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COVID-19 claims data

The following tables show the cumulative number of claims submitted to WorkSafeBC related to a COVID-19 exposure since the beginning of the pandemic. The tables show a point-in–time status of claims as they make their way through the adjudicative process. Please note that WorkSafeBC claims data may differ from COVID-19 data published by the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA). The numbers reported here represent claims submitted by workers for COVID-19 contracted through a work-related exposure, compared with the PHSA's COVID-19 data for the general population.

The data reflects claims registered to June 30, 2022, with claim eligibility decisions as of June 30. These numbers will fluctuate over time, as eligibility decisions and employer information continue to be updated. This information will be updated monthly.

Monthly COVID-19 claims registered

Claims registered in June. 

Monthly COVID-19 claims allowed

Claims allowed in June. 

All COVID claims data by industry


Eligibility Decision


Allowed

Disallowed

No
adjudication
required

Pending

Rejected

Suspended

Total

Total

12,175 1,843 209 580 50 1,189 16,046
Service - Health Care and Social Services 6,659 652 63 221 9 417 8,021
Service - Education 1,928 179 12 141 5 82 2,347
Service – Other subsectors (including business, professional and other services) 460 113 25 18 7 118 741
Self-insured employers 482 81 8 70 5 84 730
Trade - Retail 389 159 34 16 4 99 701
Public Administration 554 68 6 23 2 22 675
Construction 304 70 9 3 4 80 470
Service - Tourism and Hospitality 280 59 9 11 2 87 448
Transportation and Related Services 241 94 9 11 2 53 410
Agriculture 299 33 1 7 340
Manufacturing - Food and Beverage Products 155 31 3 2 16 207
Manufacturing - Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 130 28 6 6 12 182
Manufacturing - Wood and Paper Products 53 19 3 2 19 96
Trade - Wholesale 54 7 6 1 26 94
Oil & Gas or Mineral Resources 70 4 1 1 3 7 86
Manufacturing - Other Products (not elsewhere specified) 50 7 5 62
Forestry 36 6 1 12 4 59
Manufacturing - Petroleum, Coal, Rubber, Plastic, and Chemical Products 23 5 1 4 8 41
Warehousing 1 1
Unknown employer or sector 7 228 13 37 7 43 335

You can also view claims registered in 2020 only.

As of August 20, 2020, Schedule 1 of the Workers Compensation Act provides a presumption that communicable viral pathogens, such as COVID-19, are caused from work, unless proven otherwise. In order for the presumption to apply, the worker must be at a significantly higher risk of exposure than the public at large and the evidence would still have to show that the worker has contracted COVID-19, based on tests or symptom cluster. The Schedule 1 presumption continues to apply, until the order under section 52(2) of the Public Health Act is removed by the provincial health officer.

Claims are first considered under the Schedule 1 presumption and are adjudicated on a case-by-case basis, considering the specific demands of the worker’s job duties to determine whether the risk of exposure to a source or sources of COVID-19 infection is significantly greater than that to the public at large. Although the public at large is considered to be at risk of contracting the current COVID-19 variant with the widespread community transmission of the Omicron variant, there remain situations where workers are still at significantly greater risk than the public at large. WorkSafeBC must determine which job demands/duties would generally place the worker at a significantly greater risk of exposure to a source of COVID-19 than the public at large.

COVID-19 claims are allowed when there is sufficient evidence to establish that the worker has COVID-19 and the risk of contracting the disease in the workplace was significantly higher than the risk to the public at large.

To determine whether the worker contracted COVID-19, our policy guides us to adjudicate claims on the best available evidence. While a positive test is beneficial, it is not a requirement. WorkSafeBC will consider the available evidence, including symptoms and exposure history, and weigh that in light of all of the evidence provided by the worker and employer to determine whether the worker, at least as likely as not, has COVID-19.

Most of the disallowed claims are “exposure only” – that is, the worker was potentially exposed, tested, and/or required to self-isolate, but didn’t actually develop the illness, as confirmed with a negative test result or absence of symptoms.

