Advice Sheets

Schools: WorkCover

Publish date: 18/07/2017
Summary: If you are injured at work (either psychologically or physically), you may be able to claim WorkCover entitlements. To have a claim accepted, you must be able to establish that work has been a substantial contributing factor to your injury. Further, the injury must not be deemed to have arisen out of “reasonable action taken in a reasonable manner by the employer to transfer, demote, discipline, re-deploy, retrench or dismiss…[you]”. You can claim whether you are permanent, casual, full-time or part-time. Ideally, claims should be lodged with your employer within 30...

Disability Sector: WorkCover

Publish date: 18/07/2017
Summary: If you are injured at work (either psychologically or physically) you may be able to claim WorkCover entitlements. To have a claim accepted, you must be able to establish that work has been a substantial contributing factor to your injury. Further, the injury must not be deemed to have arisen out of "reasonable action taken in a reasonable manner by the employer to transfer, demote, discipline, redeploy, retrench or dismiss the worker...". You can claim whether you are ongoing, casual, full-time or part-time. Ideally, claims should be lodged with your employer within...

TAFE: WorkCover

Publish date: 18/07/2017
Summary: If you are injured at work (either psychologically or physically), you may be able to claim WorkCover entitlements. To have a claim accepted, you must be able to establish that work has been a substantial contributing factor to your injury. Further, the injury must not be deemed to have arisen out of “reasonable action taken in a reasonable manner by the employer to transfer, demote, discipline, re-deploy, retrench or dismiss…[you]”. You can claim whether you are permanent, casual, full-time or part-time. Ideally, claims should be lodged with your employer within 30...

Early Childhood: WorkCover

Publish date: 18/07/2017
Summary: If you are injured at work (either psychologically or physically) you may be able to claim WorkCover entitlements. To have a claim accepted, you must be able to establish that work has been a substantial contributing factor to your injury. Further, the injury must not be deemed to have arisen out of "reasonable action taken in a reasonable manner by the employer to transfer, demote, discipline, redeploy, retrench or dismiss the worker...". You can claim whether you are ongoing, casual, full-time or part-time. Ideally, claims should be lodged with your employer...