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Our annual report

Our annual reports share our performance results and financial highlights for the previous year. Our current annual report, noted below, also includes information about our service plan.

2016 Annual Report and 2017–2019 Service Plan

The financial statements show our performance in several categories:

Watch video: Collaboration Helps Pellet Plant Own Safety, referenced on page 29 of the Annual Report.

Past annual reports

Our goal is to make information about our performance as accessible as possible to those we serve. Our annual reports dating back to 1998, and their supporting documents, can be viewed online.

Detailed calculations
Timeliness of initial short-term disability payments: The 24.9 day timeliness statistic represents 75.6 percent of injured workers who receive payments directly from WorkSafeBC (timeliness of 33.0 days) and 24.4 percent of injured workers who continue to be paid by their employers (‘‘experienced” timeliness of 0 days).

Detailed calculations
Timeliness of initial short-term disability payments: The 24.9 day timeliness statistic represents 75.6 percent of injured workers who receive payments directly from WorkSafeBC (timeliness of 33.0 days) and 24.4 percent of injured workers who continue to be paid by their employers (‘‘experienced” timeliness of 0 days).