WorkSafeNB is pleased to share a new online resource for joint health safety committees (JHSCs). JHSCs are a vital tool in creating and maintaining positive, injury-free workplaces in our province.
WorkSafeNB has been alerted to a number of new aggressive or misleading sales tactics from firms advertising specific services and/or directly contacting New Brunswick employers with the suggestion they are non-compliant with provincial Occupational Health and Safety laws.
WorkSafeNB has sold the Workers’ Rehabilitation Centre (WRC) on Westfield Road, in Saint John to the Government of New Brunswick.
No matter which exciting home improvement project you are embarking on, your responsibilities as the property owner extend beyond choosing paint colors and tiles; they also encompass selecting the right contractor and prioritizing safety.
For Kinesiology Week, I was inspired to put together a few tips to help you incorporate more movement into your day. I’m a Rehabilitation Clinical Advisor on the Health Services team at WorkSafeNB, and we’re focused on making New Brunswick the safest place to work.
WorkSafeNB continuously reviews and updates our policies to ensure they are relevant. We welcome and value your feedback in shaping the future of workplace health and safety
WorkSafeNB is pleased to announce the launch of a practical tool designed to assist employers throughout our province in ensuring the knowledge and competency of their supervisors.
Our strategic plan is ending in 2024: How has it been working? Are you happy with our direction? Would you like to see any changes?
With fewer workplace accidents, improved rehabilitation and return-to-work outcomes, and a strong funded position, WorkSafeNB has once again reduced the average annual assessment rate. The organization is pleased to announce that the 2024 rate has been set at $1.18 per $100 of assessable payroll, down from $1.31 in 2023.