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Proposed amendments to Schedule 2, Non-Traumatic Hearing Loss
Our Policy, Regulation and Research Department is releasing a discussion paper on proposed amendments to Schedule 2, Non-Traumatic Hearing Loss of the Workers Compensation Act
(Act). Two issues are discussed: the first relates to the proposed amendments to Schedule 2, and associated policy in the Rehabilitation Services & Claims Manual
, Volume II (RS&CM), and has 4 options; the second issue relates to separate proposed amendments to policy in the RS&CM to update scientific information regarding hearing loss.
Stakeholders are invited to review the discussion paper and options under consideration, and to provide feedback.
The deadline for comments is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 19, 2022
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Issue 1, Proposed Changes to Schedule 2 of the Act (please indicate the option you support, as set out in the discussion paper):
Issue 2, Proposed Changes to Policy (please indicate the option you support, as set out in the discussion paper):
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