Philip injured his right shoulder while working as a process worker. He underwent surgery and was left with a lifting restriction. He was referred to Return to work assist on 19 October 2011 as he was no longer employed when his workers' compensation claim was closed.Read More
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In May 2010, Q-COMP made changes to the way RRTWCs maintain their registration in Queensland.
RRTWCs can now choose an approved activity from one of three categories - the category selected will determine the length of the registration period being 1, 2 or 3 years registration.
The re-registration period starts from the date the activity is completed (for example a RRTWC completes an update course on 6 March 2012 and their current registration expires on 1 April 2012, this would give the RRTWC a new registration expiry of 6 March 2015).
Q-COMP's Guidelines for completing re-registration activities has been gazetted in the Queensland Government Gazette dated 11 May 2012.
The major change to the document is that RRTWCs will need to complete a renewal activity prior to their registration expiry (for example, a RRTWC is registered until 1 April 2012, the RRTWC must complete a renewal activity prior to this date to be able to continue their registration).
Click here to view the Queensland Government Gazette.