We know the decisions we make at the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) affect people's lives, so we do our best to make sure every decision is fair, reasonable and considers all the facts. Even so, there will be times when you may not agree with a decision made by the WCB in a work-related injury claim.
We believe the key to moving forward in these situations is listening and understanding each other’s perspectives. You can always call or talk to us about the injury claim and the decisions we make. We also provide an independent review process on decisions regarding a worker’s claim for entitlement to benefits and compensation. Consider reaching out to the initial WCB decision maker to discuss and better understand the decision before you appeal.
Click a section below to learn more about how to question/review a WCB decision, the decision review process we follow, and how to get support for your request to review a decision.
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You can always contact or call us to talk about your injury claim and our decisions. If you want us to review a WCB decision on your injury claim, we will work with you to help you better understand the decision. There is also a decision review process, if you still disagree after discussing the decision with the initial decision maker.Learn more
We're always available to discuss your questions as an employer in a situation where your worker has submitted an injury claim for WCB benefits or compensation. To help ensure fairness and understanding, we offer support to help employers understand the facts, policies, and legislation we use to make a WCB claim decision.Learn more
Get details on the steps in the appeals process, from the time the WCB receives the appeal to when an appeal decision is made.Learn more