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Report shows decline of injury rate in Nova Scotia workplaces, rise in mental trauma

  • The rate of workplace injuries in Nova Scotia has halved in the last 20 years, with a notable decline in 2023.
  • Nova Scotia Workers’ Compensation Board reports a positive trend with a time-loss injury rate dropping to 1.4 injuries per 100 workers in 2023 from 1.54 in 2022.
  • CEO Karen Adams from the Board credits workers and employers for improved safety awareness, as indicated by the decreasing injury rates.
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