Report of Injury or Occupational Disease (Form 7)
Use this form to report an injury to WorkSafeBC.
To comply with legislative requirements, complete the Employer's Report of Injury or Occupational Disease (Form 7) specific to your ministry/branch within three business days of the injury's occurrence or within three business days of when you first became aware of the injury.
Complete this form if the employee loses time from work or seeks medical attention. If the employee doesn't seek medical attention and doesn't lose time, a Form 7 doesn't need to be submitted. However, supervisors have to record the injury/incident in the event a claim is made at a later date. A Form 7 can be completed and kept on file in the work unit in case the employee incurs time loss or seeks medical attention at a future date.
Download Employer Information and Procedure for WorkSafeBC Claims (PDF, 579KB) for detailed step-by-step direction on how to complete and submit the form.
Pre-filled WorkSafeBC Employer's Report of Injury or Occupational Disease (Form 7) forms are available below. If you can't locate the appropriate pre-filled form for your ministry or agency, contact AskMyHR to speak with an adviser in Workplace Health and Safety.
If there are concerns about the claim and its potential acceptance, or discrepancies, contact AskMyHR to speak with a corporate adviser in Workplace Health and Safety for advice and assistance.
To expedite form processing and to meet legislated deadlines, scan and submit the form through email here, not to WorkSafeBC. We will finish completing the form on your behalf and send it to WorkSafeBC.