WSCC Service Updates

WSCC’s Iqaluit and Yellowknife office are closed to in-person services. WSCC employees continue to work remotely. Call 1 (800) 661-0792 to be directed to a service provider. To report a serious workplace incident, visit WSCC Connect.

Claims Brochures & Guides for Workers

Brochures

Renewable Resource Harvesters are people who hunt, fish, gather, or trap. The Workers’ Safety & Compensation Commission (WSCC) works with the governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut to deliver the Renewable Resource Harvesters’… more

Injured workers don’t always need to wait for full recovery to return to work. Healthcare providers, worker advocates, labour organizations, and the Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) understand that an early and safe return to work… more

Guides

Some work injuries result in a permanent loss of function to areas of the body affected by an injury. This loss of function may continue even after complete and appropriate medical treatment. This is called a permanent medical impairment (PMI).

This handbook provides workers with a general overview on the Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) operations, policies, and the claims process. The handbook is for public education, not for legal use. For inquiries or additional … more