Watts, Rick

The worker failed to notify to the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba that they had returned to work on August 15, 2018 while in receipt of wage loss benefits contrary to s. 19(4) of The Workers Compensation Act.

Doerksen, Cornelius

The worker failed to notify to the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba that they had returned to work on July 1, 2018 while in receipt of wage loss benefits contrary to s. 19(4) of The Workers Compensation Act.

Rockola, Jaimie

The worker failed to notify to the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba that they had returned to work on March 20, 2019 while in receipt of wage loss benefits contrary to s. 19(4) of The Workers Compensation Act.

Whitebird, Brian

The worker failed to notify the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba that they had returned to work on July 4, 2017 while in receipt of wage loss benefits contrary to s. 19(4) of The Workers Compensation Act.

Recurring Effects of Injuries and Illnesses (Recurrences) Decisions Made Between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2019

Section #: 
44.10.20.70.01
Effective date: 
01/01/2006
Last update: 
01/01/2020

 

Policy Purpose

The date of accident determines which workers compensation legislation applies to a claim. The Workers Compensation Act (the Act) that is in force on the date of accident is the Act that applies to that claim, even if the Act has been repealed. The Act will determine the type and amount of compensation payable to injured workers and their dependants.

Recurring Effects of Injuries and Illnesses (Recurrences) Decisions Post January 1, 2020

Section #: 
44.10.20.70
Effective date: 
01/01/2020
Last update: 
01/01/2020

 

Policy Purpose

The date of accident determines which workers compensation legislation applies to a claim. The Workers Compensation Act (the Act) that is in force on the date of accident is the Act that applies to that claim, even if the Act has been repealed. The Act will determine the type and amount of compensation payable to injured workers and their dependants.

Emerson, Ronald

The worker failed to notify to the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba that they had returned to work on June 17, 2018 while in receipt of wage loss benefits contrary to s. 19(4) of The Workers Compensation Act.

Fair Practices

Fair Practices Office

The Fair Practices Office is an independent office within the workers' compensation system in Manitoba.

The Office acts as an ombudsman for injured workers, their dependents, and employers with the goal of helping them resolve issues they may have with the Workers Compensation Board (WCB), and in doing so, help the WCB improve its quality of service.

The Fair Practices Office has three main purposes:

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