General practitioners

General practitioners perform an integral function in progressing the medical forms for workers’ compensation claims.

General practitioners and medical practitioners are encouraged to use WorkCover WA’s gpsupport website to access a number of supporting resources.

First Certificate of Capacity

Progress Certificate of Capacity

Final Certificate of Capacity

Allied health providers
Allied health providers are encouraged to access the Clinical Framework for the Delivery of Health Services.

The Clinical Framework for the Delivery of Health Services (Clinical Framework) is an evidence-based guide designed to support healthcare practitioners delivering services to people with compensable injuries. Developed by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and the Victorian WorkCover Authority, this framework reflects contemporary research and has been widely endorsed by Australian workers’ compensation jurisdictions, as well as peak health associations.

The Clinical Framework outlines five principles shown to deliver optimal recovery and return to work outcomes for injured workers. The principles are:

  1. measure and demonstrate the effectiveness of treatment
  2. adopt a biopsychosocial approach
  3. empower the injured person to manage their injury
  4. implement goals focused on optimising function, participation and return to work
  5. base treatment on best available research evidence

We encourage you to use and share the framework with your colleagues, patients (injured workers), employers and workplace rehabilitation providers in working towards optimal outcomes in recovery and return to work.

Approved medical specialists

AMS Application Packs
Workplace rehabilitation providers

Register of approved workplace rehabilitation providers (WorkCover WA Online)
A register of all WorkCover WA approved workplace rehabilitation providers (WRPs).

Completed applications should be emailed to

Applications to become an approved workplace rehabilitation provider Renewal applications Principles and Standards

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

Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Capability Framework

The Capability Framework sets out the practices, skills, and behaviours expected of workplace rehabilitation providers in the Western Australia workers’ compensation scheme, on entry to the industry and throughout their career.

Workplace Rehabilitation Providers Capability Framework

Foundations of Workers’ Compensation: Workplace Rehabilitation Providers

This easy to navigate online course is designed to assist WRPs to develop or improve their knowledge of workers’ compensation and the skills required to optimise their performance and client service delivery.

Foundations of Workers’ Compensation: Workplace Rehabilitation Providers

WorkCover WA Online
Forms and templates
Hearing testers

Worker/employer forms
Publications and fact sheets
General resources
  • Fact sheet – Case Conferences (Fillable PDF – 535kb)
    This fact sheet outlines how a case conference can assist all parties involved in a claim to help an injured worker return to work.