When the exposure-only claims are excluded from the disallowed claims, the allow rate is approximately 95% (on decisions to February 28, 2022). This better reflects the allow rate on claims where the worker developed COVID-19.

  • In the 5% (on decisions to February 28, 2022) of claims that were disallowed, either COVID-19 was confirmed but there was no exposure in the workplace; or there was not sufficient evidence to establish that the worker had COVID-19 or any disease or condition caused by work.
  • When the exposure-only claims are included in the disallowed claims, the allow rate is approximately 87% of the COVID-19 claims that have proceeded to an allow or disallow decision.

Not all claims registered receive an allow or disallow decision. Some claims are suspended when insufficient information is available, or a worker decides not to proceed with the requirements of the claims process. Suspended claims may proceed at a future point and be allowed or disallowed.

A smaller number of claims are classified as no adjudication required, or rejected. No adjudication required claims may have been filed in error or there was nothing to consider as the worker did not seek medical attention and did not miss any time from work. Rejected claims are those that do not fall within the scope of the Act: either claims from workers employed in industries not covered under the Act or claims from self-employed workers without optional protection.

Pending claims do not yet have sufficient information to make an eligibility decision. These claims could be waiting for test results or other evidence required to make a decision.

Unknown employer or sector means that the employer has not yet been identified or the employer and/or the specific claim have not yet been assigned to an industry classification unit and sector.

Occupation coding may be updated when additional information is available on the claim file. Not all disallowed claims have sufficient information on the claim to code the occupation of the worker; particularly when there is a negative test result and occupational information is not required to make the eligibility decision.

Timeliness to eligibility decision on COVID-19 claims

For the COVID-19 illness claims that have been allowed to date, the average number of days from the date of claim registration to the date of the allow decision was 22 days.

For the COVID-19 illness claims that have been disallowed to date, the average number of days from the date of claim registration to the date of the disallow decision was 26 days.

On average, the number of days to a disallow decision is longer than for allow decisions. The reason for the additional time is to wait at least 14 days from the last potential exposure before disallowing a claim, in the event symptoms present themselves later in the incubation period. This extra time is necessary to confirm the worker did not contract the disease.

Classification units with 5 or more claims registered for COVID-19

Subsectors are further broken down into classification units. The data table above is presented at the industry sector or subsector level and the table below provides additional information for COVID-19 claims registered by classification unit.

