While we all try to establish a new normal at our workplaces, there will certainly be an added layer of health and safety measures (physical distancing, screening, handwashing, etc.) required to ensure the safety of our workers, our customers and our visitors.
Fewer workplace accidents, lower claims costs and a reduction in administration costs have resulted in a reduced assessment rate for 2021
Take Our Kids to Work Day advisory
To recognize outstanding leaders, WorkSafeNB will present the annual Safety Star Awards virtually!
The email and phone scam use the abbreviation WHSCC (Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission).
September is a busy month with students returning to school.
Although wearing a mask is not mandatory in New Brunswick, use of community masks is encouraged by public health. WorkSafeNB has created posters employers can download, print, and post in their workplaces.
2019 was a year of exceptional change at WorkSafeNB as our organization adopted and acted upon the recommendations of the Task Force on WorkSafeNB, as well as those of the Auditor General.
This booklet is designed to offer the guidance that New Brunswick workplaces need to help get business back up and running safely considering the pandemic.
COVID-19 variants also remain a threat. As an employer, you must take every reasonable precaution to keep your workplace healthy and safe.