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The Commission provides short-and long-term disability benefits to injured workers or survivor benefits if a worker dies as a result of an injury. Our first priority is to ensure an injured worker receives the care and assistance they need to regain their health and return to work. There are four critical people involved in an injured worker’s recovery and return to work: the worker, the employer, the health care provider(s) and the case manager. We aim to facilitate communication between these four parties in the most efficient and effective way possible.

All the forms and information you need should be available on this web site. If you need further assistance, please call us at:
  • St. John's - 709-778-1000, Toll-free - 1-800-563-9000
  • Grand-Falls-Windsor - 709-489-1600, Toll-free - 1-800-563-3448
  • Corner Brook - 709-637-2700, Toll-free - 1-800-563-2772

If you are a client with a visual impairment we may be able to provide you with documents from this website in an alternate format, such as Braille or large print. Please contact us at general.inquiries@whscc.nl.ca, 778-1000 or toll-free 1-800-563-9000.


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