Every employer must provide information for workers that outlines how they notify an injury and how they may make a workers compensation claim.
This information must include the name and address of the insurer and must always be available in the workplace. The name of the person who manages recovery at work can also be included. This information lets workers know what to do and who to contact if they get injured at work.
The information can be displayed electronically such as on a company website or intranet or by using the If you get injured at work poster.
Get a free copy of the poster from our online publications shop.
You can also download the poster and print it out yourself.
This poster summarises the requirements of the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 with regard to notifying injuries and making claims.
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The 'If you get injured at work' poster is now available in Arabic, simplified and traditional Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. Download or print them yourself or order them from the publications store.