As a result of recent increases in COVID-19 cases in the province and growing concern over variant strains, WorkSafeNB is reminding employers and employees of their obligations to follow Public Health measures to minimize exposure to COVID-19.
Please note that due to COVID-19 we are not accepting payments or processing Form 100s at our office locations at this time.
WorkSafeNB issues E-News, winter edition
WorkSafeNB has removed a paragraph on page 11 referencing use of thermometers for temperature checks.
As a result of recent increases in COVID-19 cases in the province, WorkSafeNB would like to remind employers and employees of their obligations to follow Public Health measures to minimize exposure to COVID-19.
WorkSafeNB is pleased to announce the 2020 Safety Star recipients.
WorkSafeNB's board of directors has an opening for a vice-chairperson and one worker representative.
WorkSafeNB has updated its Sample Incident Reporting Procedure for New Brunswick workplaces.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions necessary to reduce risk, workplaces will not be the same as we left them and we will need to adjust.
WorkSafeNB is pleased to announce a new, improved way for employers to report workplace injuries and illnesses and for workers to apply for workers’ compensation benefits. As part of our long-term plan to transform the client experience, we have made the application for workers’ compensation benefits process simpler and easier. Rather than a joint form, there is now a separate application process for workers and separate reporting process for employers.