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  1. New application for a workers compensation group self-insurer licence

    Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (Coca-Cola) has applied to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority for a workers compensation group self-insurer licence.

    05/11/2018

    notice

  2. Have your say: CAM draft standards of practice

    The State Insurance Regulatory Authority is seeking feedback on the draft claims administration manual (CAM) standards of practice.

    31/10/2018

    notice

  3. New application for a group self-insurer licence

    Wesfarmers Retail Holdings Pty Limited (‘WRH’) has applied to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority for a group self-insurer licence.

    26/10/2018

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  4. New laws make it easier for firefighters to claim compensation

    Firefighters who develop cancer will now be able to claim workers compensation entitlements and support more easily thanks to NSW Government reforms being introduced into Parliament today.

    24/10/2018

    media release

  5. Firefighters amendment introduced into Parliament

    The Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Firefighters) Bill 2018 has been introduced into Parliament by the NSW Government.

    24/10/2018

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  6. Injured workers to benefit from Dispute Resolution Simplification

    The NSW Parliament has today endorsed reforms which will simplify the dispute resolution process for injured workers who make a compensation claim.

    17/10/2018

    ministerial media release

  7. SIRA review of Nominal Insurer liability valuations

    The State Insurance Regulatory Authority Board has delivered a report on the Nominal Insurer's liability valuations to the Minister for Finance Services and Property.

    16/10/2018

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  8. Indexation of maximum fees and costs for legal and medico-legal services from 1 October 2018

    From 1 October 2018, the maximum costs for legal services and maximum fees for medico-legal services will be indexed each year in line with inflation.

    28/09/2018

    notice

  9. Presumptive legislation for firefighters

    The Government will introduce amendments to workers compensation legislation to reverse the onus of proof for NSW firefighters who are diagnosed with one of 12 prescribed cancers and meet the applicable minimum employment periods.

    27/09/2018

    ministerial media release

  10. Workers compensation dispute resolution reforms

    The Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 has been introduced into Parliament. The proposed amendments seek to simplify and streamline the state’s workers compensation dispute resolution system.

    20/09/2018

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