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02 Feb

Noise induced hearing loss tests

It is important for employers to be aware of their obligations to arrange and pay for baseline and subsequent hearing tests for all workers in a prescribed “noisy” workplace. Employers are require... Read More »

01 Feb

COVID-19 LOCKDOWN – CHANGE TO ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE PHONE NUMBERS

With WA recording its recent COVID-19 community transmission, effective from 6pm Sunday 31st January 2021 until 6pm Friday, 5 February 2021, the Perth metropolitan area, Peel and South West regions wi... Read More »

20 Jan

Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Principles and Standards of Practice

Following the implementation of the Insurer and Self-insurer Principles and Standards of Practice on 1 July 2020, WorkCover WA seeks to provide a cohesive set of service expectations for workplace reh... Read More »

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2 Feb

Under the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 (the Act), only audiometric officers, audiometrists, audiologists and medical practitioners approved by WorkCover WA, may conduct and register audiometric tests to be used for the purposes of the Act. For further information on your obligations, click bit.ly/3tkHIfV. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 Feb

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Temporary change to Advice and Assistance phone number during lockdown.We are still here to help you and answer any enquiries you may have during the lockdown period. Please call one of the following numbers to chat to our Advice and Assistance team:• 0413 584 081• 0435 172 310• 0404 855 946 Alternatively, you are welcome to visit our website and live chat with the team using our online instant messenger service or email communications@workcover.wa.gov.au.WorkCover WA has also postponed all Conciliation and Arbitration Services until Monday 8 February 2021. For more information and updates regarding these services, visit workcover.wa.gov.au. ... See MoreSee Less
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27 Jan

WELCOME TO WORKCOVER WA WEBINAR We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming online Welcome to WorkCover WA webinar on Tuesday 23 February 2021. This FREE webinar will give you an introduction to the workers’ compensation scheme in Western Australia.The webinar will also provide you with an opportunity to speak with our friendly and knowledgeable staff to ask any questions you may have relating to workers’ compensation. For more information on this webinar, click the link below. Registrations are essential. bit.ly/39lJwNK ... See MoreSee Less
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20 Jan

Draft Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Principles and Standards of Practice have been developed in consultation with a reference group of stakeholder representatives.WorkCover WA now invites broader stakeholders to be part of the next stage of consultation and provide input into finalising the Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Principles and Standards of Practice.Feedback on the Principles and Standards can be provided here on or before Friday 19 February 2021. ... See MoreSee Less
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