Interjurisdictional Trucking Agreement

There is an exception to this rule, which applies to inter-judicial employers of trucks, pilot vehicles, mail and buses participating in the Alternative Assessment Process (AAP). The AAP is part of the IJA for work allowance. This is an optional procedure for inter-provincial truckers, pilot truckers, couriers and bus workers to pay premiums to workers in one country while travelling through one or more other Canadian provinces or territories. For more information on AAP, visit 14.02.13, Alternative Assessment Procedure for Interjurisdictional Trucking – Transport Industry. Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997, in the amended sections 88, 159, 160 All Workers` Compensation Committees in Canada have signed an Interjurisal Worker Compensation Agreement (IJA) for workers and employers whose business or work takes them to more than one province or region in Canada. This directive applies to all decisions taken on or after January 1, 2018. The IJA ensures that employers do not have to pay double assessments for workers working in more than one Jurisdiction in Canada. Under the ADI, employers provided their insurable income so that premium benefits would be paid to each Canadian board of directors for the work done under the jurisdiction of that board. The IJA applies to employers who are insured under Schedule 1 in Ontario (country of origin) and their collective liability equivalent in any other Canadian jurisdiction (labour jurisdiction) with respect to premium recovery.

The purpose of this directive is to outline the general application and exclusions for the IJA. This document replaces 15.01.2015. This document was previously published as: 15-01-11 of 2 January 2014 15-01-11 of 12.10.2004 15-01-11 of 15.01.2002 08-01-06 of 4 January 1999.

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