It’s important workers are aware of the return to work process and that you have modified duties available. By orientating new and existing employees on an annual basis, you can provide evidence to show that they were aware of their: rights, roles, and responsibilities in the event of a workplace accident.
In addition, by informing them of the WCB process, you create a culture that encourages participation which allows you to manage work-related injuries with early and safe return to work. This reduces the impact a claim has on the worker and the company.
One of the ways to prevent a lost time claim/incident (LTI) is to ensure workers are aware of their responsibilities when it comes to WCB and workplace injuries. This orientation is designed for workers to be aware of their rights, roles, and responsibilities as they relate to return to work.
Topics discussed include:
• What is a return-to-work program?
• Duties / Responsibilities of the worker in the event of a workplace injury/illness
• Situational responsibilities
• WCB process and reporting procedure
• Communication as it relates to modified duties and return to work between all parties
WCB Supervisor/Employer Orientation – Roles and Responsibilities
Average Completion Time
Completion times vary depending on the number of times the information is viewed prior to finishing the course. The average completion time is 15 minutes.
Testing is conducted in this online course to reinforce the information presented. You must achieve a passing mark of 80% or greater.
Certificate of Completion
Upon successful completion of this course, a certificate will be available to download and print. You can access your certificate through your online account.