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The responsibility for complying with the Workers Compensation Act and WorkSafeBC regulations, and the payment of premiums rests with employers.
Report your payroll, pay your premiums, design a payment plan, and make changes to your firm's contact details, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Are you an accountant or other service provider who submits payroll for clients? With Client Payroll Reporting, you can submit as many reports are you want in a single online session.Payroll reports
Learn how to complete your Employer Payroll and Contract Labour Report and your quarterly Employer Payroll and Payment Form. Print out a copy of your remittance schedule for your records.
Have you received your first WorkSafeBC statement of account? See what you may find on your statement.
Learn more about WorkSafeBC's partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and the introduction of the Single Business Number.
Find out how to report shareholders earnings on your payroll reports.Collections and audits
Find out what to expect during a collection or an audit by WorkSafeBC.Clearance letters
Learn about clearance letters and how they could save an employer or a B.C. resident from having to pay someone else's WorkSafeBC premiums, and how we've made it easier for you to request a letter online.
Has one of your workers filed a claim? Find out how much has been paid towards that claim.
If you disagree with an assessment decision, you have the right to request a review and appeal. Find out how.
If you stop operating your business or cease to employ workers, you can cancel your coverage.