Industry classification unit
Industry subsector Claims registered
Long-Term Care Health Care and Social Services 3730
Acute Care Health Care and Social Services 2452
Public School District Education 2306
Community Health Support Services Health Care and Social Services 603
Local Government and Related Operations Public Administration 558
Residential Social Service Facility Health Care and Social Services 487
Supermarket Retail 419
Retirement Home or Seniors' Home (accommodation only) Health Care and Social Services 201
Counselling or Social Services (not elsewhere specified) Health Care and Social Services 190
Commercial Cleaning or Janitorial Services Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 173
General Retail (not elsewhere specified) Retail 173
Restaurant or Other Dining Establishment Tourism and Hospitality 158
Poultry Processing Food and Beverage Products 122
Vegetable Greenhouse Agriculture 117
Daycare Centre, Preschool, or Playschool Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 115
Law Enforcement Public Administration 108
White Mushroom Farming Agriculture 104
Pre-hospital Emergency Health Care Health Care and Social Services 98
Commercial Marine Vessel Manufacture, Service, or Repair Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 92
Commercial Bus, Shuttle Operations, or Public Transit (not elsewhere specified) Transportation and Related Services 91
Earth and Rock Filled Structure Construction Road Construction or Maintenance 90
Courier or Local Delivery Services (not elsewhere specified) Transportation and Related Services 70
Fruit or Vegetable Packing or Packaging Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 63
Industrial, Commercial, Institutional or Highrise Residential General Contracting or Construction General Construction 55
Overnight and Short-term Accommodation (not elsewhere specified) Tourism and Hospitality 53
Tree Planting or Cone Picking Forestry 48
Oil or Gas Pipeline Construction or Repair General Construction 47
Security or Patrol Services Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 47
Large Retail Store (not elsewhere specified) Retail 47
Outdoor Sport Tour Tourism and Hospitality 46
Physician Professional Services Health Care and Social Services 45
General Trucking (not elsewhere specified) Transportation and Related Services 43
Alcohol or Drug Treatment Centre Health Care and Social Services 42
Physiotherapy or Occupational Therapy Health Care and Social Services 40
Life and Job Skills Training Health Care and Social Services 39
Electric or Electronic Product or Component Manufacture (not elsewhere specified) Other Products (not elsewhere specified) 39
Coffee Shops, Ice Cream Parlours, or Other Food Concessions (not elsewhere specified) Tourism and Hospitality 39
Ornamental Nursery or Floral Field Production Agriculture 38
Motion Picture, Commercial, or Television Production Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 38
Plumbing, Heating, Vent, Residential Air Conditioning, or Central Vacuum System Installation or Repair General Construction 37
Open Pit Coal Mining Oil & Gas or Mineral Resources 37
Ferry Service Transportation and Related Services 35
Meat Cutting, Packing, Processing, or Canning Food and Beverage Products 34
Oil or Gas Drilling Oil & Gas or Mineral Resources 33
Auto Dealership or Auto Sales Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 32
Auto Service or Repair Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 32
Poultry Farming and Related Services Agriculture 30
Floral Greenhouse Agriculture 29
Marine Container Terminal Transportation and Related Services 29
Distribution Centre Transportation and Related Services 28
Financial Services (not elsewhere specified) Business Services 25
Advanced Education Education 25
Heavy Equipment, Machinery, or Parts Manufacture or Installation (greater than 500 lb.) Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 24
Ski Hill Tourism and Hospitality 24
Building Management, Building Rental, or Mobile Home Parks and Strata Corporations Tourism and Hospitality 23
Industrial Camp Operations Tourism and Hospitality 23
Food, Beverage, or Tobacco Product Wholesale Wholesale 23
Food Product Manufacture (not elsewhere specified) Food and Beverage Products 21
Supplementary Health Care Health Care and Social Services 21
Pub, Bar, Night Club, or Lounge Tourism and Hospitality 21
Fixed Wing Instrument Flight Rule Operation Transportation and Related Services 21
Call Centre, Telemarketing, or Market Research Business Services 19
Excavation, or Private Landfill or Transfer Station Operation General Construction 19
Wholesale (not elsewhere specified) Wholesale 19
Concrete Reinforcing General Construction 18
Heavy Equipment, Machinery, or Parts Sales, Rental, Service, or Repair (greater than 500 lb) (not elsewhere specified) Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 18
Hiring or Providing Companion Services or Domestic Childcare Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 18
Aircraft Handling or Fueling Transportation and Related Services 18
Specialized Public Transit Services Transportation and Related Services 18
Pulp and Paper Mill Wood and Paper Products 18
Construction Labour Supply or General Labour Supply (not elsewhere specified) General Construction 17
House or Other Wood Frame General Contracting, Construction, or Renovation Work General Construction 17
