The new Medical Form 8-10 requires physicians to provide functional abillities recommendations. Evidence shows workplace connection is good for mental, physical and emotional health. Even if a worker is able to work one hour per week, there are positive benefits.
Complete this form if an employee experiences a work-related injury or illness. You must submit this to WorkSafeNB within three days of the: date of the accident if the injury or illness may entitle the worker and/or their dependent(s) to wage replacement or medical treatment under New Brunswick’s Workers’ Compensation Act; date the employee is diagnosed with an occupational disease; or date you are notified of the accident/injury or illness by the employee.
Submit this form when applying for WorkSafeNB benefits, such as lost wages and/or medical treatment (physiotherapy, medication, etc.), due to a workplace injury or illness. You must complete this form and send it to WorkSafeNB within one year from the date of the accident/injury or illness.
Application for the Alternative Assessment Procedure (AAP) for Interjurisdictional Trucking and Transport.
Proprietors, partners and spouses of non-incorporated businesses and non-salaried officers of limited or incorporated companies are not automatically covered for compensation purposes under the Workers’ Compensation Act of New Brunswick. To obtain coverage for these individuals, optional personal coverage must be purchased from WorkSafeNB. Please read the Terms and Conditions of Optional Personal Coverage before completing the application.
The pre-printed Form 100 must be completed (even if the employer ceased operating) and returned no later than February 28, 2021. Any Form 100 received after this deadline will be subject to a late filing penalty.
Form to report contractors and subcontractors must be completed and returned no later than February 28, 2021.
The Decision Review Office is here to review WorkSafeNB decisions if you disagree with the original decision. Injured workers, employers or their representatives can request a review. You can request a review by completing the Decision Review form and forwarding it to the Decision Review Office
Medical expense related travel is any visit to a medical professional such as visits to physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors and any other treatment provided to help you recover from your workplace injury.
Non-medical expense related travel may include appointments with WorkSafeNB staff, at the staff members’ request, appointments for vocational testing or training and WCAT hearings.
To help determine whether your computer workstation requires adjustments