2020 allowed lost-time claims by location

The map below shows the number of Schedule 1 and 2 allowed lost-time claims per 10,000 employees by incident location in 2020. The number of employees used in this calculation is from the Statistics Canada 2011 National Household Survey. The incident location has been mapped to Statistics Canada 2011 Census Divisions for the province of Ontario. The 2020 provincial rate for Ontario is 106.2 allowed lost-time claims for every 10,000 employees.

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2020 claim rate by census division
Schedule 1 and 2

 

Data source: 
Schedule 1 and 2 allowed lost-time claims: WSIB – Data Hub
2011 National Household Survey: Data Tables: Statistics Canada. 2015. Place of Work Status (5), Industry – North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 2007 (102), Sex (3) and Age Groups (11) for the Employed Labour Force Aged 15 Years and Over, in Private Households of Canada, Provinces, Territories and Census Divisions, 2011 National Household Survey. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 99-012-X2011049. Ottawa. Released March 4, 2014.

 

Data maturity: 
Schedule 1 and 2 allowed lost-time claims: 2020 injury/illness year as at March 2021.

Data exclusions: 
Schedule 1 and 2 allowed lost-time claims: allowed lost-time claims where claim location is Unknown, Ontario Navigational Waters and Outside of Ontario Employed Worker Census Count: Employed workers identified as having ‘No Fixed Place of Work’.

Data notations: 
Census Division refers to Statistics Canada Census Divisions for Ontario
Claim rate is defined as the number of lost-time claims per 10,000 employed workers:
(Number of Schedule 1 and 2 allowed lost-time claims/Statistics Canada Employed Worker Census Count) x 10,000.

 

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Data in By the Numbers: 2020 WSIB Statistical Report may not match previously published results. This is due to factors such as data maturity, updated definitions and methodologies, and rounding. Data in By the Numbers is matured three months, with the exception of benefit payments, which represents cash paid during the year, to or on behalf of people injured at work and are not matured three months following year-end. Percentages may not add up due to rounding.