Survivors of Employees Slain on Duty
Role of the Plan Administrator
The Labour Program administers this benefit plan on behalf of Treasury Board.
If you have submitted a claim, you can expect the Labour Program, as plan administrator, to:
- Determine whether survivors are entitled to receive income benefits. This can be done only after an injury compensation claim has been approved by the appropriate provincial workers’ compensation board
- Apply the Public Service Income Benefit Plan for Survivors of Employees Slain on Duty
- Inform survivors about their eligibility for the plan
- Provide monthly payments
- Review survivors entitlement to benefits regularly and adjust benefits accordingly
The Canada Pension Commission reviews any complaints filed by survivors regarding payments.
Do you have further questions about this program? You can obtain more information about compensation and the Labour Program’s role by contacting us.