Rates, fees and payments are published through regulations.

Regulations are published in the Government Gazettes located on the Western Australian Legislation website.

Indexation of Workers Compensation Payments

Indexation of Workers Compensation Payments Schedule 2024/25
This document contains information on variations to the indexation of workers compensation payments.

Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Recommended premium rates

WorkCover WA’s recommended premium rates for 2024/25 apply to:

  • workers compensation policies issued or renewed under the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023 with a period of insurance commencing from 1 July 2024
  • employer indemnity policies issued or renewed under the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 with a period of insurance commencing from 4pm 30 June 2024.

WorkCover WA Recommended Premium Rates 2024/25
PDF document detailing the 2024/25 recommended premium rates for each industry class.


Recommended Premium Rates 2024/25
Microsoft Excel document detailing the 2024/25 recommended premium rates for each industry class.


Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Further resources

Actuarial Assessment of the Recommended Premium Rates for 2024/25
Actuarial report on the 2024/25 recommended premium rates.


Recommended Premium Rates 2024/25 Consolidated WC12 2022/23
Details of the 2022/23 Consolidated WC12 – Statement of Wages and Claims for premium rating returning entities.


Media Statement from the Chief Executive Officer WorkCover WA 28 March 2024
Media Statement from the Chief Executive Officer WorkCover WA made on 28 March 2024 about the recommended premium rates for 2024/25.

Premium rating classification

The WorkCover WA Industry Classification Order is made under section 253 of the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023 and provides for the industry based premium rating classification system used in Western Australia for the purpose of calculating premiums for workers compensation policies. The WorkCover WA Industry Classification Order provides for the assignment of WorkCover WA Premium Rating Codes (PRCs) to identify an employer’s industry. The premium rating classification applicable to an employer will depend on the employer’s predominant business activity. The resources below include WorkCover WA’s premium rating codes for all industry classes and explain the industry classification system.


WorkCover WA Industry Classification Order
Details the WorkCover WA Industry Classification Order and PRCs.


WorkCover WA Premium Rating Codes
Lists all the PTCs in a spreadsheet format.


ABS ANZSIC 06 Classification Book
The official ANZSIC 2006 publication produced by the ABS.


ABS ANZSIC 06 Desktop Search Engine
An ABS maintained web-based search function for ANZSIC 2006 codes.

Medical fees

The Workers Compensation (Medical Services) Fees Order 2024 fixes the maximum amount of compensation payable for a medical expense, incurred or to be incurred, for a medical service as a result of a worker’s injury from employment under the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023.

Maximum fees and charges apply to:

  • Medical attendances and services
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Ancillary Services
    • Certificates of capacity
    • Return-to-work case conferences
    • Medical reports
    • Return-to-work programs
    • Services additional to usual medical management.

See also: General Practitioner Consultation Fees and Codes 2024.

Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Approved permanent impairment assessor fees

The Workers Compensation (Approved Permanent Impairment Assessor) Fees Order 2024 fixes scales of fees and charges for permanent impairment assessment services provided by approved permanent impairment assessors under the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023.

Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Allied health provider fees

The Workers Compensation (Health Services) Fees Order 2024 fixes the maximum amount of compensation payable for a health expense, incurred or to be incurred, for a health service as a result of a worker’s injury from employment under the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023.

Maximum fees and charges apply to the health services below:

  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic
  • Clinical psychology
  • Counselling psychology
  • Exercise program
  • Mental health social work
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Osteopathy
  • Psychology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Pathology.

Treatment Management Plans:

Occupational Therapy – Upper Limb Services – Treatment Management Plan


Physiotherapy Treatment Management Plan


Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Workplace rehabilitation provider fees

The Workers Compensation (Workplace Rehabilitation Services) Fees Order 2024 fixes the maximum amount of compensation payable for a workplace rehabilitation expense, incurred or to be incurred, for a workplace rehabilitation service as a result of a worker’s injury from employment under the Workers Compensation and Injury Management Act 2023.

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

Public hospital service charges for compensable patients
These fees are current from 1 July 2024.

Public Hospital Fees for Compensable Patients 2024-25

Previous years

For previous years, see the Previous years’ fees page.

GST information
GST implications affect the reporting of costs for service providers, and insurers or self-insurers. This section offers information on the reporting of GST components for service costs, including those reported as part of the claims data specifications.

Go to GST information.