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 Minister’s Guidelines for assessing applications for a declaration of eligibility for a self-insurance licence

These are the Ministers' Guidelines to assess applications under section 100 of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (Section 100). For more information please read the information package as well as the Minister's Guidelines.

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. The information package 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
Document Type Departmental document
Creation Date 23 February 2016
Modified Date 26 November 2018
TRIM Reference WR16/002519
Creator Department of Employment
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