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get injured workers back to life.


Every injury is unique. So is every treatment plan.

Every injury is unique. So is every treatment plan.


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News and announcements

Board member vacancies

Nov. 7, 2017

We are currently inviting applications to fill four vacancies on our Board of Directors. You can learn more about the current vacancy opportunities on the Government of Alberta's Public agencies, boards and commissions website.

Employer seminars and workshops

Oct. 31, 2017

We offer a variety of educational workshops and seminars, including how to help you manage your accounts, lower your premiums and learn more about how to help your injured workers with modified duties.

Did we mention they're free? See what dates we still have available.

It's not too late!

There's still time to register in Partnerships in Injury Reduction (PIR). Here's what you need to do:

  • Sign up by Dec. 31.
  • Earn your Certificate of Recognition (COR) in 2018.

You'll then be eligible to receive a PIR rebate for 2017 and 2018. Learn more about the PIR program.

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Prescription opioids can help, but they can cause harm

Our policy on opioid management has been updated to reflect recent changes in the medical community around supporting safe opioid use. Our fact sheet also provides you with further information about coverage for prescription opioids.


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