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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Injured workers can request help with their WCB claims and appeals through the Office of the Worker's Advocate.
Find information about how to report a workplace incident including injury or fatality and learn how to appeal an occupational health and safety decision or a harassment and discriminatory action.
Information on occupational health and safety investigations, penalties and fines, compliance undertakings, and current and archived prosecution outcomes and statistics.
Prevention is the first line of defence when it comes to workplace safety. Find information on how to prevent workplace injuries, tips on keeping employees safe, and policies on violence and harassment in the workplace.
It is everyone’s responsibility to maintain a healthy and safe workplace. Information for Occupational Health Committees and Occupational Health and Safety Representatives including duties, how to set up a committee, minutes, and information on training.
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