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Form 542.3 Application for a claim review
Applying for a claim review
Appealing a review decision
The review process
Medical assessment tribunals
Workplace rehabilitation - what should workers do?
Finding a self-insured employer
A press release was issued today advising that the Attorney
General has confirmed that there will be changes to the workers'
compensation scheme in Queensland.
Our report reflects our financial and non-financial performance
from 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013.
The symphony of pain is our current series of free training
workshops. These workshops will discuss the important role that
rehabilitation and return to work coordinators play in pain
management. Read more or
The Q-COMP website is now available in a mobile-friendly format,
making it easier to find the information you're searching for when
you're on-the-go, using your smartphone or tablet device.
The first round of judging has now been completed in the Return
to work Awards 2013, and 26 finalists have been selected from
hundreds of entries from across Queensland.
Tickets for the Return to work
Conference 2013 are now sold out! However, you can register your
name on our waiting list, and we will contact you first if
additional tickets are opened up for sale. Register now at
On 23 May 2013 the Parliamentary Committee responsible for
reviewing the Queensland workers' compensation scheme tabled their
report and recommendations in Parliament. The full report including
recommendations can be found on the Parliament's website.
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
Q-COMP farewells Dr Simon Blackwood and welcomes Paul
Goldsbrough to the role of Director.
Following an inquest into the deaths of three fatigued mine
workers fatally injured in motor vehicle accidents, Q-COMP has
provided the following information to ensure clarity around
fatigue-reducing rest breaks and journey claims.
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