Structural Concrete Forming General Construction 17
Veneer or Plywood Manufacture Wood and Paper Products 17
Independent or Private Primary or Secondary School Education 16
Electrical Work General Construction 16
Dentistry or Ancillary Dental Services Health Care and Social Services 16
Catering Services (not elsewhere specified) Tourism and Hospitality 16
Welding Services or Ornamental Metal Installation General Construction 15
Religious Organization Health Care and Social Services 14
Short-Term Care Health Care and Social Services 14
Convenience Store, Farm Market, or Specialty Food Store Retail 14
Insurance, Actuarial or Bonding Services Business Services 13
Laboratory Services (not elsewhere specified) Health Care and Social Services 13
Mechanized Tunnel Boring Construction Heavy Construction 13
Helicopter Visual Flight Rule Operation Transportation and Related Services 13
Electric Utilities Utilities 13
Electronic Equipment or Light Equipment, Machinery, or Parts Wholesale (less than 500 lb.) Wholesale 13
Sawmill Wood and Paper Products 13
Concrete Placing, Finishing, Surfacing, or Repair General Construction 12
Drug, Vitamin, or Pharmaceutical Manufacture Petroleum, Coal, Rubber, Plastic, and Chemical Products 12
First Nations Operations Public Administration 12
Hair Cutting, Styling or Esthetic Services Tourism and Hospitality 12
Baked Goods Manufacture Food and Beverage Products 11
Scaffolding, Tent, Staging, or Display Booth Rental and Installation General Construction 11
Open Pit Metal or Mineral Mining Oil & Gas or Mineral Resources 11
Clothing, Linen, or Other Textile Wholesale Wholesale 11
Home Improvement Centre Retail 10
Casino or Other Gaming Operations (not elsewhere specified) Tourism and Hospitality 10
Barge, Tug, or Other Water Transport of Goods (not elsewhere specified) Transportation and Related Services 10
Cardboard or Paper Container Manufacture Wood and Paper Products 10
Elevator or Escalator Manufacture, Installation, Service, or Repair Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 9
Manufacture, or Manufacture and Installation of Metal Products Fabricated from Structural Steel Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 9
Garbage, Debris, Industrial Waste, or Recyclable Material Removal Transportation and Related Services 9
Electrical, Plumbing or Heating Supplies, or Packaged Building Supplies, Hardware, or Other Metal Product Wholesale Wholesale 9
Accounting Business Services 8
Fish Processing, Fish Reduction, or Fish Canning Food and Beverage Products 8
Power Pole, Powerline, or Transmission Line Installation, Service, or Repair General Construction 8
Landscaping, Lawn or Garden Maintenance, or Weed Control Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 8
Butcher Shop Retail 8
Car or Truck Rental Retail 8
Gas Bar or Service Station Retail 8
Medical Supplies Wholesale or Film Distribution Wholesale 8
Fur Bearing Animal Farming Agriculture 7
Drywalling or Acoustic Board Installation General Construction 7
Finishing Carpentry General Construction 7
Ambulance or First Aid Services Health Care and Social Services 7
Machine Shop Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 7
Manufacture, or Manufacture and Installation of Vinyl Framed Windows Other Products (not elsewhere specified) 7
Veterinary Hospital or Veterinary Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 7
Multimedia Services Utilities 7
Orchard Agriculture 6
Custom Brokerage or Freight Forwarding (including handling of goods) Business Services 6
Forest Fire Fighting Forestry 6
Alternative Health Care Health Care and Social Services 6
Fundraising or Charitable Organization Health Care and Social Services 6
Die Casting or Non-Ferrous Foundry Operations Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 6
Metal Product Manufacture (not elsewhere specified) Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 6
Truck Body or Trailer Manufacture Metal and Non-Metallic Mineral Products 6
Acid, Base, Salt, Chemical, or Dye Manufacture (not elsewhere specified) Petroleum, Coal, Rubber, Plastic, and Chemical Products 6
Computer Consulting or Custom Computer Programming Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 6
Consulting Engineering, Geological, Geophysical, or Geochemical Consulting, or Construction Management Consulting Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 6
Field Work Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 6
Highway Maintenance (routine maintenance of all aspects of a specific section of highway) Road Construction or Maintenance 6
Bulk Terminal Transportation and Related Services 6
Paper Product Manufacture (not elsewhere specified) Wood and Paper Products 6
Wooden Furniture Manufacture Wood and Paper Products 6
Woodworking or Carpentry Shop Wood and Paper Products 6
Berry Farming Agriculture 5
Employment or Dating Agency and Related Testing Business Services 5
Law Office, Notary Public, Labour Relations, or Supplementary Legal Services Business Services 5
Manufacture, or Manufacture and Installation of Modular or Prefabricated Buildings (not elsewhere specified) Other Products (not elsewhere specified) 5
Commercial Laundry or Linen, Uniforms, or Diaper Supply Other Services (not elsewhere specified) 5
Travel Agency or Accommodation Registry Tourism and Hospitality 5
Wooden Post or Pole Manufacture Wood and Paper Products 5

