WorkSafe Saskatchewan forms partnership with leading Canadian psychological health expert

WorkSafe Saskatchewan forms partnership with leading Canadian psychological health expert WorkSafe and Dr. Joti Samra to launch psychological resource centre this fall Regina, Sask., June 30, 2020 – Mental health injuries are on the rise across our province and our country. To develop a long-term strategy, which will include resources to assist Saskatchewan employers deal with psychological health issues in the workplace, WorkSafe Saskatchewan has formed a partnership with Dr. Joti Samra, one of Canada’s foremost psychological health and wellness experts. WorkSafe is the workplace injury prevention partnership between the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and the Ministry [...]

2020-06-30T15:38:20-06:00Jun 30, 2020|Comments Off on WorkSafe Saskatchewan forms partnership with leading Canadian psychological health expert

WCB shares financial results during AGM

WCB shares financial results during AGM Sask. workplace injury rate drops from second highest in Canada to fourth among provinces Regina, Sask., June 24, 2020 – At the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)’s annual general meeting (AGM) teleconference today, the WCB shared its 2019 financial and operating results with Saskatchewan workers, employers and partners. “In 2019, the WCB remained fully funded to support our customers, the workers and employers of Saskatchewan. At 115 per cent funded at 2019 year-end, we were able to cover costs of all claims in the system. This upheld the WCB’s commitment to workers [...]

2020-06-24T11:48:56-06:00Jun 24, 2020|Comments Off on WCB shares financial results during AGM

WCB releases 2019 operating results

WCB releases 2019 operating results For the fourth year in a row, 88 per cent of Sask. employers had zero injuries and zero fatalities The WCB remains fully funded at 115.1 per cent Workplace Total injury rate decreases to 4.95 per 100 workers Time Loss injury rate decreases to 1.86 per 100 workers Regina, Sask., June 2, 2020 – The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB)’s 2019 annual report was tabled in the provincial legislature today. The WCB remained fully funded in 2019 with the ability to cover the future costs of all claims in the system. “It continues to [...]

2020-06-02T16:03:39-06:00Jun 2, 2020|Comments Off on WCB releases 2019 operating results