Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine

Nova Scotians are getting injured are getting injured at work less often, but they are taking longer to return to work when they do get injured. This is the key finding of the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) of Nova Scotia’s Report to the Community for the third 1:45 thousand 18, released on February 25, 2019.

Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine

Increasing Staff to address manpower shortages and enhancing access to health professionals were among the five recommendations and 22 action items that the minister’s expert advisory panel on long-term care delivered on January 15, 2019 to improve the quality of long-term care in Nova Scotia over the next two years.

Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine

Frontline and emergency-response workers and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will have easier access to workers’ compensation benefits starting from October 26, 2018, as changes to the Workers’ Compensation Act introduced last year no longer requires these workers to prove that their PTSD diagnosis is work-related.