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Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission chairperson resigns  - 07 Apr 2014

On 27 March 2014, the Hon. Cameron Dick, chairperson of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission, wrote to the Governor-General and the Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon Eric Abetz, to advise them of his resignation, which took effect that day. Mr Dick’s resignation follows his endorsement as a candidate for the Queensland Legislative Assembly by the Queensland Branch of the Australian Labor Party.

Changes to Plant Item and Design Registration payments  - 31 Mar 2014

From 1 April 2014, Comcare will only accept credit card as the method of payment for Plant Item Registration and Plant Design Registration fees.

Federal Court action over incident at Transpacific Industries workplace  - 28 Mar 2014

Comcare has commenced legal proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against Transpacific Industries Pty Ltd, over an incident on 7 December 2011. For more information, see Comcare’s Current actions page.

Government announces proposed changes to the Comcare scheme  - 19 Mar 2014

The Government has today introduced reform which seeks to expand access for national employers to compensation and work health and safety coverage under the Comcare Scheme.

Comcare's new Privacy Policy  - 18 Mar 2014

Australia’s privacy laws have changed. Comcare is committed to maintaining the highest standards of privacy when collecting, storing, using and disclosing your personal information. For information about our information handling practices, please see our Privacy Policy.

Mentally Healthy Workplaces co-hosted event  - 21 Feb 2014

beyondblue and ACT and Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry invite you to ‘Take 1 Step’ to improve the mental health of workplaces in the ACT.

Review of Rehabilitation Management System Audit Tool and new guidance on resourcing  - 14 Jan 2014

Rehabilitation authorities are required to develop and maintain a rehabilitation management system that meets both the rehabilitation performance standards and measures, and the needs of employees. The aim of a rehabilitation management system is to provide a framework for employers to meet their legislative obligations and provide effective rehabilitation services to their employees.

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