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The focus of work reintegration (WR) The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) WR program integrates return to work, re-employment, and labour market re-entry (LMR).The “WR goal”is for the workplace parties (WPPs) to return the worker to work that he/she has the skills to perform, that is consistent within his/her functional abilities and that, to the extent possible, restores his/her pre-injury earnings, ideally returning to the pre-injury job.This provides a general overview of these new policies and some guidance and strategies on how employers must now respond to meet their legal obligations.For the most part, the obligations have not changed.The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is an independent trust agency that administers compensation and no-fault insurance for Ontario workplaces.We are committed to delivering what matters to the workers and employers of Ontario: fast, accessible service and fair benefits at a fair price.

But there is no requirement for the injury employer to create a new job.It is clear that the WSIB will no longer accept an employer’s word that there is no suitable work available without now conducting its own investigation into the employer’s claim.Where the worker is functioning and capable of suitable work, the WSIB will now meet with the workplace parties at the worksite no later than twelve weeks after the date of injury if the worker has not yet returned to work.Along with the usual procedures and policies for reporting a workplace accident or illiness as mentioned above, there are further requirements for employers primarily engaged in construction.if a construction worker has been critically injured or killed at their workplace, the employer must immediately report it to an inspector at the Minstry of Labour, and inform the joint health and safety committee or representative, as well as the union, if there is one.Please note that the WSIB does not cover everyone in Ontario.