WorkSafeNB is committed to doing our part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
We understand the widespread and valid concern of New Brunswickers as we face the global pandemic of COVID-19. We all have a role to play in stopping the spread of infection. As a workplace, WorkSafeNB has precautionary measures in place at all our offices and our rehabilitation centre to protect our staff and visitors and ensure the continuity of critical services. We remind employers of their own obligations to do the same and recommend implementing an infection prevention and control plan.
As workplaces try to prevent the spread of COVID-19, employees may find themselves unconventionally working from home.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) information for employers, supervisors and workers.
If you are hurt on the job, we are here to help with your recovery, rehabilitation and safe return to work. We also provide financial benefits to help protect workers and their families from the economic impact of a workplace injury.
Show us how you focus on workplace safety for your chance to win up to $6,000* for you and your school! Young people are three to four times more likely to be hurt on the job within the first six months of employment than the average Canadian worker.
The process to appeal a WorkSafeNB decision has changed
"On behalf of WorkSafeNB’s board of directors, I want to thank the Government of New Brunswick for enacting the legislative amendments introduced by Trevor Holder, Minister of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour in Bills 26 and 27."
Each year, the boards of directors of provincial Crown corporations receive a mandate letter from the Government of New Brunswick outlining specific priorities they expect the organization to focus upon in the upcoming year.
Following a report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and information from the New Brunswick Chief Medical Officer, vaping is no longer recommended.