The following list contains the password rules for the Claims Online System:
Did you know that you can add additional authorized contacts to your employer account at any time?
When you first registered your employer account with the WCB, the person registering it was automatically listed as your authorized contact. Your authorized contact has access to your WCB information, and can make changes to your account information.
If you are hiring a contractor to do work for your business, it is your responsibility as an employer to make sure that the contractor has WCB coverage – either classified under their own business or under yours.
If you are hiring out-of-province workers to complete a job located in Manitoba, you need to make sure that they have WCB coverage.
You are responsible for ensuring coverage is in place for all your workers and contractors. If your contractors are not registered with the WCB, coverage becomes your responsibility.
Learn more about applying for WCB coverage for out-of-province workers.
Learn more about WCB coverage for contractors.
Whether you are selling a business or closing a WCB account, the steps to do so are similar.
In most cases, when buying a business in Manitoba, that business’ account history with the WCB will also transfer to you. This includes:
You need to advise the WCB when there is a change in the legal structure of your business.
If you change from one of these legal structures to another, you need to notify the WCB:
- sole proprietors
- legal partnerships
Contact the WCB to report a change in legal structure at your business.
In Winnipeg: 204-954-4505