Occupations with 5 or more claims that have been registered for COVID-19 and have proceeded to an allow or disallow decision

Of the COVID-19 claims registered, a subset have proceeded to an allow or disallow decision. Claims are allowed when the evidence is sufficient to establish the worker has COVID-19 and the risk in the workplace was significantly higher than the ordinary exposure risk. Claims are typically disallowed because the evidence is insufficient to establish that the worker has COVID-19 disease (based on tests or symptom cluster), and/or the worker went off work strictly as preventative measure.

In order to protect privacy, only occupations with a total claims allowed plus disallowed greater than 5 are listed.

Note that occupation information is lagged, due to the recent increase in COVID-19 claims and operational capacity. Allow and disallow decisions made in June 2022 have not yet been coded with an occupation.

Occupation COVID-19 claims with an
allow or disallow decision
Total - all occupations 14,018
Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates 2,737
Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses 1,327
Elementary school and kindergarten teachers 995
Licensed practical nurses 839
Social and community service workers 576
Firefighters 396
Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants 364
Secondary school teachers 283
Light duty cleaners 261
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations 175
Correctional service officers 167
Other assisting occupations in support of health services 147
Nursery and greenhouse workers 141
Police officers (except commissioned) 116
Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers 105
Cashiers 103
Receptionists 97
Early childhood educators and assistants 96
Harvesting labourers 96
Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers 96
Pursers and flight attendants 88
Retail salespersons 88
Construction trades helpers and labourers 78
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents 73
Paramedical occupations 68
Cooks 67
Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing 66
General farm workers 65
Material handlers 65
Other customer and information services representatives 62
General office support workers 61
Retail and wholesale trade managers 58
Food and beverage servers 56
Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants 56
Heavy equipment operators (except crane) 55
Transport truck drivers 53
Electricians (except industrial and power system) 50
Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers 49
Administrative assistants 48
Security guards and related security service occupations 47
Carpenters 45
Sheriffs and bailiffs 43
Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators 42
Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors 41
Retail sales supervisors 35
Heavy-duty equipment mechanics 33
Managers in social, community and correctional services 33
Shippers and receivers 33
Welders and related machine operators 32
Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors 31
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics 31
Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists 31
Plumbers 29
Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers 28
Delivery and courier service drivers 27
Longshore workers 27
Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers 26
Physiotherapists 25
Educational counsellors 24
Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) 24
Personnel clerks 24
General practitioners and family physicians 23
Managers in health care 23
Testers and graders, food, beverage and associated products processing 22
Occupational therapists 21
Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 21
Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors 20
Social workers 20
Airline ticket and service agents 19
Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations 19
Medical radiation technologists 19
Food service supervisors 18
Industrial electricians 18
Outdoor sport and recreational guides 18
Water transport deck and engine room crew 18
Restaurant and food service managers 17
Administrative officers 16
Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations 16
Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters 16
Dispatchers 15
Pharmacists 15
Railway and motor transport labourers 15
Silviculture and forestry workers 15
Crane operators 14
Family, marriage and other related counsellors 14
Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators 14
Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers 13
School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education 13
Storekeepers and partspersons 13
Deck officers, water transport 12
Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews 11
Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations 11
Residential and commercial installers and servicers 11
Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers - retail and wholesale 10
Chefs 10
Financial auditors and accountants 10
Public works and maintenance labourers 10
Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations 10
Construction managers 9
Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades 9
Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers 9
Facility operation and maintenance managers 9
Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers 9
Railway conductors and brakemen/women 9
Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers 9
Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors 9
Supervisors, food, beverage and associated products processing 9
Accounting and related clerks 8
Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors 8
Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety 8
Mail, postal and related workers 8
Mechanical engineers 8
Production logistics co-ordinators 8
Professional occupations in religion 8
Underground production and development miners 8
Allied primary health practitioners 7
Cleaning supervisors 7
Elevator constructors and mechanics 7
Human resources managers 7
Manufacturing managers 7
Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers 7
Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment 7
Other services supervisors 7
Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c. 7
Painters and decorators (except interior decorators) 7
Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators 7
Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts 7
Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade 7
Accommodation service managers 6
Civil engineering technologists and technicians 6
Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services 6
Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians 6
Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) 6
Financial sales representatives 6
Hairstylists and barbers 6
Inspectors and graders, textile, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing 6
Ironworkers 6
Labourers in fish and seafood processing 6
Labourers in metal fabrication 6
Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers 6
Managers in transportation 6
Massage therapists 6
Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts 6
Paper converting machine operators 6
Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness 6
Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers 6
Senior managers - trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c. 6
Specialist physicians 6
Specialized cleaners 6
Waterworks and gas maintenance workers 6
Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers 5
Audiologists and speech-language pathologists 5
Boilermakers 5
Concrete finishers 5
Construction inspectors 5
Dental assistants 5
Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing 5
Logging and forestry labourers 5
Medical administrative assistants 5
Metalworking and forging machine operators 5
Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport 5
Other administrative services managers 5
Other professional engineers, n.e.c. 5
Payroll clerks 5
Senior managers - construction, transportation, production and utilities 5
Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities 5
Woodworking machine operators 5
Not coded with occupation* 1,561

