If you are an employer, injured worker or treatment provider impacted by Alberta’s wildfire evacuations, you may have questions about your coverage or client care. Learn more.
When an injury happens at work, we’re here to help every step of the way.
We connect you with the resources and services you need to help you recover.
Occupational Injury Service (OIS) helps injured workers return to work quickly and safely by giving them access to a doctor with experience in work-related injuries.
Together, we will find the right plan to help you achieve your best return-to-work result.
We’ve moved to an online platform called WCB Job Connections, making the TOJ application process even easier.
Workers’ compensation coverage protects workers and employers from the impacts of workplace injuries and illnesses.
Manage your myWCB account, request clearance letters, pay premiums and more—where and when it's convenient for you.
We have the information and tools to support you when an injury happens at work.
Workplace injury and illness can impact people's lives—we're here to help.
Last year, we found new and creative ways to enhance our services to better support Albertans.
We are a leading provider of rehabilitation and disability management services in Alberta.
If you're unable to return to your pre-accident job, we can help you prepare for a new position.
Rest of Canada: 1-800-661-9608
OIS employer fact sheet
Find out more about the Occupational Injury Service (OIS), the benefits of going to a clinic that focuses on work-related injuries, and how the program can benefit you and your injured workers.
OIS employer sign-up
This is a voluntary program giving injured workers quick access to medical services at specialized clinics throughout the province.
Employer OIS poster
Download and save this poster so you can follow this step-by-guide if someone gets injured at work.
Healthcare provider resourcesOIS clinics are encouraged to display the following waiting room materials to help direct injured workers and employers to complete the satisfaction survey following their visit. This information is used to help us evaluate success and areas of improvement.
For download and print only.
OIS worker satisfaction survey
OIS clinics/healthcare providers are asked to share this survey link with workers via email following an OIS visit.
Interpretation and translation services referral form - C779
Complete this form if a worker needs translation services.
OIS health care provider fact sheet
Everything you need to know about the OIS program.
OIS worker fact sheet
Find out more about the Occupational Injury Service (OIS), the benefits of going to a clinic that focuses on work-related injuries, and how the program can benefit you.
Worker OIS poster
Hang this poster in your workplace to ensure staff know what to do if someone gets hurt at work.
We respectfully acknowledge that we live and work on part of the Treaty 6, 7 and 8 territories—traditional land of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. Their footsteps have marked this land from time immemorial.
Canada wide: 1-800-661-9608