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Premiums increased for high "serious" workplace injury rate; and
New COVID check-in rule for businesses introduced.
Daily safety checks urged ahead of national truck-health survey;
GHS pictogram poster updated for system transition; and
Workers' comp premiums increased in WA.
After a difficult year of scandals, icare NSW has announced plans to increase workers' compensation premiums twice in the next two years, but stresses it will continue to provide discounts to employers with strong WHS and return-to-work records.
All mental injury claims automatically covered by Vic Bill;
New WHS Regulations made for mines in SA, commence soon; and
More COVID isolation payments introduced for SA workers.
COVID-19 injury costs to be shared by all NSW employers, under plan; and
Blood-testing Bill aimed at protecting NSW workers.
WHS Amendment Bill bypasses health privacy laws in NSW;
WHS regulators issue warnings after lion attack, other incidents;
Qld announces workers' comp premium rate for 2020-21; and
Labour-hire licensing scheme narrowed in SA.
Regulator releases more details on WHS recklessness case;
Revised WHS Code for first aid adopted by Tas; and
NSW freezes workers' comp premiums for COVID-19 pandemic.
Employer fined $300k over disabling gas explosion;
Average injury premium rate cut for "uncertain" times in WA; and
Standards directory guides shift to essential products in pandemic.
Lack of documented loading procedures leads to paraplegia;
Workers' comp transitions and premiums announced in three states; and
New WHS Minister appointed in Tas.
Uber and other gig economy companies will be forced to pay workers' comp premiums under a Queensland plan, while the State Government has revealed the average premium rate for 2019-20.
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