New Brunswick

New Brunswick’s primary industries encompass forestry, agriculture, aquaculture, and manufacturing. The province’s rich forests support a robust forestry sector, while agricultural activities focus on crops like potatoes and blueberries. Aquaculture, particularly in salmon farming, is a growing industry. Manufacturing spans various sectors, including food processing, shipbuilding, and aerospace. Working conditions in forestry and agriculture often involve seasonal fluctuations and physical demands, while manufacturing provides diverse opportunities in urban centers. The maritime climate also fuels the fishing industry, offering employment in coastal communities.

Important Dates:
Feb. 29 – workers comp 2024 payroll filing deadline.
Apr. 2 – Bill 2 repeal of Beverage Containers Act goes into effect.

OHS Policy Statement (New Brunswick Version)

OHS laws require all companies to have an OHS policy, […]

OHS & Workers’ Comp Workplace Posting Requirements Checklist ? New Brunswick

The duty to post notices, information and other materials at […]

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