Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most common permanent work-related disease in Canada. Though hearing loss typically happens gradually, damage is permanent. WorkSafeNB hearing loss questionnaire.
Audiometric testing of a worker’s hearing is important to the success of a hearing conservation program because it helps determine if occupational hearing loss is being prevented by the noise control measures.
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.
Estimate of required dental services to be completed by attending dentist/denturist and forwarded promptly to WorkSafeNB.
This form is used for the reimbursement of items or drugs purchased by an injured worker.
Pharmacies my use this from to direct bill WorkSafeNB for approved personal items purchased by the client for the compensable injury.
Out of Province pharmacies may also use this form for direct billing of approved drugs. They do not have access to e-pay
This guide can help you comply with Section 50.2 of the General Regulation 91-191.
NOTE: Not for use when a safety monitor is part of the fall protection system on a work site.
This report must be submitted within three (3) days after the accident
To avoid any stress related to a possible disruption, we encourage clients to sign up for direct deposit if they haven’t already done so. Registration is simple and quick, and will ensure they receive benefits as soon as they are processed.
Through regular monthly meetings, the JHSC seeks ways to improve health and safety awareness and provides guidance and recommendations on health and safety issues arising in the workplace.
WorkSafeNB uses the Medicare Manual to guide its payment for surgical procedures.