The Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail
What is the CNESST?
The CNESST is an organization, entrusted by the government, whose mandate is the management of the Quebec health and safety in the work environment, encouraging employers and workers to take charge of the prevention of accidents or illnesses in the workplace. The CNESST is also responsible for the compensation and reimbursement of expenses for maternity safety, work-related injuries or illnesses, temporary reassignments, duties and obligations, while attempting to always promote the employee/employer relationship and the prompt return to a sustainable workplace.
Les Consultants Dynamique at Your Service...
Filing a CNESST claim or attempting to have a claim re-examined can be a daunting task for some. At Les Consultants Dynamique, we take responsibility, with your collaboration, to make sure that your claim is filed as clearly and concisely as possible and if necessary, we work in conjunction with a legal team. It is imperative that the circumstances of the injury or illness be outlined in detail to assist the CNESST in making a proper judgment as to the eligibility of your claim.
Lacking details or unclear descriptions can sometimes be the cause of a claim being refused. This is why, at Les Consultants Dynamique, we tailor your claim to maximize the efficiency of documentation, services. With client authorization we communicate with the agencies and facilitate the exchange of information on behalf of our clients to facilitate the process.
Additionally, we ensure that you have obtained the proper medical attestations from your treating doctor, clearly stating the diagnosis and prognosis. We can also assist you in obtaining a medical consultation or an expert's report (expertise/counter-expertise) from qualified medical professionals, if necessary. Should the need arise, we can assign you legal counsel and work in collaboration with them.
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In the event of an accident or occupational illness, a covered sick or injured employee is entitled to income protection, a safe return to work (if physically and psychologically possible), medical assistance, and rehabilitation.