What is the case law on reasonable availability and security guards?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from WCAT-2015-01643 (Re), 2015 CanLII 97256 (BC WCAT):

With respect to reasonable availability, I accept the worker’s submissions with respect to Young v. British Columbia (Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal), 2011 BCSC 1209. I find that there is insufficient evidence (even if I were to find that the occupation of security guard was suitable, which I do not) that the occupation is reasonably available to this particular worker, as set out in Young.

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