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WorkSafe BC


WorkSafe BC is applicable only n British Columbia, and is a statutory agency that administers claims and promotes prevention for work-related injuries, illnesses, and diseases. WorkSafeBC insurance coverage is a no-fault insurance system that protects both the employers who pay for it and the workers who receive benefits.

Employers who pay WorkSafeBC premiums are protected from lengthy and costly lawsuits. Workers are eligible for compensation benefits if they suffer a work-related injury or disease.

When employing a domestic worker, you are required to register and pay a premium when your part-time caregiver (specifically before or after school care) works more than 15 hours or more per week, and if your full-time caregiver works more than 8 hours per week.

If your part-time or full-time nanny or caregiver works less than those specified hours, you can still register and pay for voluntary coverage.

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