The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) regulates three statutory insurance schemes in NSW - Workers Compensation, CTP and Home Building Compensation, and also has some regulatory functions in other NSW insurance schemes including the Lifetime Care and Support and Dust Diseases schemes.
An overview of SIRA, its governance, purpose, approach and priorities.
SIRA is governed by an independent Board, established under section 18 of the State Insurance and Care Governance Act 2015 (the ‘SICG Act’).
Each year we produce an annual report and you can read them here.
Workers compensation reports
Reports relating to the performance of NSW workers compensation scheme (eg information on work-related injuries and return to work).
Motor Accident (CTP) reports
Reports relating the performance of the CTP scheme (eg premium trends, recovery statistics, dispute resolution data).
Home Building Compensation reports
Data on the Home Building Compensation Fund (eg claims, certificates, premiums)
Stakeholder engagement and consultation
SIRA's approach to stakeholder engagement
Brief summary on the CTP reviews in 2013 and 2016.
Access to information
We are committed to improving accountability and transparency by increasing access to government information.
SIRA Multicultural Plan 2019 - 2020
The SIRA Multicultural Plan outlines the strategies that SIRA will deliver to make sure that all people, including those from different cultural, religious and language backgrounds, have equal access to SIRA services.