A-3 - Workers’ Compensation Act

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124. The Commission may make regulations
(a)  designating the industries in which employers are required to contribute to the accident fund;
(b)  specifying the criteria according to which a student may be considered to regularly attend a teaching establishment;
(c)  defining, in the case of a dependent person, the expression wholly or partly dependent upon the worker’s income ;
(d)  establishing the deductions for the purpose of computing the weighted net income of the worker and specifying the family situations and the income brackets necessary for such computation;
(e)  determining the cases where a person performing non-remunerated work in an industry may be considered as a worker and specifying the terms and conditions therefor;
(f)  determining the cases or circumstances and the terms and conditions whereby a skilled tradesman is a worker within the meaning of subparagraph i of paragraph q of subsection 1 of section 2 and prescribing the content of the notice that a skilled tradesman must send to the Commission under section 13 and setting out the terms and conditions thereof;
(g)  defining, for the purposes of subsection 4 of section 35, and section 37, the words could have been considered as dependent on the worker had the latter survived ;
(h)  determining the cases where the costs of transportation of the body of a worker may be granted and in what amount;
(i)  determining the cases, the amount and the terms and conditions for the reimbursement of the amounts contemplated in section 42.1;
(j)  specifying, for the purposes of subsection 13 of section 53, the terms and conditions of reimbursement, by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for medical aid;
(k)  determining, for the purposes of paragraph j of section 56.1, the cases where financial assistance is granted to a worker and specifying the amounts and the terms and conditions thereof, and providing for the revalorization of the assistance or of any of the elements used in computing the amount of such assistance;
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  establishing, with a view to evaluating the reduction in a worker’s capacity to work, a scale of anatomical and physiological deficiencies and determining the criteria and methods for evaluating a worker’s fitness to return to the work in the course of which he was injured and for his adaptation to some other appropriate occupation;
(n)  defining the words and expressions: sector of economic activity , class of units and unit ;
(o)  establishing sectors of economic activity, units and classes of units;
(p)  determining the unit or class of units to which an industry belongs;
(q)  determining the cases where an employer may belong to more than one unit;
(r)  establishing a system to review periodically the classification of employers and industries;
(s)  defining the procedure of review of a decision of the Commission dealing with assessment and classification;
(t)  defining, for the purposes of section 104, the meaning of the expression a percentage upon the amount unpaid ;
(u)  defining the content of the notice required under section 108;
(v)  specifying the cases where the Commission may require the periodic medical examination provided for under subsection 4 of section 114;
(w)  requiring that a certificate attesting that a worker is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust;
(x)  (paragraph repealed);
(y)  recognizing an occupational disease other than those listed in Schedule D as a characteristic of certain work or as being directly related to the specific risks of certain work;
(z)  generally prescribing any other measure required for the implementation of this Act.
1978, c. 57, s. 69; 1979, c. 63, s. 269; 1988, c. 66, s. 3; 1991, c. 35, s. 2; 1992, c. 61, s. 34.
124. The Commission may make regulations
(a)  designating the industries in which employers are required to contribute to the accident fund;
(b)  specifying the criteria according to which a student may be considered to regularly attend a teaching establishment;
(c)  defining, in the case of a dependent person, the expression “wholly or partly dependent upon the worker’s income”;
(d)  establishing the deductions for the purpose of computing the weighted net income of the worker and specifying the family situations and the income brackets necessary for such computation;
(e)  determining the cases where a person performing non-remunerated work in an industry may be considered as a worker and specifying the terms and conditions therefor;
(f)  determining the cases or circumstances and the terms and conditions whereby a skilled tradesman is a worker within the meaning of subparagraph i of paragraph q of subsection 1 of section 2 and prescribing the content of the notice that a skilled tradesman must send to the Commission under section 13 and setting out the terms and conditions thereof;
(g)  defining, for the purposes of subsection 4 of section 35, and section 37, the words “could have been considered as dependent on the worker had the latter survived”;
(h)  determining the cases where the costs of transportation of the body of a worker may be granted and in what amount;
(i)  determining the cases, the amount and the terms and conditions for the reimbursement of the amounts contemplated in section 42.1;
(j)  specifying, for the purposes of subsection 13 of section 53, the terms and conditions of reimbursement, by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for medical aid;
(k)  determining, for the purposes of paragraph j of section 56.1, the cases where financial assistance is granted to a worker and specifying the amounts and the terms and conditions thereof, and providing for the revalorization of the assistance or of any of the elements used in computing the amount of such assistance;
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  establishing, with a view to evaluating the reduction in a worker’s capacity to work, a scale of anatomical and physiological deficiencies and determining the criteria and methods for evaluating a worker’s fitness to return to the work in the course of which he was injured and for his adaptation to some other appropriate occupation;
(n)  defining the words and expressions: “sector of economic activity”, “class of units” and “unit”;
(o)  establishing sectors of economic activity, units and classes of units;
(p)  determining the unit or class of units to which an industry belongs;
(q)  determining the cases where an employer may belong to more than one unit;
(r)  establishing a system to review periodically the classification of employers and industries;
(s)  defining the procedure of review of a decision of the Commission dealing with assessment and classification;
(t)  defining, for the purposes of section 104, the meaning of the expression “a percentage upon the amount unpaid”;
(u)  defining the content of the notice required under section 108;
(v)  specifying the cases where the Commission may require the periodic medical examination provided for under subsection 4 of section 114;
(w)  requiring that a certificate attesting that a worker is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust;
(x)  determining, for the purposes of section 119.13, the nature and amount of the costs incurred for penal proceedings;
(y)  recognizing an occupational disease other than those listed in Schedule D as a characteristic of certain work or as being directly related to the specific risks of certain work;
(z)  generally prescribing any other measure required for the implementation of this act.
