Accountability & Events
How is the WCB held accountable for its decisions?
The WCB is accountable to stakeholders in several ways. The WCB’s events provide an opportunity for stakeholders to meet with key decision makers.
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1. Employer Premium Consultation
We hold Employer information and consultation sessions each year in the fall. Employer groups and associations are invited to discuss our preliminary premium rates for the next year.
2. Compensation Institute
Compensation Institute is unique in Canada. The annual two-day event is free and open to the public. The conference provides tools and tips on how to prevent and manage workplace injuries. It also provides information on claims management and employer services at the WCB.
Compensation Institute 2017 will be held on March 20 and 21 at TCU Place – Saskatoon. We will be celebrating the 20th year of Compensation Institute and we hope to see you there.
3. Annual General Meeting
In the spring of each year, the WCB hosts two annual meetings, one in Regina and one in Saskatoon. The Board and Executive members provide a report on policy decisions, financial operations, and an update on new and continuing initiatives.
The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board held its 2016 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday May 4 in Saskatoon and on Thursday, May 5 in Regina.
4. Committee of Review
The Lieutenant Governor must, by law, appoint a Committee of Review once every four years to review and report on all matters concerning The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 & Regulations and they are applied.
The report of the 2010 Committee of Review was released in June 2011.
Also available is the 2006 Committee of Review Report.