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04 Jul 2014 - On 1 July 2014, WorkCover WA’s new certificates of capacity replaced the First, Progress and Final medical certificates. Medical practitioners and practice managers can obtain the new certificates through their software provider or download them directly from the WorkCover WA gpsupport website. Read more...
26 Jun 2014 - The Hon Michael Mischin MLC, Attorney General; Minister for Commerce, has tabled in Parliament WorkCover WA’s Review of the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981: Final Report. Read more...
20 Jun 2014 - The previous decisions database now includes District Court appeal decisions of determinations from the Workers’ Compensation Arbitration Service. Read more...

Publications for Employers

Publications for Employers

Workers Compensation: A Guide for Employers
A comprehensive guide to assist employers with their workers' compensation obligations in accordance with the Act.

  • Workers Compensation: A Guide for Employers (PDF - 2161kb) 

    Injury Management: A Guide for Employers

    This publication provides information to assist employers understand their legal obligations for injury management systems and return to work programs and contains a three step approach to effective injury management.

    Working Directors and Avoidance Arrangements
    The Insurance Council of Australia has provided a Working Director ICA statement with respect to working directors to be implemented by approved insurers.

    Contractors and Workers' Compensation 
    Detailed information to clarify laibility and legal obligations in relation to contractors and sub-contractors

    Who covers my interstate employees for workers’ compensation 
    This factsheet provides information to clarify employer obligations in relation to workers based in another state or territory.

    A Guide to Noise Induced Hearing Loss

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