The BC Forest Safety Council would like to express its sincere condolences to the families, friends, and co-workers of each and every person affected by the tragic incident in Woss on April 20. read more »
The “Day of Mourning” is a day intended to recognize those who lost their lives as a result of a work-related incident or occupational diseases.
Day of Mourning ceremonies have been held across the country ever since the Canadian Labour Congress initiated a national Day of Mourning ceremony on April 28, 1984 and is now recognized annually around the world in more than 100 countries.
April 28th was chosen because it was on this date in 1914 that the first Workers’ Compensation Act was brought into effect in Canada.
This year ceremonies will be held April 28th to commemorate workers.
YOU are invited to come have a coffee/tea, meet Cherie Whelan, Director SAFE Companies, and provide your feedback on everything to do with SAFE Co read more »
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WorkSafeBC explains how insurance rates are determined: Please see their brochure WorkSafeBC: Understanding insurance rates