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How do I lodge a review?
What is the timeframe for applying for a review?
Can I appeal a Q-COMP decision?
How do I lodge an appeal?
Why have I been referred to a medical assessment tribunal?
How does workplace rehabilitation work?
How do I lodge a workers' compensation claim?
Form 542.3 Application for a claim review
Return to work assist self-referral form
Applying for a claim review
Appealing a review decision
The review process
Referring myself to Return to work assist
Medical assessment tribunals
Workplace rehabilitation - what should workers do?
Finding a self-insured employer
Lodge a claim/policy review or appeal a review decision
Information designed to assist RRTWCs and employers
Helping those with no job to return to, with their career goals
Independent medical decisions about injury and impairment
Access information on scheme statistics and trends
Choose the description that best suits you from the list below, and we’ll help you find what you need faster.
Q-COMP is an independent statutory authority, established on 1
July 2003 under the Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation
Act 2003 to oversee Queensland's workers' compensation
We work with scheme partners such as insurers and the Department
of Justice and Attorney-General, and stakeholders to balance the
needs of workers and employers to ensure a fair and efficient
scheme for all.
We don't receive any funding from the Government's consolidated
revenue-we are primarily funded through contributions from
Are you in the running yet for a Return to work Award? Your time
to be recognised is running out! Nominations for Q-COMP's
Return to work Awards 2013 close on 14 June, so be quick. Enter now and you too could be celebrated!
Self-insured employers who believe an injured worker is making a
fraudulent workers' compensation claim are able to refer the matter
to Q-COMP for further investigation and prosecution. Read
Anxiety, stress and depression - the three most common disorders
seen in workers' compensation claims. But what are they really,
what is it like to have one and what challenges are involved in
their management? Read
more or register now!
We work closely with WorkCover Queensland and Workplace Health
and Safety Queensland. For more information on what they do in the
Queensland workers' compensation scheme, please visit their
websites by clicking their logos above.
Your feedback is important to us, contact us for any enquiries
or if you have a compliment or complaint.
Registrations are now open for the Return to work Conference 2013, which will be held in Brisbane on 30 October. Attending the Conference earns Rehabilitation and Return to work Coordinators three years registration! View the program and register now.
Q-COMP is looking forward to playing an active role in the Queensland workers' compensation scheme review and keeping you regularly updated.
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