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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
Self-insured employers provide accident insurance for their
workers, instead of insuring with WorkCover Queensland. Q-COMP
oversees self-insurance licensing in Queensland.
Self-insured employers manage their own workers' compensation
claims. If your employer is licensed as a self-insurer, contact
them directly to lodge a claim or for any claim questions.
Q-COMP may issue or renew a licence for a single or group
employer to be a self-insurer if the employer meets certain
You can apply to us to be a self-insurer whether you are a
single or group employer-as long as you meet the criteria.
Q-COMP regulates all insurers in Queensland-WorkCover Queensland
and self-insurers-monitoring compliance and performance against the
legislation, performance standards and guidelines.
Review and appeal rights of self-insurers and their workers.
A self-insured employer may appeal if they are unhappy with
Review & appeals
Return to work assist
Regional network program
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.
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