Have your say on the new home building insurance standards
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) is encouraging builders, homeowners, financial service providers, and other interested people to provide input on the proposed new home building compensation insurance standards in NSW.
Driver charged over alleged fraudulent insurance claims
A driver who allegedly submitted a fraudulent insurance claim is the thirteenth person charged by detectives investigating Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance fraud.
Workers compensation bulletin - issue 27
In this edition: Section 39 support and information service.
New application for a group self-insurer licence
Programmed Maintenance Services Limited (‘Programmed’) applied to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority for a group self-insurer licence.
Workers compensation bulletin - issue 26
In this edition: New workers compensation rates and fees orders.
Self-insurers transitioning to new licensing framework
SIRA is committed to working in partnership with self-insurers to remove unnecessary regulatory burdens to productivity, innovation and growth.
SIRA successfully prosecuted a man who lodged a fraudulent workers compensation claim alleging he sustained a back injury due to repeated shoveling at a construction workplace in 2007.
'Best price' Green Slips set to drop below $600 from 1 July
Motorists are set to reap the benefits of the NSW Government’s CTP reform ahead of time, with a number of insurers dropping their ‘best market price’ for Sydney passenger vehicles below $600 from 1 July.
ministerial media release
Home building compensation overhaul a step closer
NSW Parliament passed legislation today that will overhaul the Home Building Compensation (HBC) Scheme, allowing competition into the market, ensuring the scheme’s financial sustainability and maintaining high levels of consumer protection.
Workers' Compensation (Dust Diseases) Act 1942
Contributions under section 6 for 2017-2018 financial year