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Get ready to renew your policy from 1 July


14 June 2019

Please note: We will send you your renewal notice in early July 2019.

WorkCover Queensland's accident insurance policies are due for renewal from 1 July–31 August each year. Employers must declare their wages to WorkCover annually to ensure they have the right level of cover when renewing their policy.

We've provided some simple steps below to help you prepare for 1 July so you can have peace of mind that your workers and business are covered.

Step 1 – Determine who you need to cover

Step 2 – Determine what payments need to be included in your wage declaration

Step 3 – Get step-by-step help when you declare your wages online from 1 July 2019

Wage declaration tips

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Step-by-step online wage declaration option

If you're unsure about what you need to declare as wages, use our online step-by-step declaration option to be guided through the wage declaration process. You will be prompted to include (and exclude) all relevant payments that make up your final wages.

Policy snapshot

Employers who renew their policy online will be able to get a better understanding of the factors that influence their premium calculation, through our policy snapshot page. By declaring your wages online, you'll be able to easily see any discounts you may be benefiting from, compare your claims performance to the industry average, and see how changes to key factors (such as wages or industry rate) have influenced your premium.

Certificate of currency

Your certificate of currency will be attached to your renewal notice that we email to you in early July. If you don't receive electronic communications from us, or you need another copy throughout the year, you can go online at any time to obtain your certificate of currency.

Maintained our average premium rate

Queensland employers can continue to enjoy one of the lowest average premium rates in the nation of $1.20 per $100 in wages.