WorkSafeNB has a legal obligation to review the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act and its corresponding regulations every five years. This year marks the first review under this obligation.
The lowest injury frequency in 13 years, improved return to work outcomes at both 26 weeks and two years, a decrease in the average assessment rate, and a healthy funding level highlight WorkSafeNB’s 2021 Annual Report, released today.
WorkSafeNB is seeking stakeholder feedback to understand the economic and business impacts of proposed amendments to General Regulation 91-191 under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
WorkSafeNB is pleased to announce a new program to improve care and support for workers with a traumatic psychological injury (TPI).
Disability Awareness Week (DAW) continues the tradition of National Access Awareness Week first established in 1988 to promote better community access for people with disabilities.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Safety and Health (formerly NAOSH) Week.
On April 28 each year, the Day of Mourning, we remember those who have lost their lives on the job.
Threads of Life invites you to participate in the 2022 Atlantic Family Forum