Examination of Employer Records

Examination of Employer Records

Assessment premiums paid to the board by registered employers are initially submitted on a self-assessed basis, using estimated payroll data which is subsequently adjusted by the employer when actual annual payrolls are known. In addition, to the self-a

Effective Dates

March 21, 2005 - June 30, 2008

Policy Code

AS-24

General Information

Assessment premiums paid to the board by registered employers are initially submitted on a self-assessed basis, using estimated payroll data which is subsequently adjusted by the employer when actual annual payrolls are known. In addition, to the self-assessed payroll amounts, the applicable assessment rate category(s) used is significantly determined on the basis of the operating information submitted by each employer.

Examinations help the board to ensure that employers are assessed fairly and equitably and that they are meeting the requirements of the Act.

Prevention

Assessment premiums paid to the board by registered employers are initially submitted on a self-assessed basis, using estimated payroll data which is subsequently adjusted by the employer when actual annual payrolls are known. In addition, to the self-assessed payroll amounts, the applicable assessment rate category(s) used is significantly determined on the basis of the operating information submitted by each employer.

Examinations help the board to ensure that employers are assessed fairly and equitably and that they are meeting the requirements of the Act.

Roles and Responsibilities

Assessments

Application

Assessment premiums paid to the board by registered employers are initially submitted on a self-assessed basis, using estimated payroll data which is subsequently adjusted by the employer when actual annual payrolls are known. In addition, to the self-assessed payroll amounts, the applicable assessment rate category(s) used is significantly determined on the basis of the operating information submitted by each employer.

Examinations help the board to ensure that employers are assessed fairly and equitably and that they are meeting the requirements of the Act.

Adjustments

December 31, 1992 - March 21, 2005 | AS-14 | Assessments

Examination

November 16, 1993 - March 21, 2005 | AS-24 | Assessments

The Workers' Compensation Act allows the board to require the production of an employer's books and accounts if the Board feels it is necessary to verify payroll information. An employer may appeal any assessment decision to the Board within 180 days of