The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) provides benefits and assistance to injured workers, depending on the medical and vocational needs of the situation. The WCB has the right to review compensation payments from time to time. If the review shows a need, benefits can be increased, decreased, held or ended.
Learn more about the benefits and assistance that the WCB may provide.
Following a work injury, you may be eligible to receive earnings loss benefits and other allowances. Read about the current year’s maximum wage rate and how earnings loss benefits are calculated. Learn about earnings loss benefits that may be available to you.Learn more
The WCB pays for medical treatment, hospital care, prescription drugs and medical supplies. Find out who you can see for medical treatment and the forms you need to be reimbursed for medical expenses. Learn what happens if you need an attendant to accompany you to a medical appointment. Find out what expenses the WCB may pay for, including travel and dental expenses, and learn about personal care allowances.Learn more
Find out when payments from the WCB are typically issued, how to read your payment statement and what worker overpayment is.Learn more