The following statistical reports analyse aspects of the Western Australian workers’ compensation and injury management scheme to offer insight into the health and viability of the scheme.

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This claims experience report measures trends and changes in relation to key elements of the WA workers’ compensation scheme including claim numbers, payments per claim reported and average case estimates. This report is prepared by WorkCover WA.

This quarterly report measures trends and changes in relation to key elements of the WA workers’ compensation scheme including claim numbers, claim payments, estimated costs, claim management and dispute and common law applications, with a comparison of approved insurer and self-insurers.

This quarterly report provides a summary of elements relating to claimants exiting the scheme. It presents trends and characteristics of finalised claims over the last ten years.

This quarterly report monitors claim activity and measures claim management performance of approved insurers operating within the WA workers’ compensation scheme and the Insurance Commission of Western Australia.

This annual report details all payments associated with medical, allied health and workplace rehabilitation services provided within the WA workers’ compensation scheme. The report includes indicators of numbers of services, payments associated with services, average payments per service, average services per claim and average payments per claim.

This annual report is based on claims statistics from the WA workers’ compensation scheme from 2015/16 to 2017/18. It provides a three-year average of industry benchmarks that can be used for evaluation of injury management and prevention efforts of organisations.

This annual report provides an analysis of long duration claims (defined as workers’ compensation claims which involve an injured worker having 60 or more days/shifts off work) within the WA workers’ compensation scheme. Information is reported at three levels: overall scheme, claimant characteristics and injury attributes.