WorkSafe BC was established by provincial legislation as an agency with the mandate to oversee a no-fault insurance system for the workplace. Their mission is to prevent workplace injury, illness, and death, and support injured workers through fair compensation and effective rehabilitation.
WCAT is an independent organization where workers or employers can go to if they want to appeal a decision from WorkSafeBC
The British Columbia Employment Standards Tribunal is an administrative tribunal established under the Employment Standards Act. The Tribunal conducts appeals of Determinations issued by the Director of Employment Standards under the Employment Standards Act and under the Temporary Foreign Worker Protection Act. The Tribunal may also reconsider any order or decision it makes.
Hearing appeals of ministry decisions denying social assistance, disability assistance, and child care subsidy.
Administers the Employment Standards Act and Regulations, which set minimum standards of wages and working conditions in most workplaces in B.C.
The Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) is an independent agency mandated under the Public Service Employment Act. The PSC is responsible for ensuring the competence, non-partisanship and representativeness of the public service. It oversees integrity of staffing in the public service and the political impartiality of public servants.
The Labour Relations Board (the Board) is an administrative tribunal whose job is to resolve issues that arise under the Labour Relations Code (the Code). This means it functions like a court, except that its processes are less formal than a court’s would be.
The FPSLREB is an independent quasi-judicial statutory tribunal established by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board Act. The FPSLREB is responsible for administering the collective bargaining and grievance adjudication systems in the federal public service and in Parliament.
CIRB’s job is to resolve workplace disputes and certain appeals that arise under the Canada Labour Code, the Status of the Artist Act and the Wage Earner Protection Program Act.