made by adjudicators, case managers, Account Specialists, Account Analysts, RTWSs, and others.…

Work Transition for Construction Employers

Work Transition When you can’t bring the injured worker back to work WT services, including assessments and plans, are provided to help the WPPs find suitable and available work with the injury employer, or to help a worker re-enter the labour market in a SO. WT assessments An injured worker will be provided with a…