We’re in this together, Alberta. Do you have questions about COVID-19 and WCB? Our COVID-19 information page explains what you can expect from us and what temporary changes to our programs and services mean for you.
The Government of Alberta recently announced premium relief measures for private sector employers. Refund cheques will be issued beginning April 6 to employers who have made payments towards their 2020 premiums. We expect to have all cheques sent out by the end of April. You do not need to call in to request reimbursement. For more information, see our premium relief fact sheet.
When an injury happens at work, we’re here to help every step of the way.
If you’ve been hurt at work, you can report your injury online.
We connect you with the resources and services you need to help you recover.
Occupational Injury Service (OIS) helps injured workers return to work quickly and safely by giving them access to a doctor with experience in work-related injuries.
Together, we will find the right plan to help you achieve your best return-to-work result.
Creating a modified work program before an accident happens helps you support your employees after a workplace injury.
Workers’ compensation coverage protects workers and employers from the impacts of workplace injuries and illnesses.
Our goal in setting annual premium rates is to ensure we collect enough premiums to fund all the claims that arise each year.
We have the information and tools to support you when an injury happens at work.
With the new myWCB app, workers can access their claim information, submit expenses for reimbursement and send claim updates.
Workplace injury and illness can impact people's lives—we're here to help.
Our first batch of procedures is now on our website. It includes the initial entitlement decision, rate setting, opioid management, medical testing and exam referral procedures.
We are a leading provider of rehabilitation and disability management services in Alberta.
Held April 30 - May 3, 2020, 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.
Rest of Canada: 1-800-661-9608
Workers' compensation insurance is like any other insurance—you hope you never need it, but it's there if you do.
Sign up for a WCB-Alberta account.
This section outlines the different types of coverage available and provides detailed information about workers' compensation coverage.
A clearance letter lets you know whether a contractor or subcontractor has their own WCB coverage and if their account is in good standing. You can request a clearance letter online, and you're encouraged to get a clearance letter before you hire someone as well as before releasing payment.
A look at how rates are set and what impacts the annual rate you pay.
You can impact the premium amount you pay. Find out how joining the Partnerships in Injury Reduction program, using Occupational Injury Service, and improving your workplace safety with the help of modified work and your safety association can help reduce your premiums.
There are a number of ways to pay your premiums.
Your annual return is due at the end of February each year and it provides us with important information to make sure you are paying the right premium.
Fairness is an important part of the workers' compensation system, and we have a collaborative review and appeals process in place.
Canada wide: 1-800-661-9608