Public hearing on BC's Worker Compensation system moves to Victoria
A public hearing into BC's workers' compensation system moves to Victoria Thursday, July 11.
The sessions are travelling the province seeking feedback on how to improve the system for workers, and how to increase worker and employer confidence.
Retired labour lawyer Janet Patterson is heading up the independent review process.
The hearing runs from noon to 8pm at at Coast Victoria Harbourside. It's open to the public, but presenters must book a time in advance.
Half the presentation times have been reserved for injured workers to ensure their views are heard.
Anyone can make a presentation online or by phone until July 19th.
You can also make a presentation by submitting online at Info@wcbreview.ca You can also fill in a questionnaire online.
Details of the engagement process and a link to the questionnaire can be found here: https://engage.gov.bc.ca/workerscompensationreview/