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WorkCover, QSuper and Other Claims

WorkCover

Employees who sustain work-related injuries can lodge a workers' compensation claim for costs, including medical, hospital, rehabilitation, wages and lump sum payments. WorkCover Queensland assess all claims for compensation, in accordance with the Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation Act Adobe PDF document and Regulation Adobe PDF document External Link

Employees should lodge their claim for compensation External Linkthrough their school or workplace with a workers' compensation medical certificate. This enables the school or workplace to include relevant employment information required on this form, and to then forward all documentation together through the Regional Office, to achieve a timely decision by WorkCover Queensland. Further information on WorkCover claim processes is available in Fact Sheets.

QSuper and Other Claims

Employees with non work-related injuries can access their sick leave balance, in accordance with the Sick Leave Directive Adobe PDF document External Link and Leave Policy External Link. Employees who exhaust their sick leave balance may apply to access Income Protection Benefits to receive weekly payments of 75% of their wage from QSuper, in accordance with QSuper's eligibility criteria Employees who sustain permanent disabilities may apply for a disability benefit from QSuper, in accordance with eligibility criteria. Further information is available in Fact Sheets.

Forms

WorkCover Forms

Employees with work-related injuries or illnesses can apply to WorkCover for costs associated with their injury, including wages, medical, hospital, rehabilitation and lump sum costs.

WorkCover Claim Form External Link

QSuper Forms

Employees with non work-related injuries or illnesses may be eligible to access income protection benefits from QSuper, once they have exhausted their paid sick leave balance and have had 2 weeks of leave without pay.

Income Protection Benefit Application

Permanent Disability Application

Sick Leave and other leave

Employees can also apply to access leave in accordance with their current leave balances, departmental policy and the relevant public service directives on types of leave.

DETE Leave Entitlements for Employees External Link procedure

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This page was last reviewed on 03 Sep 2015 at 10:41AM

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