*Occupation information not submitted or obtained, as not required to make eligibility decision on these claims, or not yet coded with occupation.

Breakdown of allow and disallow decisions for occupations with both 5 or more allowed claims and 5 or more disallowed claims

Claims are allowed when the evidence is sufficient to establish the worker has COVID-19 and the risk in the workplace was significantly higher than the ordinary exposure risk. Claims are typically disallowed because the evidence is insufficient to establish that the worker has COVID-19 disease (based on tests or symptom cluster), and/or the worker went off work strictly as preventative measure.

In order to protect privacy, only occupations with both 5 or more allowed claims and 5 or more disallowed claims are listed.

Note that occupation information is lagged, due to the recent increase in COVID-19 claims and operational capacity. Allow and disallow decisions made in June 2022 have not yet been coded with an occupation.

Occupation COVID-19 claims Allowed COVID-19 claims Disallowed
Total - all occupations 12,175 1,843
Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates 2593 144
Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses 1146 181
Elementary school and kindergarten teachers 948 47
Licensed practical nurses 797 42
Social and community service workers 506 70
Firefighters 365 31
Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants 315 49
Secondary school teachers 258 25
Light duty cleaners 241 20
Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations 149 26
Correctional service officers 142 25
Nursery and greenhouse workers 134 7
Other assisting occupations in support of health services 122 25
Police officers (except commissioned) 100 16
Harvesting labourers 83 13
Receptionists 82 15
Cashiers 81 22
Early childhood educators and assistants 81 15
Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers 79 17
Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers 77 28
Pursers and flight attendants 77 11
Retail salespersons 59 29
Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing 57 9
Construction trades helpers and labourers 56 22
General farm workers 56 9
Cooks 55 12
Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents 53 20
Paramedical occupations 53 15
Material handlers 53 12
Other customer and information services representatives 53 9
Retail and wholesale trade managers 47 11
Heavy equipment operators (except crane) 44 11
General office support workers 42 19
Food and beverage servers 40 16
Transport truck drivers 39 14
Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants 36 20
Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors 36 5
Security guards and related security service occupations 31 16
Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators 28 14
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics 25 6
Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists 23 8
Shippers and receivers 22 11
Sheriffs and bailiffs 20 23
Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers 18 8
Longshore workers 15 12
Retail sales supervisors 14 21
Delivery and courier service drivers 14 13
General practitioners and family physicians 14 9
Medical radiation technologists 6 13
Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews 6 5
Public works and maintenance labourers 5 5