Injury Reporting

When injuries at work happen, it is important to report the incident.

SafeCare BC Resources

Injury Management Program Manual

Whether you are developing or re-evaluating your injury management program, this manual provides a comprehensive overview of injury management (sometimes called Recover at Work, Return to Work, or Claims Management) and includes practical guidance and templates (letters, forms, logs, checklists) that can be tailored to your organization’s injury management program. The tools in this manual are aimed to proactively and effectively provide resources to support workers who have experienced a work-related injury, illness or occupational disease.

Safety Huddle – Reportable Situations

Safety Huddles are a great way to engage staff. These reportable situations outline instructions and guiding questions that support a larger conversation about injury reporting.


WorkSafeBC Resources

Recover at Work Starter Toolkit for Employers

A step-by-step guide that supports an effective, practical and methodical return to work program.

Injury management & work disability prevention

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” this webpage provides additional injury management resources that focus on work disability prevention.

Typical physical limitations for common injuries

This rubric contains a list of typical limitations for common physical injuries.

Injured at Work – Employer Checklist

This sample employer checklist outlines an employer’s immediate and follow-up responsibilities.

Submitting Employer Incident Investigation Reports is available online and can be accessed through the Employer Online Portal under the ‘Report an injury’ tab.

After clicking the Submit Employer Incident Investigation Reports link, an employer will also find the following resources:

Safe Work Responsibilities (for worker, supervisor, employer) posters

These posters can be added to your safety bulletin board as a reminder that everyone has a role to play in creating and maintaining safe working conditions.

Employers Advisors Office

The Employers Advisors Office offers a variety of in-person and remote seminars on occupational health and safety, including claim management courses for compensation, return to work, the review process and appeals. Information on their in-person and e-learning courses can be found here.

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