The flat monthly fee structure at Consulting Associates WHS Inc. takes into consideration the following:

. The workforce of the client.
. The number of unionized and non-unionized workers.
. The classification of the client with the C.N.E.S.S.T. and its premium rates.
. Frequency, historical events/incidents and claims.
. The severity of the events/incidents and occupational injuries.

Consulting Associates WHS Inc. puts in place the following resources to the client’s file at the C.N.E.S.S.T.:

. Our Claims Manager.
. Our Director of Legal Services.
. Our Financial Analyst.
. An experienced paralegal.
. The implementation of our "turnkey" services (no hidden charges).
. Our expertise in claims management, medico-legal issues and financial    analysis.
. Our data collections and reports on demand.

We make sure to provide the C.N.E.S.S.T. with : 

. An update of our medical monitoring of the injured worker.
. A follow-up of our return to work on temporary assignment protocols.
. The information needed to calculate the benefits.
. The calculation for the refund on the first 14 days of the event/employment injury.
. All relevant information according to the incident report, medical monitoring, treatment protocols and rehabilitation, the pharmacological profile of the worker, medical counter-expertise if necessary. 

 Managing workplace - medical options :

. A realistic medical diagnosis accompanied by a treatment protocol can accelerate recovery of a worker with minimal loss time while reducing system costs and the employer’s imputation vis-à-vis each of his reported injuries.
. Our team of experts on return to work (R.T.W.) will accompany your worker in fast and safe R.T.W. process. Our team will develop a personalized R.T.W. protocol by adopting a pro-active approach with the worker while working with his treating physician.
. Depending on the physical and psychological condition of your injured worker, our team will propose a R.T.W. plan that respects its integrity, ability and physical capacity. This R.T.W. protocol will better manage the problem and ultimately reduce your system costs and imputation associated with your file.
. We will identify, recommend and coordinate options in confronting, if necessary, the Dx (diagnosis) and Tx (treatment) prescribed, with emphasis on the worker's recovery and ability to return to work quickly and safely.

Different medical options available, modeling modified temporary assignment and R
.T.W. protocols tasks are the cornerstones of our management philosophy for all occupational injuries in the workplace.

 This is what we call at Consulting Associates SST Inc.: "Integrated Management Program (IMP)".


. Our consulting team will work with you in order to apply the highest level of legal analysis of your claims on occupational injuries. Our team will review all relevant decisions in our databases, allowing us immediate reaction time on the strategy to be used, the effort required, especially determining the system costs and the imputation related to each case.
. All new lesions in the workplace will be discussed and concerns will be forwarded to the attention of the officers of the various departments of the C.N.E.S.S.T. - admissibility/eligibility, medical monitoring, B.M., B.E.M., rehabilitation, and functional limitation (L.F., long-term permanent and personal disability (A.P.I.P.P.), financing.
. Our team will develop strategies and undertake a review of complex issues in the appeal process at the D.R.A. level and before the T.A.T. It will not be necessary for you to contact the appointed C.N.E.S.S.T. agents on your files. We will do it with care and diligence.


. Financial impact analysis
Consulting Associates WHS Inc. collects a series of statistical information on the overall performance of the employer contributing to the C.N.E.S.S.T. This work is then available (on request).

This factual information helps the employer understand its experience record, its cost claims, trends in occupational injuries and / or occupational diseases, the impact on their contribution rate.

In addition, an analysis of decisions on employer files can be attached, which provides a better understanding of the evolution of system and imputation costs assigned to experience files.

Consulting Associates WHS Inc. makes sure to provide the C.N.E.S.S.T .:

Up-to-date medical monitoring of the employee.

Monitoring of our return-to-work protocols on temporary assignment.

The information appropriate to the calculation of indemnities.

The calculation of the reimbursement claimed for the first 14 days following the employment injury.

Any relevant information on the event report, medical follow-up, treatment protocols, pharmacological profile, medical expertises and second opinions (if applicable).
. This factual information will help you understand your employer’s experience, your system costs and premiums, trends in occupational injuries in the workplace, the impact on your financial statement.
. In addition, an analysis of the decisions at the D.R.A. and T.A.T. may be annexed to our analysis, allowing you to better understand the evolution of your system costs and the imputation subjected to your experience records.


Return to work protocols are an important element of costs control for an employer facing occupational injuries.

For that reason, a process of effective claims management must be clear, direct and assertive for an effective return-to-work.

In general, the employer will have at its disposal a bank of R.T.W. assignments, and these offers provide a modified work adapted to the condition of your injured worker.

There is a clear understanding in the industry that a reduced number of days lost will significantly reduce the inherent costs associated with your C.N.E.S.S.T. experience.

In our discussions with potential clients, we often hear:

. "We already have a R.T.W. policy».
. "We already administer a modified duties program».

We believe that these two comments raise the following question:

. "Why do I need the professional services provided by Consulting Associates WHS Inc.?"

In general, employers are implementing a R.T.W. process and an offer on modified duties within their operations.

Inside their management, there is an understanding that early return to work of injured workers compensated by the C.N.E.S.S.T. due to limited loss time result in cost savings over their claims with the C.N.E.S.S.T.

The basic application of a return to work protocol examines the effect of an accident at work and on the creation of a R.T.W. plan with tasks that do not exacerbate the injury and will allow the injured worker to progress in his rehabilitation so he can return to his pre-injury functions as quickly as possible.

Most employers are effective with the first part: "creating a return to work program with functions that do not cause harm to the injured worker". However, there is a great advantage to the second part that should not be overlooked: "allow the injured worker to recover fully, and in that matter, we help in returning him to its pre-injured functions safely and within a reasonable time".