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|Canadian Payroll Reporter|Last Updated: 08/04/2015

WorkSafeNB offers new way to report injuries

SAINT JOHN — Employers in New Brunswick now have two ways to report workplace injuries online to WorkSafeNB.

The workers’ compensation body recently created a new online tool called Electronic Form 67, which allows employers to notify it of work-related accidents and illnesses through its website. For several years, WorkSafeNB has allowed employers to report workplace injuries online using Service New Brunswick’s website.