Application for the Alternative Assessment Procedure (AAP) for Interjurisdictional Trucking and Transport.
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
The Psychology Progress Report (PPR) asks for information necessary to help us understand a worker’s recovery, accommodation options and more. This helps us review progress and opportunities for additional support.
The Psychology Discharge Report (PDR) asks for information necessary to close a course of treatment. It helps us understand the outcomes of that treatment and review overall improvement and possible need for additional support.
Form B - if you were ever exposed to noise while working outside of New Brunswick, you must choose the province/territory/state in which you want to apply for compensation. List the other provinces/territories/states where you worked, and then indicate which province/territory/state you choose.
We encourage clients to sign up for direct deposit if they haven’t already done so. Registration is simple and quick.