Your premium rates are based on the shared risk of all the businesses that do the same type of work in your class. We also look at your individual claims history compared to the rest of the businesses in your class. The premiums you pay are used to pay benefits to people who are injured or become ill in the workplace. So, preventing injuries and getting injured employees back to work quickly reduces costs for everyone.
Paying premiums is a two-step process
To report your premium and make premium payments log into our online service.
Our online service for premium reporting helps you accurately calculate and report your payroll information. Even if your payroll is zero, you must report.
You can also:
Premiums not reported by the due date will result in a non-compliance charge.
You can pay your premiums:
* There is a 1.75 per cent service charge for using Visa or MasterCard credit, Visa Debit, and Debit MasterCard payments. We do not receive any part of this service fee; it goes directly to our online payment provider, Paymentus. There is no service charge for using Interac Online.
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- Understanding premium rates
- Calculating your premiums
- Premium and payment FAQs
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