1 Concord Gate, Suite 303 Toronto,
ON M3C 3N6
Chief Liaison Officer
(provided for the exclusive use of the Eastern Caribbean workers)
Assistant Liaison Officer
Bus: (416) 222-1988
Fax: (416) 222-3830
Each worker will receive a package directly from Cowan Insurance at their place of employment . The package will contain the workers Cowan Insurance Card. It can be used at most pharmacies for prescriptions. If a pharmacy does not recognize the card, the worker can pay the pharmacy and send the receipt to the Liaison for a refund.
To enhance the recruitment process, employers are reminded to complete and return to the Eastern Caribbean Liaison office, the Worker Evaluation Sheet.
Employers are reminded of the need for submission of pay sheets within seven (7) days of the payroll period. The deduction under Section IV clause I, shall not exceed $5.45 per working day and is required to be submitted with pay sheets. A working day is to be such that a worker completes a minimum of four (4) hours of work in a given day.
Employers are also reminded to facilitate the processing of health cards upon arrival of each worker, in keeping with their obligation under the contract.
Employers are asked to take note of their obligation to report to the Liaison Service within twenty-four (24) hours, any illness or injury sustained by the workers, which requires medical attention.