Workers’ compensation protects both employers and workers from the results of workplace injuries. No matter who is responsible for a workplace injury, the worker receives benefits and the employer is protected against lawsuits.
Learn who is and who is not automatically covered. Find out about coverage options for those not automatically covered by the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and when to report contractors to the WCB.
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Workers’ compensation protects both employers and workers from the results of workplace injuries. Learn who is automatically covered by workers' compensation and who is not.Learn more
Learn when you can apply for voluntary coverage when operating in an industry not automatically covered by the WCB.Learn more
Learn who can purchase optional personal coverage and for what amount. Optional personal coverage is for proprietors, directors and partners who are not automatically covered under The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 (the Act).Learn more