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 professionals 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.

To stay informed about related workers’ compensation and injury management news:

  • view current Workplace Rehabilitation Notices 
To become a WorkCover WA approved workplace rehabilitation provider please refer to the guidelines and download the forms.

Completed applications should be emailed to

Completed applications should be emailed to

In Western Australia, approved workplace rehabilitation providers are expected to deliver high quality services to support injured workers in a successful return to work and are required to operate according to the Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Principles and Standards (Principles and Standards) (PDF – 2.21kb).

WorkCover WA is a signatory to the Heads of Workers’ Compensation Authorities’ Principles of Practice for Workplace Rehabilitation Providers (Principles). Any organisation seeking to become a workplace rehabilitation provider will need to demonstrate they conform to the requirements of the Principles.

Note: “Workplace Rehabilitation” means “Vocational Rehabilitation” as stated in the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981.

A video conversation series exploring the Priority Areas and promoting key messages of the Principles and Standards with workplace rehabilitation providers.

The WorkCover WA Online platform has replaced Rehab Online for the recording of workplace rehabilitation referrals and their outcomes.

Whenever a worker is referred to workplace rehabilitation the responsible Insurer or Self-Insurer will record the referral in WorkCover WA Online. It is the responsibility of the Workplace Rehabilitation Provider (WRP) to enter the outcome information into WorkCover WA Online.

The following documents will assist WRPs in their use of WorkCover WA Online:

User Guide

Information Sheets

If you have any queries relating to WorkCover WA Online, please refer to WorkCover WA Online FAQs or contact us.