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25 Aug 2014 - As part of our commitment to inform and support injured workers, WorkCover WA would like to advise stakeholders of an upcoming free information seminar for injured workers. Read more...
19 Aug 2014 - WorkCover WA will be hosting the next Welcome to WorkCover WA seminar on Tuesday 23 September in Shenton Park. Read more...
18 Aug 2014 - The level of the minimum securities set for exempt employers (self-insurers) increased from $1.5 million to $2 million and became applicable to annual reviews after 1 July 2014. Read more...

Research, Evaluation and Statistics

Research

Injured Worker Survey

In 2010, WorkCover WA commissioned an independent survey of injured workers to obtain information about return to work outcomes and satisfaction with services provided throughout the Western Australian workers' compensation scheme. For more information, see the Injured Worker Survey page.

Employer Survey

In 2011, WorkCover WA commissioned an independent survey of employers to assess the effectiveness of WorkCover WA, insurers and insurance brokers in meeting the workers’ compensation needs of employers and to identify areas for improvement. To see the full report, see the Employer Survey page.

Evaluation

Actuarial reports

    Quarterly Statistics for WA Workers - March 2014 (PDF - 423kb)
    This actuarial report measures trends and changes in relation to key elements of the WA workers' compensation scheme including claim numbers, claim finalisation rates, payments per claim incurred and average case estimates. It is prepared by PriceWaterhouseCoopers Australia, which provides actuarial services to WorkCover WA.

WorkCover WA Statistical Reports

 
Related Links

About WorkCover WAFind out about WorkCover WA's mission, vision, values and role.

Workers' Compensation SchemeFind out how the Western Australia workers' compensation system works.

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