Your front-line partner for the management and administration of claims for occupational injuries and occupational diseases with the Commission for Standards, Equity, Health and Safety at Work (CNESST) as well as before the Administrative Labour Tribunal (TAT).

Workplace compensation is singularly the most significant salary expense an employer faces.

The decision-making process that exists within the C.N.E.S.S.T. and T.A.T. does not always allow the employer to successfully assert his point of view, to manage his claims effectively, to submit a return to work protocol on temporary assignment to his "injured" employee so that he (she) gets back to work more quickly and safely, while reducing system costs.

It is for these reasons, among others, that Consulting Associates WHS inc. (CASST Inc.) comes into play.

Who are we?

Consulting Associates WHS inc. is a provider of management and administration services for occupational injuries and illnesses in the workplace.

C.A.S.S.T. Inc. represents the next generation of managers and administrators of compensation cases for employers following an occupational injury or occupational disease in the workplace.

Our forward-thinking strategic intervention protocols allow us to confront the most complex claims within a reasonable and realistic time frame.

Therefore, at  C.A.S.S.T. Inc. we believe in a pro-active approach between the alleged events and our interventions in order to minimize as much as possible the system costs charged to our customers by the C.N.E.S.S.T.


Take notice that both  Consulting Associates WHS Inc. that its employees are not lawyers or authorized to perform all acts reserved for lawyers who are members in good standing of the  Barreau du Québec; however, by virtue of an exception provided for in section 128.2 a) of the Law on the Bar, we are authorized to plead and act in certain courts provided for in this Law.

We are able to represent your interests before the following bodies:

The C.N.E.S.S.T. at the claim admissibility stage, the follow-up of your file, the rehabilitation; the status of your company in terms of its classification, its annual contribution, allocation decisions, prevention, intervention and inspection protocols; and system costs;

The D.R.A. at the file challenge stage of an administrative decision on the admissibility of a complaint; of a challenge following a decision on an R.R.A .; a challenge to a decision on a cost transfer request; a challenge to all administrative decisions, if applicable;

The T.A.T. at the stage of mediation / conciliation (if possible) and finally, of the debate on the arguments for the issue opposing us to the various parties - the C.N.E.S.S.T. and / or the employer and / or the employee under the Act establishing the Administrative Labor Tribunal, chapter T-15.1 and its Regulations; the Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases, chapter A-3.001 and its Regulations; the Act respecting occupational health and safety, chapter S-2.1 and its Regulations; the Charter of human rights and freedoms, chapter C-12 and its Regulations; the Civil Code of Quebec, chapter CCQ-1991 and its Regulations; the Code of Civil Procedure, chapter C-25.01 and its Regulations.