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It is the responsibility of the employer to report serious workplace incidents immediately to the Workplace Safety and Health Branch (WSH), as required by Manitoba's Workplace Safety and Health Regulation, Part 2.7.
You can contact WSH 24 hours a day, seven days a week to report a serious incident, injury or fatality:1-855-957-SAFE (7233) (toll-free in Manitoba)204-957-SAFE (7233) (in Winnipeg)Select ‘Option 1’The employer must also ensure that first aid is provided to victims, 911 is called for medical aid and the scene of the incident is secured to preserve evidence.
CLICK here to read the complete summary about reporting serious incidents.
Check out our Shop Talk (coming soon), safe work procedure and bulletin on reporting serious incidents. (Below the FAQs are more resources related to reporting serious incidents.)
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Manitoba's Workplace Safety and Health Act and associated regulations are in place to protect the safety and health of workers in Manitoba. Click on each regulation part to be taken to the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulation to learn more about how it applies to our listed safety topic. You can click on the bookmarks icon to reveal a table of contents that will take you directly to each Part within the document.
SAFE Work Manitoba — a division of the WCB is the public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.
Working with our partners in the safety community, we provide prevention education, safety programming, consulting and strategic direction to create a genuine culture of safety for all Manitobans.