Advisory Service
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advice

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or (08) 9388 5555


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FAQs

1) How do I become an approved workplace rehabilitation provider?
Section 156 of the Workers' Compensation and Injury Management Act, 1981 authorises WorkCover WA to approve a person or persons capable of providing vocational rehabilitation services, set conditions of approval, or revoke an approval if conditions or performance criteria established by the WorkCover WA, have not been met.

Further information is contained in the application package for approved workplace rehabilitation providers.

2) When can I appeal a decision?
A determination of an arbitrator on findings of fact and law are binding upon the parties, but can be appealed to the District Court of Western Australia in certain circumstances. For more information, see the Appeals page under the Conciliation & Arbitration section.

3) How do I find an audiometric provider?
Only testers approved by WorkCover WA can conduct the tests as the testing environment and equipment must also meet stringent standards. For more information and a list of providers, see the Audiometric Officers page.

4) I am a legal practioner - can you tell me how the the fee structure works? 

See the Costs Report information on the Legal Practitioners or Registered Agents pages.
 

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