Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board

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What are benefits?

You, or a loved one have been injured and are wondering how we're going to take care of you.

Well, we will strive to do it well.

We operate under a dual-award system.

An injured worker can receive loss of earnings benefits and/or a permanent impairment award.

They also get health-care treatment.

And dependents of workers who die on the job are entitled to some benefits.

Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system. Blame has no place here.
A worker responsible for the injury is eligible for compensation, unless the injury is deliberately self inflicted.

After being injured, workers must actively seek to recover their health.