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 Private corporations wishing to apply to self-insure their Workers’ Compensation Liabilities under the Comcare Scheme

Under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (Section 100), the Minister for Employment may declare a corporation eligible to apply for a workers' compensation self-insurance licence in the Comcare scheme. Among other requirements for eligibility, an applicant corporation must demonstrate that it is in competition with a current or former Commonwealth authority. The information package above provides assistance to private corporations considering applying for a Ministerial declaration of eligibility for a self-insurance licence under the Comcare scheme.

Stream Industrial Relations
Program Workplace Relations in Australia
Document Type Departmental document
Creation Date 2 December 2013
Modified Date 23 February 2016
TRIM Reference WR16/002087
Creator Department of Employment
Publisher Department of Employment

There are Minister's Guidelines to assess applications for a declaration of eligibility for a self-insurance licence.

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