Lloydminister Public School Division

(780) 875-5541 Fax: (780) 875-7829

5017 - 46 Street
Lloydminster, Alberta T9V 1R4

Administrative Procedures

Administrative Procedure 436

Support Staff Employee Injury Compensation

Background

Compensation for injury shall be made in accordance with these procedures for employees who are covered by Workers’ Compensation.

This Administrative Procedure is intended to provide eligible employees with pay and/or Workers' Compensation payments on a schedule equal to regular pay periods.  This will eliminate possible inconvenience to employees should Workers' Compensation payments, for which they are eligible, be delayed.

Procedures

  1. This Administrative Procedure applies to all workers who are covered by the Saskatchewan or Alberta Workers' Compensation plan in their respective workplaces, and who are employed with the Lloydminster Public School Division.
  2. When an eligible worker files a claim and qualifies for Workers' Compensation benefits, the Workers' Compensation Lloydminster Public School Division.
  3. Once eligibility for benefits has been established to the satisfaction of the, Superintendent of Education, they will estimate the value of the Workers' Compensation benefits that the injured worker is likely to qualify for within the worker's normal pay period.  On the regular pay day(s) of the worker in question, the Lloydminster Public School Division will deposit in the worker's bank account an amount based on the actual or estimated value of Workers' Compensation payments, plus any regular earnings, if any, due to the worker.
  4. If payment by the Lloydminster Public School Division to the worker is based on estimated Workers' Compensation benefits, the value of subsequent deposits of benefits or wages will be adjusted up or down, in order to reconcile the previously estimated payments, with the value of Workers' Compensation payments actually received.
  5. While receiving Workers' Compensation benefits indirectly, workers are not eligible to accumulate vacation, sick leave, or pension credits.

Reference
Section 85, 87, Education Act, 1995
Saskatchewan Employment Act
Section 25, 26 Labour Standards Regulations
Workers’ Compensation Act

Revised
September 2015
August 2023