WCB Nova Scotia - Gradual Onset Psychological Injury Information Session

Category: Regular

Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 at 3:00pm - 4:00pm


Starting this month, WCB Nova Scotia is pleased to offer the first in a series of informative webinars, to share more information about gradual onset psychological injury.

Hosted by the WCB’s Director of Psychological Injury Lynette Fenton, the webinar offers an opportunity to learn about;

  • What’s covered under the new legislation, and what isn’t covered.
  • What workers and employers can expect from the WCB’s service for this new type of compensable injury.
  • New service approaches to support timely recovery and return to work.
  • Where to find tools and resources to help create a psychologically safe workplace.
  • Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback through the webinar chat.  

Please note: This webinar is an information session on gradual onset psychological injury. Questions about existing claims will not be addressed during this information session. Please direct any questions about an existing WCB claim to your case worker, or to the WCB's Client Relations Officer for appropriate assistance. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar!

Speakers (1)

FLFenton, Lynette

Director of Psychological InjuryWorkers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia

Lynette has been a part of the WCB for nearly two decades. She began her career at the organization during the implementation of the Chronic Pain legislation, spending four years working with claims in that department. She later transitioned into management, where she had the chance to collaborate with employers and workers across businesses of all sizes. Recently, she has been working with the project team on gradual onset psychological injury. Lynette now holds the role of Director of Psychological Injury at the WCB.

Wed, Mar 27

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT   |    3:00 PM - 4:00 PM AT

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