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Established in 1985, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) is the final level of appeal to which workers and employers may bring disputes concerning workplace safety and insurance matters in Ontario. WSIAT has always been separate from and independent of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.

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2016 WSIAT Annual Report Now Available NEW

June 12, 2017


Caseload update, July 1 to September 30, 2017, Now Available NEW

November 23, 2017


# Announcements Archive

Highlights of Noteworthy Decisions

Decision No. 1773 17

Determination of suitable and available employment for a worker employed under the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program.

Decision No. 1290 17

Consideration of entitlement for gastro-intestinal cancer under criteria in Board policy and for multiple myeloma under general principles of causation.

Decision No. 2678 17

Consideration of right to sue when previous workplace insurance claim was denied.

Decision No. 2590 17 I

Whether to obtain production of raw test data of a psychologist.

Decision No. 1144 17

Consideration of room and board in determining the earnings basis of a worker.

Decision No. 2480 17

Whether travel allowances paid by an employer should be included in insurable earnings for calculation of employer premiums.

Decision No. 644 14

Consideration of the extent of employment decisions in a mental stress case.

Decision No. 2341 17

Whether offset of LOE benefits by the amount of CPP disability benefits was allowed after 72 months in the circumstances of a significant deterioration that occurred prior to the final LOE review.

Decision No. 2335 17

Whether review of LOE benefits after the final review is allowable based on deterioration of a pre-1998 compensable condition.

Decision No. 2151 17

Determination of non-earning periods that should be excluded from recalculation of the worker's long-term average earnings.

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