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Understanding NEER and Understanding CAD-7 seminars throughout Ontario

Join our WSIB Working Groups for industry specific WSIB help

WSIB Working Group for Ontario Hospitals

WSIB Working Group for Ontario Long Term Care and other Health Care (non-Hospital) providers

WSIB Working Group for Ontario Manufacturing

WSIB Working Group for Ontario Trucking and Transporation Companies

WSIB Working Group for Ontario Long Term Care and other Health Care (non-Hospital) providers

Your team may find joining one of our sector specific LinkedIn WSIB working groups helpful in their skill level and program development. These knowledge groups meet monthly to discuss Best Practices, exchange challenges, success stories and are joined by the WSIB’s Stakeholder team.

2023 Working Group Topics:

FebruaryWSIB 101
MarchTrans/Const – ESC Portal/Accident cost statement
AprilMental Stress Injuries Program – Entitlement
MayMental Stress Injuries Program – Case Management and RTW (include MPR decisions and precautions)
JuneHealth Services presentation – POC, OHAP, Specialty Clinic
AugustUnderstanding MMR/No PI and MMR/PI decisions and employer responsibilities (SRM to deliver)
SeptemberRe-employment and Cooperation
OctoberCompliance – Proactive Audits, Penalties and fraud
NovemberCompass/Digital Services (tentative pending new feature launches and updates)

Please send an e-mail to for your invitation.

Upcoming WSIB Mental Health Education Zoom Webinar Sessions

In many industries, mental health claims have become the number one concern. 

​The WSIB’s Stakeholder team in tandem with their Mental Stress Injuries Program team will be presenting two (one-hour) presentations to your members on managing mental health claims.  These sessions are open to every employer and will allow you to:

  • Better understand the WSIB’s decision making process
  • Develop cost control and accommodation strategies.
  • Ask questions to the Mental Stress Injuries team.
  • Learn from the other members of the group on how they have been able to navigate this process.

Mental health claims are expected to be very costly as the expected time away from work is a minimum of one year.

April 26th/May24th at 11:00

Please send an e-mail to for your invitation.

Rate Framework “Ted Talk” for Finance

The seminar was fantastic the other day, I am so glad that I could attend. Your Team takes a complex subject and makes it seem much less intimidating. There was so much useful information, and tips. Some of which I have already put to use.”
Ontario Hospital Disability Management Specialist