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WorkCover WA is the government agency responsible for regulating and administrating the workers’ compensation scheme in Western Australia under the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981.

The scheme ensures workers who suffer a work-related injury or illness are compensated for lost earnings, medical expenses, and other associated costs, and assists injured workers to achieve a safe and sustained return to work.

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05 Dec

WorkCover WA Holiday Closedown 2022

WorkCover WA will be closed over the festive period, from Monday 26 December to Monday 2 January inclusive. Normal services will resume on Tuesday 3 January 2023. While the WorkCover WA Online portal ... Read More »

17 Nov

WorkCover WA hosts its boldest and biggest Conference yet!

Yesterday we proudly hosted the WorkCover WA 2022 Conference to ‘reflect on the past and focus on the future’ as we celebrated 40 years of WorkCover WA. Over 450 delegates from a range of workers... Read More »

09 Nov

Celebrating 40 years of WorkCover WA

Momentum is building as we prepare to welcome delegates at the WorkCover WA Conference 2022. Celebrating 40 years of WorkCover WA, the Conference will provide a unique opportunity to collaborate with ... Read More »

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9 Dec

Tomorrow, 10 December marks the final day of the 16 Days in WA Campaign.Throughout the past 16 days we’ve had the opportunity to reflect on our shared responsibility to work towards ending violence against women and children.If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, help is available 24/7.Click the link to explore available services and resources lnkd.in/grWg5-UbEnding violence against women – it’s everybody’s business.#16DaysInWA #everybodysbusiness ... See MoreSee Less
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9 Dec

Today is International Anti-Corruption Day, a day to recognise our shared commitment to strengthening integrity across the government sector.WorkCover WA staff are committed to modelling ethical behaviour and maintaining the highest levels of integrity as we serve our community. As part of this commitment, we must effectively manage the risks posed by accepting gifts, benefits and hospitality from our stakeholders. As we strive to provide the highest quality of service to our stakeholders, please be assured that your thanks is enough. Kind words of appreciation from our stakeholders are the only gift we need to recognise our hard work without compromising our integrity. If you wish to gift us with your feedback, you can do so here: www.workcover.wa.gov.au/submit-feedback-about-us/#Feedback ... See MoreSee Less
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5 Dec

WorkCover WA will be closed over the festive period, from Monday 26 December to Monday 2 January inclusive. Normal services will resume on Tuesday 3 January 2023. The WorkCover WA Online portal will still be available for document lodgement during this period, however documents will not be processed until services resume. No conciliation conferences or arbitration hearings will be held during this time.For any queries regarding WorkCover WA services, please contact our advice and assistance service on 1300 794 744. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 Dec

Meet Administration Assistant, Dianne!Dianne has worked at WorkCover WA for the past 6 years, delivering excellent outcomes for the scheme through her work in regulation. As a member of WorkCover WA’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Dianne plans and presents initiatives to help make the agency a more inclusive and supportive place to work. This year on International Day of People with Disability we are celebrating Dianne and her incredible achievements. In addition to her contributions to WorkCover WA and the scheme, Dianne is a Paralympian swimmer and in 2019 was inducted into the WA Swimming Hall of Fame. If you or someone you know needs assistance with a workers’ compensation claim, call our Advice and Assistance line on 1300 794 744. ... See MoreSee Less
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29 Nov

Today WorkCover WA staff participated in the 32nd Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March, held in Forrest Place. Prior to the March, attendees heard from a range of speakers including Hon Simone McGurk MLA and Chris Field, Ombudsman, Western Australia.The March honours those who have lost their lives because of family and domestic violence, and provides an opportunity to reflect on our shared responsibility to work towards change. WorkCover WA’s involvement with the March is in support of the 16 Days in WA campaign, which runs from 25 November to 10 December.Learn more about the campaign here: 16 Days in WA (www.wa.gov.au) ... See MoreSee Less
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NEW! Annual Report 2021/22

Learn more about WorkCover WA, our priorities and activities during the past financial year.

WorkCover WA events

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WorkCover WA Strategic Plan 2022 – 2025

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