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.
The board wants to consult on two key benefit improvements that would reduce the financial burden for injured workers and allow them to focus on their recovery: Increasing the percentage paid for loss of earnings benefits from 85% to 90%. Increasing the maximum annual earnings threshold so more workers have their full wages covered.
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.
Public Health and the Government of New Brunswick announced the province is moving to Level 3 of the COVID-19 winter action plan on Friday, January 14 at midnight.
As an employer, you have an important role to play in preventing the spread of COVID-19 and must take every reasonable precaution to keep your workplace healthy and safe.
It’s time to report your annual payroll (Form 100). The filing deadline is Feb. 28, 2022. Please note that due to COVID-19 we are not accepting payments or processing Form 100s at our office locations at this time.