Effective date: February 1, 2018
Application: All claims.
Policy subject: Benefits for Workers - Initial benefits
Establish guidelines around recurrent wage bases.
Recurrence occurs when a worker who stopped work previously and received compensation for earnings loss resulting from a work injury, returns to full employment and becomes disabled again because of the original injury. This does not include new injuries that are the same type of injury or involve the same area of injury.
PRO 18/2017 Wage Base – Recurrence
POL 06/2016 Establishing Initial Wage Base
POL 35/2010 Compensation Rate – Casual and Seasonal Employment (Section 70(4))
POL 08/2007 Compensation Rate – Where No Earnings at Disablement or Death
POL 07/2020 Maximum Wage Rates
PRO 07/2020 Maximum Wage Rates
POL 07/2013 Consumer Price Index (CPI) – Annual Indexing
POL 04/2021 Travel Expenses - General
POL 07/2007 Voluntary Relocation Outside Canada
POL 07/2021 Arising Out of and In the Course of Employment
PRO 02/2016 Injuries – Hernia
POL 05/2020 Annuities
POL 09/2012 Termination – Age 63 and Over, Age 65, and Retirement
POL 21/2013 Appeals – Claims
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