Effective date: January 1, 2009
Application: Interjurisdictional trucking employers and commercial bus operators as per the above noted effective dates.
Policy subject: Employer coverage and registration
To outline the process for interjurisdictional trucking and transport employers participating in the AAP.
Interjurisdictional Agreement on Workers’ Compensation (IJA) means an agreement between Canadian jurisdictions that helps:
Alternative Assessment Procedure for the Interjurisdictional Trucking and Transport Industry (AAP) means an elective assessment procedure under which employers in industries included in the AAP pay premiums for workers to the assessing board in the jurisdiction where the worker resides.
Assessing Board means the workers’ compensation boards or commissions in the jurisdiction that the workers reside and to which the employer pays premiums under the AAP.
Registering Board means the workers’ compensation boards or commissions, other than the Assessing Board, in the jurisdiction that the employer operates or travels through.
01 January 2009 – Saskatchewan participation in AAP
01 January 2014 – Section 12 revisions
01 January 2015 – Inclusion of commercial bus operators
POL 12/2011 Alternative Assessment Procedure for the Interjurisdictional Trucking Industry
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