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Our accomplishments since leaving the employment of the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB):

  • 2002-2003: Architects for refining WSIB's experience rating reform proposals. Based upon the refined proposals we built a comprehensive database and used it to apply the proposed ER reform to all employers over a number of years.
  • 2000: Published a detailed report on the Schedule 2 Funding Strategy and Administration Rates of the WSIB.
  • 1998-2002: Members of the Employer Advisory Group that provided the Board with advice and feedback on revenue related issues.
  • 1995: Analyzed and reported on the NEER experience rating off-balances.
  • 1995: Participated in the establishment of the NEER Consultation Group to facilitate meaningful dialogue between the Ontario WCB and the Employer community regarding the NEER off-balances.
  • 1993: Designed the measurement targets for the Rapid Re-employment. Program developed by the Office of the Employers' Adviser.
  • 1992-1994: Designed and implemented a PC based information warehouse of injury related information for the Workplace Health and Safety Agency.
  • 1991-1992: Designed and implemented a system to analyze benefit payments and support the preparation of monthly and annual financial statements.
  • 1988-1995: Members of the Employer Advisory Group that provided the Board with advice and feedback on revenue related issues.
  • 1987: Engaged in WCB consultations with employers regarding the proposed 1988 assessment rates.

Our twenty-five years of combined experience at the Ontario WSIB, where we worked as a team, include:

  • Overhauling the Ontario liability and assessment rate policies, practices and systems in the late seventies;
  • Extensive annual consultations with employers on proposed assessment rates and assessment policies including province-wide meetings to solicit feedback;
  • Designing, implementing and administering a system to fine tune the grouping of industries into rate groups throughout the eighties, including major reviews for the agricultural and construction industries;
  • Analyzing, refining, marketing and implementing the CAD 7 and NEER experience rating programs in the early eighties;
  • Supporting the development and implementation of a formal funding strategy in the mid eighties; and
  • Pricing and supporting the design of major reforms - 1985's Bill 101 [90% net], 1989's Bill 162 [wage loss].
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