If you have been injured while working, either because of a coworker’s actions or your own, you are entitled to receive benefits from WorkSafeBC. To ensure you receive all healthcare, wage loss, pension and vocational retraining benefits, it is important you do the following: Immediately report your injury to your employer’s First-Aid person. If there is no First-Aid person, report to your immediate supervisor. Write down what happened, where, when, how and who saw it (the witnesses) along with witness contact information. Immediately see your doctor, go to a walk-in clinic or the hospital and report that you were…
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