Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) is a publicly administered insurance provider that provides compensation and other benefits to workers who become sick or injured because of their job. The WSIB is also mandated to provide compensation to the family members of workers who die because of their job. Workplace insurance is a “no-fault” system based on collective employer liability. That means that injured workers and/or their families receive WSIB compensation in exchange for the right to sue the employer. The WSIB is an agency of the Ontario government responsible for administering the workplace safety and insurance system in accordance with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. The board is responsible for promoting workplace health and safety, helping injured workers return to work and re-enter the labour market and providing compensation and other benefits to injured workers and their survivors.