A-3.001 - Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases

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178. The Commission may grant subsidies, not exceeding the Maximum Yearly Insurable Earnings established under section 66, to a worker who has suffered an employment injury and who devises a plan to create and manage an undertaking providing him with suitable employment, if the worker remains unable to carry on his employment as a result of his injury.
The plan must be accompanied with a study which complies in form and content with the requirements of the Commission, confirming the feasibility and the mid-term profitability of the planned undertaking, and the worker must show that he has the capacity to operate the undertaking.
If the plan is accepted, the Commission shall reimburse the worker for any expenses he incurred to obtain the feasibility study.
1985, c. 6, s. 178.