What An Employer Should Monitor When An Injury Occurs

If you’ve ever dealt with Workers’ Compensation (WCB) as an employer or a worker, you may be wondering….”how did WCB make THAT decision?

Regardless of the jurisdiction you’re in WCB looks at 3 basic things when considering the acceptance of a WCB claim:

  1. Was the worker in the course of employment?

  2. Was an employment hazard present?

  3. Are the workers symptoms related to what they said happened at work.

As an employer if all 3 of these criteria are met, then your focus should be on managing the claim in a way that gives the worker everything they’re entitled to…in the most cost effective way for you. If however, any one of these 3 things are missing…this is when you would want to look at appealing a WCB claim. Too often employers are making emotional decisions due to a lack of knowledge. The more informed you are the better decisions you’ll make.

If you’re a worker and your claim was denied…chances are it’s because one of these 3 elements were missing.

WCBconsulting.ca was created because there is a need to properly educate employers and workers on the WCB system. To truly help people understand: What WCB does?...Why WCB does it?...and How WCB does it?

If you’ve ever had a question about the WCB system, claims management, or WCB appeals…then WCBconsulting.ca is the place to come to for answers.


Contact Anthony Bukovic, President of WCB Consulting today.


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