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.
WorkSafeNB has made it easier to report fraud and abuse
WorkSafeNB announces the renewal of three of its Board of Directors
The process to appeal a WorkSafeNB decision is changing
As part of our ongoing commitment to provide you with cost-effective, secure and timely service, we’ll soon provide your 2020 individual assessment rate notices online through MyServices, rather than through mail.
WorkSafeNB seeks feedback from psychologists
WorkSafeNB has announced a 9.4% reduction in the 2020 provisional average assessment rate. The rate is set at $2.40 per $100 of payroll, down from $2.65 in 2019.
WorkSafeNB’s Chief Medical Office calls for proposals to further occupational medicine research in New Brunswick. Priority will be given to topics relevant to occupational medicine and health, such as medicinal cannabis and workplace wellness. Funding is available to support appropriate proposals to a maximum of $10,000.
WorkSafeNB is committed to engaging with you, our stakeholders, whenever we are considering changes to legislation that affects workers and employers. Please take a moment to review our proposed changes and have your say!