Employers' Guide to Ontario Workplace Safety & Insurance

Jamie Knight; Diane Laranja; James Jennings

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This work has been completely updated and revised to reflect the massive changes initiated by Bill 99, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, which replaced the Ontario Workers Compensation Act. The original work was well respected for its insights and practical advice on the management of compensation claims and the appeals system. The revised work continues that tradition. Table of Contents 1 Who are the Players in the Compensation Game? 2 Entitlement to Compensation 3 Treatment of the Injured: First Aid and Accident Prevention 4 Organizing the File from Accident to Appeal 5 The Adjudication of a Claim 6 Re-employment Obligations 7 Rehabilitation 8 The Appeals System 9 Industry Assessments: Financing the System 10 Industry Assessments: Managing Your Account 11 Industry Assessments: Employer Penalty Charges and special Assessments 12 The Second Injury and Enhancement Fund (SIEF) 13 The Right to Sue an Employer: Section 31 Cases Appendices.

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Occupational Safety and Health Law


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