Day of Mourning is April 28.


We come together to honour the 166 men and women Alberta lost to workplace injury or illness last year.

Day of Mourning is April 28.


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News and announcements

Legislative changes effective April 1

April 3, 2018

Enhanced coverage is available for injured workers diagnosed with psychological injuries following a traumatic event at work. April 1 legislation also includes additional occupations for presumptive PTSD and cardiac coverage. Learn more.

Policy updates

March 6, 2018

We've made amendments to several policies as a result of legislative changes. You can review recent updates in our Policies and Information Manual.

Prolonged exposure therapy workshop

Held June 7 - 10, 2018, in Edmonton, Dr. Elna Yadin from the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety provides thorough instruction on how to implement prolonged exposure therapy for survivors of trauma.

"I still can't believe he's gone …"

On April 28, the International Day of Mourning, join us in honouring those who were killed, injured or disabled on the job.

Stepping into a new life

Amputee Steve Ziehr has undergone a personal and professional transformation.


McDonald's owners say the golden rule when it comes to safety is to put your people first.

McDonald's owners say the golden rule when it comes to safety is to put your people first.


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