Ontario WSIB has you covered during COVID-19 pandemic
Options for manufacturers dealing with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board during the crisis.
WSIB’s new model for rates that makes planning easier
Ontario manufacturers to make the transition in 2020.
IIoT offers benefits, but be prepared to manage the risks
It will open networks to vulnerabilities that must be addressed.
Sony quarterly profit rises on games, financial services
In recent quarters, Sony’s PlayStation 4 video game operations, especially software sales, have been doing well.
Workers have rights: reducing risks posed by potential liabilities
Focus on human resources backed up with employment practices and liability insurance.
When disaster strikes…top up your D&O liability coverage
Company directors and officers sometimes find their personal assets are at risk when D&O coverage protecting the company run out.
Oil sands companies won’t make insurance claims from Fort McMurray fires
An estimated 30 million barrel of production worth up to $1.6 billion was lost due to the fire in May.
Anti truck cargo theft program expands to the West
Insurance Bureau says theft is costing the Canadian economy about $5 billion each year
Inefficient drug coverage costs billions of dollars
Canadian employers waste $5 billion a year.
EDC launches new online credit insurance
Trade Protect allows small companies to insure their foreign sales in minutes.
Government raising nuclear operators’ civilian liability to $1B
Bill will conform to an international nuclear accord on supplementary compensation.
Federal subsidies distributed unequally among provinces: Fraser Institute
Quebec, Atlantic provinces disproportionally benefit from hidden equalization
EU to propose mandatory nuclear power plant disaster insurance plan
The world’s nuclear power plants have hardly any coverage.
Federal government raises nuclear liability cap to $1B from $75M
Legislation, to be introduced in the fall, will update the four-decade-old limit for civil damages in the event of a nuclear accident.
Flaherty: no job is a bad job
Harper’s conservatives are about to get much tougher on Canadians who refuse jobs.