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Make a Workers Compensation claim
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to help an injured worker seek first aid or medical treatment immediately for any work-related injury or illness. You’ll then need to fill out some forms to lodge a claim.
Workers Compensation is compulsory for most employers in Australia.
In WA, employers must have insurance for anyone defined as a worker.
- Your worker’s wages if they suffer a work-related injury or illness and are unable to work.
- Medical expenses, treatment and rehabilitation costs.
All your workers. Generally includes anyone receiving a wage or commission payment, including casuals and temporary employees, apprentices, trainees and some contractors.
What is Workers Compensation insurance?
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WA FAQ section
‘Remuneration’ means the aggregate amount of wages, salary, or other remuneration to be paid to your Workers.
It depends on whether the contractor or sub-contractor is defined as a ‘worker’.
A worker may be entitled to compensation for an injury or disease that occurs/arises:
- during the course of employment; or,
- by an accident arising out of employment.