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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 Responders

June 13, 2018

2017 WSIAT Annual Report Now Available

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. 2444 18

Application of the presumption for a firefighter with cancer.

Decision No. 2506 18

Whether a worker who arrived at work early was in the course of employment.

Decision No. 2718 18

Whether and individual was a learner and, thus, a worker within the WSIA.

Decision No. 2809 18

SIEF relief in the case of a worker exposed to vibratory hazards.

Decision No. 925 15

Consideration of entitlement to loss of earnings benefits after termination of employment.

Decision No. 2206 18

Whether a worker was entitled to the older worker option.

Decision No. 3349 17 R

Whether LOE benefits could be offset by the amount of CPP disability benefits after the final LOE review.

Decision No. 2666 18

Whether the Board was limited to one LOE review after a significant deterioration of a worker's condition more than 72 months after an injury.

Decision No. 1315 18

Consideration of surveillance evidence.

Decision No. 437 18

Whether to exclude a person from the hearing during other testimony.

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