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5. Number of injuries resulting in 5, 30 and 60 or more days of incapacity (CIS report)

For: Employers and managers

This report is part of our Customer Information System (CIS).


About the report

  • Description: This report displays data on the number of claims to have their 5th, 30th and 60th day of incapacity determined in the chosen reporting period.
  • Access level required: Management level access.
  • Export options: .pdf, .rtf
  • Benefits: This report allows users to see the volume of claims reaching their 5th, 30th, and 60th day of incapacity in any given month.
  • Parameters: This report counts claims which have had the 5th day of incapacity, the 30th day of incapacity and the 60th day of incapacity determined within the reporting period, irrespective of the date of injury, the date of receipt of the claim, initial determination date or dates of incapacity.

Fields in the report

Table 1: Description of the fields in the Numbers of injuries resulting in 5, 30 and 60 or more days of incapacity report
FieldsDescription
Month/year The month and year that relates to the other fields in the report.
5th day of incap determ The number of claims that had their 5th day of incapacity determined with in the reporting period.
30th day of incap determ The number of claims that had their 30th day of incapacity determined with in the reporting period.
60th day of incap determ The number of claims that had their 60th day of incapacity determined with in the reporting period.
Page last reviewed: 03 June 2022
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Date printed 09 Aug 2022

https://www.comcare.gov.au/claims/employer-information/access-claims-information/report-5