It’s time to renew your policy
08 Jul 2014
Your accident insurance policy - which covers your business for the cost of any work related injuries - is renewed every year. To ensure you are covered for another year, you need to declare your wages information by 31 August so we can calculate your premium.
It’s important to understand who you should cover for workers’ compensation as it impacts your premium. To assist with this, we have developed the declaration of wages guide to help you, as an employer, correctly declare wages paid to your workers during policy renewal.
Once you’ve determined your wages information, you can use our premium online service to:
- declare your wages
- pay your premium
- view your certificate of currency.
What's new this year?
Lowest average premium rate in Australia
Queensland employers can benefit from the lowest average premium rate in the nation.
It's even easier to do business with us
- Employers who pay $1.5 million or less in wages will benefit from our simplified premium model, which is based on a claim performance rating.
- All employers now have access to improved flexible payment options that meet your business needs.
To learn more about these changes visit our dedicated premium page.
Employer premium renewal survey
When you renew your policy this year, you may be sent an email with a link to complete a survey. The survey aims to help us better understand your needs and how we can improve our service levels. We hope you will participate as your feedback is important to us.
The survey is short and easy to complete, and your answers will remain strictly confidential. Your responses will only be used for the purposes of measuring and improving our performance.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call us on 1300 362 128.
- Last updated
- 30 June 2015
WorkCover Queensland accident insurance policy renewal
Pay your premium in full or set up a payment plan quickly and easily online before the 30 September deadline.