WorkCover Queensland held its quarterly meeting with allied health associations on 20 July 2016. The meeting covered WorkCover’s musculoskeletal injury campaign, online service enhancements, the allied health table of costs, the new Work Capacity certificate, accident insurance policy renewals, and Safe Work Month. read more... about Allied health update
The new allied health table of costs for workers' compensation services in Queensland takes effect on 1 July 2016. read more... about Updated allied health table of costs
The Queensland work capacity certificate – workers' compensation came into effect 1 July 2016, replacing the existing workers' compensation medical certificate. read more... about Work capacity certificate - workers' compensation
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Did you know that if you employ workers in Queensland it is compulsory to be insured read more Making sense of workers' compensation ...3 Aug 2016 12:00 am to : - Add to calendar
About medical and allied health
We provide insurance coverage for Queensland employers, compensating and helping workers with their work-related injuries. Health providers play an important role in helping a worker recover.
This site includes tailored information relevant to those who provide these services.
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- 12 February 2016
A new work capacity certificate
From 1 July, a new work capacity certificate will be introduced to assist doctors and injured workers to focus on what workers can do at work rather than what they can't. Visit our dedicated Medical Support page to find out more.