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Safety and workers' compensation laws

An application must be accompanied by information about the applicant's compliance with workplace health and safety laws and workers' compensation laws.

An applicant must declare if:

  • in relation to a workplace health and safety law they, or a related person, have, in the last five years, been:
    • in relation to workers' compensation laws they, or a related person, have, in the last five years, been convicted of any offences
  • they have been issued a provisional improvement notice (PIN) by a health and safety representative after October 2017
  • they have workplace health and safety representatives and a workplace health and safety committee
  • they are aware of their obligations and are able to comply with all relevant workplace health and safety laws
  • they have a workers' compensation insurance policy, the policy type and the policy number (if applicable)
  • they are aware of their obligations and are able to comply with workers' compensation laws.

While contraventions of workplace health and safety laws and workers' compensation laws does not automatically disqualify an applicant from holding a licence the applicant may be asked for further information to assess their suitability to hold a licence.

Workplace health and safety laws

Workers' compensation laws


Last updated 11 April 2018