Learn about our outreach to raise awareness and educate our stakeholders on topics that support our vision of British Columbians free from workplace injury, disease, and death.

Campaign news

  • A journey of growth and learning in WorkSafeBC’s I&T division

    Not having a technical background hasn’t stopped Ariel from thriving in WorkSafeBC’s Innovation and Technology (I&T) division. With leadership’s support and the organization’s investment in building employees’ skill sets, Ariel’s a prime example of how there are endless ways to make an impact in the tech industry.

    Published on: Mar 05, 2024
  • Collaboration and connection make for a meaningful co-op experience

    As co-op students on the Return-to-Work Services (RTWS) team, Simran and Sarah helped workers, employers, and health care providers develop and implement safe return-to-work plans for injured workers.

    Published on: Jul 14, 2023
  • Partners in Care Program: Improving health outcomes for injured workers

    In 2021, WorkSafeBC launched an initiative to foster collaboration between its team of in-house physicians — known as Medical Advisors — and external care providers for injured workers. The Partners in Care Program positions Medical Advisors to serve as key resources and support for community physicians and their patients.

    Published on: Jun 06, 2023
  • Carl Howells shares his Day of Mourning story

    The Day of Mourning is an important day to many – especially our own staff, some of whom began a career in health and safety because they were affected by a workplace incident or death

    Published on: Apr 17, 2023
  • Overview of Bill 41 amendments

    Bill 41, Workers Compensation Amendment Act (No. 2), 2022, received royal assent on November 24, 2022. The new legislation introduced seven amendments to better support workers in British Columbia. Here’s what you need to know.

    Published on: Apr 04, 2023