If you have workers (Yukon resident or usual place of work is in Yukon) performing work outside Yukon and that work is a continuation of the work they normally perform in Yukon, the workers are covered under the Act for work-related injuries. A worker is considered a resident of Yukon if their usual place of permanent residency is in Yukon. This coverage outside Yukon is limited to a consecutive period of less than 6 consecutive months for work outside Yukon, within Canada.
No application is required if the work falls within this time period.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you also contact the other jurisdiction to confirm legal requirements for registration and working in that jurisdiction.