1978, c. 57, s. 69; 1979, c. 63, s. 269; 1988, c. 66, s. 3; 1991, c. 35, s. 2.
124. The Commission may make regulations
(a)  designating the industries in which employers are required to contribute to the accident fund;
(b)  specifying the criteria according to which a student may be considered to regularly attend a teaching establishment;
(c)  defining, in the case of a dependent person, the expression “wholly or partly dependent upon the worker’s income”;
(d)  establishing the deductions for the purpose of computing the weighted net income of the worker and specifying the family situations and the income brackets necessary for such computation;
(e)  determining the cases where a person performing non-remunerated work in an industry may be considered as a worker and specifying the terms and conditions therefor;
(f)  determining the cases or circumstances and the terms and conditions whereby a skilled tradesman is a worker within the meaning of subparagraph i of paragraph q of subsection 1 of section 2 and prescribing the content of the notice that a skilled tradesman must send to the Commission under section 13 and setting out the terms and conditions thereof;
(g)  defining, for the purposes of subsection 4 of section 35, and section 37, the words “could have been considered as dependent on the worker had the latter survived”;
(h)  determining the cases where the costs of transportation of the body of a worker may be granted and in what amount;
(i)  determining the cases, the amount and the terms and conditions for the reimbursement of the amounts contemplated in section 42.1;
(j)  specifying, for the purposes of subsection 13 of section 53, the terms and conditions of reimbursement, by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for medical aid;
(k)  determining, for the purposes of paragraph j of section 56.1, the cases where financial assistance is granted to a worker and specifying the amounts and the terms and conditions thereof;
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  establishing, with a view to evaluating the reduction in a worker’s capacity to work, a scale of anatomical and physiological deficiencies and determining the criteria and methods for evaluating a worker’s fitness to return to the work in the course of which he was injured and for his adaptation to some other appropriate occupation;
(n)  defining the words and expressions: “sector of economic activity”, “class of units” and “unit”;
(o)  establishing sectors of economic activity, units and classes of units;
(p)  determining the unit or class of units to which an industry belongs;
(q)  determining the cases where an employer may belong to more than one unit;
(r)  establishing a system to review periodically the classification of employers and industries;
(s)  defining the procedure of review of a decision of the Commission dealing with assessment and classification;
(t)  defining, for the purposes of section 104, the meaning of the expression “a percentage upon the amount unpaid”;
(u)  defining the content of the notice required under section 108;
(v)  specifying the cases where the Commission may require the periodic medical examination provided for under subsection 4 of section 114;
(w)  requiring that a certificate attesting that a worker is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust;
(x)  determining, for the purposes of section 119.13, the nature and amount of the costs incurred for penal proceedings;
(y)  recognizing an occupational disease other than those listed in Schedule D as a characteristic of certain work or as being directly related to the specific risks of certain work;
(z)  generally prescribing any other measure required for the implementation of this act.
1978, c. 57, s. 69; 1979, c. 63, s. 269; 1988, c. 66, s. 3.
