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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
The financial and prudential conditions of licence are designed to ensure that the SRCC is aware of the financial suitability of an organisation to hold a licence and the ability of the organisation to pay its workers' compensation liabilities.
To ensure licensees meet the requirements of the legislation, Comcare carries out audits under the Licence Improvement Program. Learn about the monitoring and evaluation program.
Licence compliance is monitored annually. Learn more about the Licensee Improvement Program.
A range of audit tools and templates are available for your use as required.
On Tuesday 22 July, the Coalition Government announced the appointment of Ms Jennifer Taylor as the next Chief Executive Officer of Comcare and Mr Barry Sherriff as the next Chair of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC).
On 12 June 2014, the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC) granted a self-insurance licence to DHL Supply Chain (Australia) Pty Limited under the Commonwealth workers’ compensation scheme. The licence will commence from 1 July 2014 and expire on 30 June 2016.
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.
The Minister for Employment, Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz has appointed Mr. Barry Sherriff as the Acting Chair of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC).