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  1. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 74 (October 2019)

    In this edition: PIAWE reforms have now commenced; we look at calculating PIAWE, PIAWE by agreement, recalculations and indexation.

    22/10/2019

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  2. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 73 (October 2019)

    This bulletin includes articles about SIRA's mental health recovery @ work program, updated guidance on referrals to injury management consultants and the PIAWE reforms.

    03/10/2019

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  3. Indexation of maximum fees and costs for legal and medico-legal services from 1 October 2019

    The maximum costs for legal services and maximum fees for medico-legal services have been indexed in line with inflation for the period starting 1 October 2019.

    25/09/2019

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  4. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 72 (September 2019)

    This bulletin provides updates on two important consultations. Our consultation into the Regulatory Requirements for Health Care Arrangements has been launched. Also, we have begun publishing submissions we received as part of the Compliance and Performance Review of the Nominal Insurer consultation.

    23/09/2019

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  5. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 71 (September 2019)

    This Bulletin includes information on indexed adjustments to workers compensation benefits and the PIAWE reforms.

    17/09/2019

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  6. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 70 (September 2019)

    This Bulletin includes information on two important initiatives that will increase transparency of scheme performance and SIRA’s regulatory activity.

    16/09/2019

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  7. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 69 (September 2019)

    Call for submissions on the review of support services for work-related hearing loss.

    15/09/2019

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  8. PIAWE reforms start next month

    A worker's pre-injury average weekly earnings (PIAWE) will be easier to calculate and understand for workers injured on or after 21 October 2019, when reforms take effect.

    14/09/2019

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  9. Increasing transparency and accountability in the workers compensation scheme

    The Hayne Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, and the more recent APRA Capability Review, made a series of recommendations regarding transparency of regulatory action.

    10/09/2019

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  10. Workers compensation regulation bulletin - Issue 68 (August 2019)

    We’ve launched a new online platform to help people understand how workers compensation claims should be handled.

    30/08/2019

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