124. The Commission may make regulations
(a)  designating the industries in which employers are required to contribute to the accident fund;
(b)  specifying the criteria according to which a student may be considered to regularly attend a teaching establishment;
(c)  defining, in the case of a dependent person, the expression “wholly or partly dependent upon the worker’s income”;
(d)  establishing the deductions for the purpose of computing the weighted net income of the worker and specifying the family situations and the income brackets necessary for such computation;
(e)  determining the cases where a person performing non-remunerated work in an industry may be considered as a worker and specifying the terms and conditions therefor;
(f)  determining the cases or circumstances and the terms and conditions whereby a skilled tradesman is a worker within the meaning of subparagraph i of paragraph q of subsection 1 of section 2 and prescribing the content of the notice that a skilled tradesman must send to the Commission under section 13 and setting out the terms and conditions thereof;
(g)  defining, for the purposes of subsection 4 of section 35, and section 37, the words “could have been considered as dependent on the worker had the latter survived”;
(h)  determining the cases where the costs of transportation of the body of a worker may be granted and in what amount;
(i)  determining the cases, the amount and the terms and conditions for the reimbursement of the amounts contemplated in section 42.1;
(j)  specifying, for the purposes of subsection 13 of section 53, the terms and conditions of reimbursement, by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for medical aid;
(k)  determining, for the purposes of paragraph j of section 56.1, the cases where financial assistance is granted to a worker and specifying the amounts and the terms and conditions thereof;
(l)  specifying, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 56.2, the terms and conditions of reimbursement by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for rehabilitation of a worker;
(m)  establishing, with a view to evaluating the reduction in a worker’s capacity to work, a scale of anatomical and physiological deficiencies and determining the criteria and methods for evaluating a worker’s fitness to return to the work in the course of which he was injured and for his adaptation to some other appropriate occupation;
(n)  defining the words and expressions: “sector of economic activity”, “class of units” and “unit”;
(o)  establishing sectors of economic activity, units and classes of units;
(p)  determining the unit or class of units to which an industry belongs;
(q)  determining the cases where an employer may belong to more than one unit;
(r)  establishing a system to review periodically the classification of employers and industries;
(s)  defining the procedure of review of a decision of the Commission dealing with assessment and classification;
(t)  defining, for the purposes of section 104, the meaning of the expression “a percentage upon the amount unpaid”;
(u)  defining the content of the notice required under section 108;
(v)  specifying the cases where the Commission may require the periodic medical examination provided for under subsection 4 of section 114;
(w)  requiring that a certificate attesting that a worker is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust;
(x)  determining, for the purposes of section 119.13, the nature and amount of the costs incurred for penal proceedings;
(y)  recognizing an occupational disease other than those listed in Schedule D as a characteristic of certain work or as being directly related to the specific risks of certain work;
(z)  generally prescribing any other measure required for the implementation of this act.
1978, c. 57, s. 69; 1979, c. 63, s. 269.
124. The Commission may make regulations
(a)  designating the industries in which employers are required to contribute to the accident fund;
(b)  specifying the criteria according to which a student may be considered to regularly attend a teaching establishment;
(c)  defining, in the case of a dependent person, the expression “wholly or partly dependent upon the worker’s income”;
(d)  establishing the deductions for the purpose of computing the weighted net income of the worker and specifying the family situations and the income brackets necessary for such computation;
(e)  determining the cases where a person performing non-remunerated work in an industry may be considered as a worker and specifying the terms and conditions therefor;
(f)  prescribing the content of the notice that must be transmitted to the Commission by a skilled tradesman under section 13 and specify the delays therefor;
(g)  defining, for the purposes of subsection 4 of section 35, and section 37, the words “could have been considered as dependent on the worker had the latter survived”;
(h)  determining the cases where the costs of transportation of the body of a worker may be granted and in what amount;
(i)  determining the cases, the amount and the terms and conditions for the reimbursement of the amounts contemplated in section 42.1;
(j)  specifying, for the purposes of subsection 13 of section 53, the terms and conditions of reimbursement, by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for medical aid;
(k)  determining, for the purposes of paragraph j of section 56.1, the cases where financial assistance is granted to a worker and specifying the amounts and the terms and conditions thereof;
(l)  specifying, for the purposes of the second paragraph of section 56.2, the terms and conditions of reimbursement by an employer listed in Schedule B, of the expenses and disbursements incurred by the Commission for rehabilitation of a worker;
(m)  determining the cases where a party is entitled to the reimbursement of the costs incurred for an investigation or a hearing held by the Commission or by a review board, specifying the nature and establishing the amounts thereof;
(n)  defining the words and expressions: “sector of economic activity”, “class of units” and “unit”;
(o)  establishing sectors of economic activity, units and classes of units;
(p)  determining the unit or class of units to which an industry belongs;
(q)  determining the cases where an employer may belong to more than one unit;
(r)  establishing a system to review periodically the classification of employers and industries;
(s)  defining the procedure of review of a decision of the Commission dealing with assessment and classification;
(t)  defining, for the purposes of section 104, the meaning of the expression “a percentage upon the amount unpaid”;
(u)  defining the content of the notice required under section 108;
(v)  specifying the cases where the Commission may require the periodic medical examination provided for under subsection 4 of section 114;
(w)  requiring that a certificate attesting that a worker is fit to hold an employment that may expose him to the inhalation of siliceous dust;
(x)  determining, for the purposes of section 119.13, the nature and amount of the costs incurred for penal proceedings;
(y)  recognizing an occupational disease other than those listed in Schedule D as a characteristic of certain work or as being directly related to the specific risks of certain work;
(z)  generally prescribing any other measure required for the implementation of this act.
1978, c. 57, s. 69.