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How do I lodge a review?
What is the timeframe for applying for a review?
Can I appeal a review 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
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
Self-insured employers provide accident insurance for their
workers, instead of insuring with WorkCover Queensland, the
Workers' Compensation Regulator oversees self-insurance licensing
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.
The Workers' Compensation Regulator may issue or renew a
licence for a single or group employer to be a self-insurer if the
employer meets certain criteria.
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 the
Workers' Compensation Regulator's decision.
Review & appeals
Return to work assist
Regional network program
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