Students are entitled to lost services if they suffer an injury or illness (paid or unpaid) during an internship, and if that injury or illness causes them to lose time in the service of the job and/or a part-time job that has nothing to do with the placement. The WSIB calculates the loss of services as follows: in the event of a workplace injury or health illness, the student must complete the WSIB Workers` Injury/Illness Report (Form 6). By completing a report on Form 6, the student is entitled to benefits and accepts that his or her physician may provide the placement professional with personal information about the student`s ability to return to work. The student must send a copy of the report to the school principal`s representative, who must send a copy to the ministry. Note that WSIB only delivers benefits for up to two weeks (for example. (B) health care or loss of services) if the student does not submit a report on Form 6. WSIA coverage agreed through the ministry only applies to the times and data listed on the WEA form. In cases where the student and/or employer wishes to change the hours or dates set out in the WEA form, a supplementary note must be added to the form to ensure that the WSIA coverage required for the student is maintained. The mention must be signed by the teacher, the student, the student`s parents (if the student is under 18 years of age) and the placement counsellor. The signed note is required before the student begins the new schedule at the internship. Concerns have been expressed about students participating in internships where they may be exposed to infectious diseases.
These work environments include, among others, hospitals, laboratories, dental practices, ambulance services, veterinary services and nursing homes. These work environments are not consistent when it comes to requiring vaccinations against various diseases. In addition, TB testing requirements for people working in a number of work environments may not be consistent. Parties must complete and sign a training form before the student begins the job training program to ensure that WSIB coverage is provided by the Ministry of Education. The ministry requires headteachers to provide the total number of hours of internships each year from 1st If WSIA coverage is provided by the Ministry of Education, The Ministry of Education provided coverage for students participating in each of the following participants: if WSIA coverage was provided by the ministry, the ministry also requires headteachers to report annually the names of students for whom The Form 7 reports were submitted to the WSIB, as well as data on work-related injuries or illnesses for each student. Purpose of the form: The Ministry of Education offers insurance coverage for safety and security at work (WSIB) for students enrolled in a work program managed by a school authority. This form must be completed and signed by all parties before the internship.