Incident Reporting

When an employee is injured, the last thing on anyone's mind is paperwork. No one wants to wait and watch the mail for forms that will have to be filled out and sent back in order to get people the compensation they need. But somebody has to provide an incident report...and the sooner that report gets to the WCB, the sooner it can be processed and the sooner we can get an injured worker back to health and work.

So the WCB is making incident reporting easier...by moving it online.

काम पर ज़ख़्मी हो गए ? चित्रलिपि

काम पर ज़ख़्मी हो गए ? चित्रलिपि
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Lesionado no Trabalho? Pictograma

Lesionado no Trabalho? Pictograma
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Napinsalaan sa Trabaho? Pikograpiya

Napinsalaan sa Trabaho? Pikograpiya
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Bạn bị thương tại nơi làm việc? Hình tượng

Bạn bị thương tại nơi làm việc? Hình tượng
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How to File an Employer Claim

When one of your employees is hurt at work, we’re here to help. The process starts when we receive an injury report – whether from you, the injured worker, or their healthcare provider.

 

Report an Injury as Soon as Possible – Within Five Business Days

You must report a workplace injury to the WCB within five business days of:

  • The day of the injury, OR
  • The day you became aware of the injury.

Late reporting could result in a fine.

 

Incident Reporting

When an employee is injured, the last thing on anyone's mind is paperwork. No one wants to wait and watch the mail for forms that will have to be filled out and sent back in order to get people the compensation they need. But somebody has to provide an incident report...and the sooner that report gets to the WCB, the sooner it can be processed and the sooner we can get an injured worker back to health and work.

So the WCB is making incident reporting easier...by moving it online.

Report an Injury

If your employee is hurt at work, we’re here to help. 

Report an Injury as Soon as Possible – Within Five Business Days

If a worker is hurt on the job and they need to get medical attention or take time off to recover, you need to file a report with the WCB as soon as you can. This needs to be within five business days from the date the worker was injured or the day you found out about the injury.

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