“In 2021, our team continued to need to dig deeper, both professionally and personally,” said Cheryl Paynetr, CEO of WCBPEI. “By changing protocols, restrictions, and client needs, it’s much more difficult, but more agile and responsive. Our collective resilience lost one of us at the end of the year. It was tried to deal with our own tragedy. “
“Despite these real challenges, we were able to come together as a team and achieve many achievements under each of the strategic priorities sampled in this report.”
Earlier this year, Saskatchewan reported zero injuries and deaths in 2021 in 90% of workplaces in the state for the second consecutive year.
Meanwhile, according to the Nova Scotia Workers Compensation Commission and the Bureau of Labor Skills Immigration (LSI), Nova Scotia recorded 20 worker deaths in 2021.
Health and social services recorded more than a quarter of all PEI injuries in 2021: Report
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