An approved workplace rehabilitation provider (WRP) can assist the employer and injured worker if there are problems with the return to work process. WRPs are commonly health professional such as occupational therapists, physiotherapists or psychologists who have expertise in addressing the physical, psychological and/or workplace barriers that may prevent an injured worker returning to work.

WRPs are approved by WorkCover WA and have the appropriate qualifications, experience and expertise to provide relevant services based on the assessed need of the worker and the workplace.

List of approved workplace rehabilitation providers

See the Register of approved workplace rehabilitation providers.

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To become a WorkCover WA approved workplace rehabilitation provider, download the following application:

  • Renewal application for approval as a workplace rehabilitation provider (PDF – 2.3mb)
    Workplace rehabilitation providers are required to submit a renewal application to WorkCover WA by the 31st of December before the year that the approval period is due to expire. Note: Google Chrome and Firefox browsers are incompatible with this document type. To view the PDF right-click and select ‘Save link as’ or view the PDF using Internet Explorer.
WorkCover WA is a signatory to the Nationally Consistent Approval Framework for Workplace Rehabilitation Providers (the National Framework). Any organisation seeking to become a workplace rehabilitation provider will need to demonstrate that they conform to the requirements of the National Framework.

In Western Australia approved workplace rehabilitation providers are also required to operate according to Service Provision and Service Descriptions (standards) for Approved Workplace Rehabilitation Providers (PDF – 648kb).  These standards underpin the service provision principles in the National Framework.

For more information, see the Guide to the Nationally Consistent Approval Framework for Workplace Rehabilitation Providers on the Heads of Workers’ Compensation Authorities website.

Note: For the purposes of this website the term “Workplace Rehabilitation” means “Vocational Rehabilitation” as stated in the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981.