Effective date: August 1, 2002
Application: Applies to all employers based outside of Saskatchewan who carry on or undertake activities in Saskatchewan.
Policy subject: Employer coverage and registration
To establish coverage guidelines for out-of-province employers.
Incidental means out-of-province workers come into Saskatchewan two or less times per year or for a duration of four or less consecutive days.
Principal means any person, association or body that hires a contractor. Principals are considered employers.
Employer means any person, association or body that hires one or more workers on a full-time, part-time, casual, seasonal or contract basis.
Worker is a person who has entered into a contract of or for service, written or oral, expressed or implied, and includes:
Payroll Reporting and Payment of Premiums
(1) February 1, 2021. Definitions updated as per POL 12/2020, Employer Coverage and Registration.
(2) January 1, 2014. References updated in accordance with The Workers’ Compensation Board, 2013 (Bill 58).
(3) December 4, 2000. Effective date of POL 03/2000 changed from February 1, 2000 to January 1, 2001.
(4) POL 03/2000, Incidental Incursions (effective January 1, 2001 to July 31, 2002).
PRO 07/2002 Coverage Within Saskatchewan – Out of Province Employers
POL 12/2020 Employer Coverage and Registration
POL 13/2020 Independent Worker Coverage
POL 14/2014 Coverage – Directors
PRO 12/2019 Default in Assessment Payment
POL 22/2014 Employer Accounts – Clearances and Letters of Good Standing
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