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Report fraud

What can you do if you suspect someone is being dishonest with WSIB?

You can use our toll-free Action line or e-mail address to report suspected cases of non-compliance and fraud.

What happens after you report suspected fraud or non-compliant behavior?

A call record is created to record and track suspected fraud or non-compliant behaviour and may be counted as part of our statistical reporting. All call records are referred to the Regulatory Services Division for review and to determine appropriate action. Some call records are kept in the Regulatory Services Division to be investigated and some may be sent back to the operational areas within the WSIB, for administrative action.

What steps are taken to protect your identity?

  • when reporting fraud or non-compliant behaviour, you are not required to provide your name, address, or any other information that may identify you
  • under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act any information you provide (other than information that identifies you) may be released to people including, but not limited to, the worker, the employer and their representatives
  • we do not capture your email address if you send us a message through sileads@wsib.on.ca. However, if you send us an email from your own email account, we will have your email address
  • if you have concerns about internet security you can always use our toll-free action line: 1-888-SI-LEADS (1-888-745-3237) 730am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Call Toll-free: 1-888-SI-LEADS (1-888-745-3237) 730am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Email us at: sileads@wsib.on.ca 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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