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Workers' compensation systems are vital for protecting both employees and employers from the financial impacts of workplace accidents and injuries. While the structure and regulation of these systems vary between Canada and the US, the core principles for managing and reducing costs remain consistent. This article explores key strategies employers can use to manage workers' compensation costs effectively.

Overview of Workers' Compensation in Canada and the US
In Canada, workers' compensation is managed provincially, with each province having its own Workers' Compensation Board (WCB). All employers with workers are required to provide compensation coverage. In the United States, the system varies by state, with some states offering statewide programs while most use private insurers/brokers like American Global. Despite these structural differences, both systems rely on similar principles for cost management and risk reduction.

American Global of Canada, ULC
2381 Bristol Circle #C205, Oakville, Ontario L6H 5S9
416-419-6475 | kent.peters@americanglobal.com