|A Guide to Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation in Tasmania|
Published by Workcover Tasmania, this guide provides a useful, easy-to-read overview of the requirements of, and benefits provided under, the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988.
|Civil Liability Act 2002|
Legislation limiting liability and the level of damages that may be awarded in certain circumstances, including the personal liability of certain classes of volunteers.
|Ministerial Direction No 1.1 (2002) - Administration|
Specifies certain administrative procedures including compensation for loss or accidental damage to clothing and personal effects of employees (paragraph 1.2) and use of private motor vehicles (paragraph 2.1).
|Ministerial Direction No 8 (1 July 2003) - Indemnity Against Legal Process|
Specifies the process and circumstances in which indemnity will be provided for State Service employees, including information on the members and operations of the Inter-Agency Committee on Actions Against Public Servants.
For information and publications on workplace health and safety, workers’ compensation, occupational rehabilitation, and occupational health and safety.
|Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988|
Tasmanian workers’ compensation legislation.
|Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Regulations 2011|
Regulations made under the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988.
|Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Tribunal|
The Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Tribunal hears all workers’ compensation disputes.
|Work Health and Safety Act 2012|
Legislative responsibilities of employers and workers in respect to health and safety issues in the workplace.
|Workplace Standards Tasmania|
Workplace Standards Tasmania is responsible for administering much of the legislation that regulates business in Tasmania, including occupational health and safety, and workers’ compensation legislation.
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