Legislation administered by WorkCover WA includes the:

Other legislation & rules National workers' compensation information
Heads of Workers' Compensation Authorities (HWCA)
The Heads of Workers’ Compensation Authorities (HWCA) is a group comprising the Chief Executives (or their representatives) of the peak bodies responsible for the regulation of workers’ compensation in Australia and New Zealand. This includes Australia’s ten workers’ compensation authorities (six States, two Territories and two Commonwealth) and the New Zealand Accident Compensation Corporation. For more information, please visit the HWCA website.
Comparison of workers' compensation arrangements in Australia & New Zealand
Each year, Safe Work Australia updates and publishes the Comparison of Workers’ Compensation Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand.  This publication aims to provide all stakeholders with information to assist them in understanding workers’ compensation arrangements in Australia and New Zealand.

Please note the Comparison captures information as at 30 September of the previous year. Readers wanting up-to-the-minute information should check with the relevant authority.

Comparison reports are available at: