Only record personal information that is relevant to the investigation. Your payroll records for the previous year or quarter. You should keep track of any transaction reference numbers for your records. You can submit full investigation reports in the following ways: If personal information is included, consider removing some or all of it before posting the report in a public place.
Methods of payment You can make your payments in the following ways: By mail Please send your payment stub and write your account number on the front of your cheque.
Online services By signing up for an online services account with WorkSafeBC, you can report payroll and pay premiums online and take advantage of many other account management services.
Employers can choose to document the incident investigation in a format that suits their needs; however, the reports must contain the information required by WorkSafeBC Prevention Policies D and D If you pay at your bank, be sure to send the top portion of the form in the envelope or fax it to us at If you pay by mail, return the entire form, including the payment stub, in the envelope provided with your form.
At your financial institution Please allow five days for processing. You must also provide a copy to your joint health and safety committee or the worker health and safety representative. Incidents requiring an investigation Reports and the reporting process Submitting a report to WorkSafeBC Resources Employers are responsible for immediately conducting an investigation into any incident that involves: Contact us You can also call our Employer Service Centre or return your payroll report and cheque by mail.
Are there any health and safety deficiencies in my management system or processes? Interim corrective actions report The interim corrective actions report should address the findings of your preliminary investigation and describe the recommended steps taken to prevent similar incidents.
We are currently enhancing our online services, using feedback from employers, to make them easier and faster. If you choose to customize any of the report forms, you may add fields but be sure not to delete any. The full investigation report expands on the preliminary investigation report by describing what your investigation has determined to be the cause or causes of the incident.
Preliminary investigation report The preliminary investigation and its accompanying report must be completed within 48 hours of the incident — unless WorkSafeBC grants an extension. The names of workers and active shareholders who have earned more than the maximum assessable earnings for the reporting year the maximum is listed on your form.
See the Assessable earnings guide for more details. Log in or create an account Fast File and Pay Our online Fast File and Pay application enables you to report your payroll and pay your premiums online without having to sign up for an online services account.
You will need to submit a copy to WorkSafeBC within 30 days. These investigations help employers and WorkSafeBC determine why an incident happened and what can be done to prevent similar situations in the future. This report outlines the facts of the incident, including the names of injured workers and witnesses.
What factors made the unsafe conditions, act, or procedures possible? The total payments to contractors and unregistered subcontractors in the previous year or quarter.
We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Full investigation report The full investigation and accompanying report must be completed and submitted to WorkSafeBC within 30 days of the incident. This will ensure reports comply with sections 2 a and 2 a of the Workers Compensation Act.
Those conducting the investigation must be knowledgeable about the type of work involved at the time of the incident. You may need to update the section on the unsafe conditions, acts, or procedures that led to the incident in other words, the underlying factorsas well as your recommended corrective actions.
An employer and a worker representative must participate, if or as they are available.Final report The review panel concluded its work and submitted its final report in July Thanks to everyone who participated in the review and submitted feedback on the WCB Review Panel’s final report.
Conducting an employer investigation. Employers are responsible for investigating certain incidents or near-misses that take place in the workplace and submitting an investigation report to WorkSafeBC. The CRU conducted a routine compliance review of Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) personnel practices in the areas of examinations, appointments, EEO, and PSC’s from compliance review period or prior to the completion of the final compliance review report, the SPB will not audit the contract.
Instead, the SPB will review the contract. Report payroll & pay premiums. As an employer, your responsibilities include reporting your payroll and paying your premiums; even if you have zero payroll or owe zero premiums, you must still report your payroll.
WCB’s employee’s employment and pay history, state service records, and leavewhich is attached to this final compliance review report.
FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Appointments In all cases not excepted or exempted by Article VII of the California Constitution, the. Report of the Workers’ Compensation Board for the year ending December 31, Respectfully submitted, The Honourable Donald Morgan, Q.C.
Minister Responsible for the Workers’ Compensation Board Gord Dobrowolsky Chairperson Larry Flowers Board Member Garry Hamblin Board Member Letters of Transmittal.Download