WorkSafeNB is reminding New Brunswickers to safely remove snow from rooftops. Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, employers, contractors, employees and homeowners have obligations to ensure safe work practices when working on roofs.
Did you know repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) are among the most common types of worker injuries?
With New Brunswick’s cold spell, we’re reminding employers and workers to take extra care when working outdoors.
As temperatures drop and snow flies, the number of injuries due to slips, trips and falls increases.
Due to severe weather conditions yesterday, payments for clients are being processed this morning rather than yesterday.
Statement from WorkSafeNB’s President and CEO Douglas Jones regarding the Auditor General’s Audit on WorkSafeNB Phase II – Claims Management
Workers and employers both benefit from today’s proclamation of new legislation impacting New Brunswick’s workers’ compensation system.
We reached out to our team to get their top picks for gift giving this holiday season.
Be sure to review our ladder safety reminders regularly to make sure that you, your employees or coworkers are properly trained on the correct equipment that will reduce the risks associated with ladders.
On behalf of WorkSafeNB’s board of directors, I want to thank the Government of New Brunswick for their prompt and informed action on moving the Ministerial Task Force recommendations forward by introducing this afternoon in the Legislature. This Bill will ensure the sustainability of the workers’ compensation system in our province and align New Brunswick’s legislation with the rest of Canada.