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Read about the guidelines the SRCC has adopted to bring clarity and openness to its processes for the consideration of licence applications and renewals.
Read more about Guidelines
Are you eligible to become a self-insurer under the Comcare Scheme? Here you will find the eligibility criteria.Read more about Eligibility for Self-insurance for private corporations
Here you will find all of the information required to apply to the SRCC for a self-insurance licence.
Read more about Applying for a Self-insurance licence
Lean more about how a licence application is considered.Read more about How a licence application is considered
Self-insurers are obliged to adhere to compliance measures imposed by the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission. These include, but are not limited to, licence conditions; performance standards and measures; and reporting requirements.
This handbook has been designed to provide licensees with general information to support them in meeting their conditions of licence.
Licence performance is monitored and evaluated on an ongoing basis. Learn more about the Licensee Improvement Program.
A range of audit tools and templates are available for your use as required.
The Australian National University has lodged a self-insurance licence application. The Commission was to consider the application at its March 2017 meeting, however consideration of the application has been deferred to the Commission's 30 November 2017 meeting.
The Commission has endorsed protocols in relation to the submission of materials with regard to its consideration of licence applications and extensions and other matters to bring greater openness and transparency to its decision-making processes.
Key outcomes from the June 2017 Commission meeting.
On 13 June 2017, the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (the Commission) granted a self-insurance licence to Ron Finemore Transport Services Pty Ltd (RFTS) under Part VIII of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (SRC Act). The licence will commence from 1 July 2017 and expire on 30 June 2025.
Key outcomes from the 8 March 2017 meeting