Workers Compensation Board of Prince Edward Island

Empowering our workforce: the Workers Compensation Board’s 2024-2026 roadmap

March 12, 2024

The Workers Compensation Board (WCB) of PEI has released its 2024-2026 Strategic Plan which focuses on three core areas: its team, the complex and evolving needs of its clients, and business transformation. Developed in consultation with team members and external collaborators, this three-year plan charts a course that acknowledges the challenges that come with navigating an ever-changing environment. For each of the three core areas, the WCB’s plan outlines an overarching goal and associated objectives.


 Our team – the goal is to build a high performing organization with an engaged and supported team.


 Complex and evolving needs of clients – the goal is to provide consistent, fair and comprehensive coverage and compensation.


 Business transformation – the goal is to define and initiate a multi-phased journey to drive business transformation.


“These core areas and overarching goals are the foundation of delivering on our corporate mission,” said Dan Campbell, the WCB’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are in service of the workers and employers of our province. We are here to provide leadership in building safe and healthy workplaces and to support recovery, if an injury occurs. For us to provide this leadership, we need an engaged and supported team, to be nimble as the workforce evolves and to have systems in place to support our clients.”


“This is an exciting new chapter for our organization,” said Jim MacPhee, Chair of the WCB’s Board of Directors. “We extend our heartfelt gratitude to each team member for sharing their talents with our organization and with the workers and employers of our province. Together, we will chart a course towards a future that exemplifies the very best of the WCB.”


 Read the WCB’s 2024-2026 Strategic Plan.


 The WCB serves over 6,600 employers and over 84,000 workers throughout Prince Edward Island. It  partners with employers and workers in building safe and healthy workplaces and supports recovery, if an injury occurs, through the administration of the Workers Compensation Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Serious work-related injuries and explosions must be reported by calling the 24-hour Occupational Health and Safety Emergency Line at 902-628-7513. 




For more information, contact WCB Communications at or 902-388-8671.


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