Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board

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Modernization of the Workers’ Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety Act

What we’ve heard (so far)

Earlier this year, Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board (YWCHSB) launched a public engagement on proposed changes to the Workers’ Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Here you can find a summary of what we’ve heard so far from the public during our engagement: public open houses, outreach events, community External Advisory Group (EAG) sessions and one-to-one meetings with members of the EAG.

Public open houses

From October 2019, to December 2019, we held public open houses across Yukon in which members of the public shared their thoughts on the policy issues YWCHSB has identified. This is what we’ve heard so far

Outreach events

YWCHSB attended various events in Whitehorse, during which members of the public and external stakeholders shared their thoughts on the policy issues YWCHSB have identified. This is what we’ve heard so far

EAG sessions

From October 2019, to December 2019, we held EAG sessions in Whitehorse in which members of the EAG shared their thoughts on the policy issues YWCHSB has identified. This is what we’ve heard so far. 

Community EAG sessions

From November 5, 2019, to December 3, 2019, we held open sessions across Yukon communities in which members of the EAG shared their thoughts on the policy issues YWCHSB has identified. This is what we’ve heard so far