We encourage and support the development and use of the best scientific evidence on a broad range of workplace health and safety and workers’ compensation topics. We offer funding through four specialized streams.
Research Services funding streams:
- Innovation at Work: Supporting small-scale research projects that can have big impact in workplace health and safety
- Systematic Reviews: Supporting studies that identify, synthesize, and assess existing scientific knowledge to address critical issues in policy and practice
- Research Training Awards: Supporting highly qualified graduate students in B.C. whose research is focused on occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation
- Specific Priorities Research Grants: Supporting research that addresses key questions in policy and practice for WorkSafeBC
Upcoming funding opportunities:
The Request for Proposals for the 2018 Innovation at Work competition will be launched on November 3, 2017.