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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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Expanded List of Occupations, Section 14, PTSD Presumption for First RespondersNEW

June 13, 2018

2017 WSIAT Annual Report Now Available NEW

May 9, 2018

Two Datasets Now Available for Download

March 23, 2018

Appeals of Decisions Reducing NEL Awards due to a Pre-Existing Condition

February 8, 2018

Mental Stress Appeals at the WSIAT

January 18, 2018

# Announcements Archive

Highlights of Noteworthy Decisions

Decision No. 667 13 R

Consideration of the presumption and the weight to be given to expert medical reports.

Decision No. 3833 17

Consideration of the binding nature of a previous Tribunal decision.

Decision No. 123 18

Provisions in Board policy regarding maintaining LOE benefits and paying additional LOE benefits during a temporary work disruption.

Decision No. 1917 17 I

Release of case materials to a Tribunal medical assessor in the absence of consent from the worker.

Decision No. 487 18

Whether to transfer the costs of a claim from an injured worker's employer to another employer.

Decision No. 3836 17

Whether the right of action was taken away regarding a civil claim framed as an action for damages related to wrongful dismissal.

Decision No. 3126 17

Whether mandatory overtime should be included in the worker's short-term and long-term earnings basis.

Decision No. 419 18

Whether the worker had entitlement for out-of-province health care.

Decision No. 342 17

Whether a one-time bonus should be included in calculation of the worker's long-term earnings basis.

Decision No. 1835 15

Referral of a pending mental stress claim back to the Board in accordance with amendments to the WSIA.

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