The goal of claims management at the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) is to return the injured worker to meaningful work as soon as it’s medically safe. For this to happen, the worker, the employer, the health-care community and the WCB must work together.
Please note: Conversations with the WCB are summarized and recorded in your file.
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Once you have filed a WCB claim for a work-related injury, find out what to expect during the claims process, including adjudication, customer care facilitator
, vocational and health services.
Your employer has a number of obligations if you are injured at work, such as making sure you get the first aid you need, sending an Employer’s Initial Report of Injury (E1) form to the WCB within five days of being told about your injury and starting to determine if modified duties are available, which suit the restrictions of your injury.Learn more
Learn how the claims process works, the process for claims with no time off work and the
process for short-term versus long-term claims with time off work.