Effective date: April 21, 1999
Last updated: April 21, 1999
Application: Employers in Saskatchewan who assign Saskatchewan workers to perform work in other jurisdictions and to the aforementioned Saskatchewan workers.
Policy subject: Employer coverage and registration
To provide coverage for workers in the course of employment outside of the province or country.
Resident of Saskatchewan: A worker will ordinarily be considered a resident of Saskatchewan when it can be determined that their permanent place of residence is within Saskatchewan or, with submission of reasonable proof, would be within Saskatchewan following the employment contract or work term outside of the province. Examples of information required to prove residency would be, but are not limited to, copies of application for Saskatchewan health coverage, copies of application for Saskatchewan driver’s license, etc.
Usual place of employment in Saskatchewan:
A worker will ordinarily be considered to have their usual place of employment in Saskatchewan if the worker, prior to leaving the province/country:
Continuous period, as referenced in this policy, includes any period of work or paid or unpaid leave of absence, which is not interrupted by a return to Saskatchewan for a period of two months or more.
01 January 2014. References updated in accordance with The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013
POL 48/75 Coverage – Out-of-Province
POL 15/77 Coverage – Out-of-Province
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