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icare Workers Insurance
We understand that navigating your workers insurance can be difficult, but rest assured, renewing your policy is simple and we're here to help.
icare extends its deepest sympathies to everyone affected by the raging fires across New South Wales. We appreciate this is a difficult time and we’re here to help. We encourage our customers who have been impacted by the fires to reach out to us when it is safe to do so to discuss how we can support you through these difficult circumstances. Our teams are standing by to assist you with managing the payment of your premium. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 13 44 22.
Help us help you keep your policy up to date by sending us your Declaration of Actual Wages form on time and in the right format. If you’re sending it to us via email, please scan your completed form in full, in page order, and email it to us as a pdf. Be sure to include your policy number in the subject line of the email. This will help avoid processing delays.
There are 2 ways you can do this:
If things have changed and you need to update your Certificate of Currency we’re here to help. Remember that personally altering your Certificate of Currency after it has been issued by icare is a breach of the Workers Compensation Act 1987 and can result in a hefty fine. Please get in touch so we can assist you.
We've made changes to workers insurance premiums to reflect the most recent performance of the scheme, and to help keep it sustainable into the future.
You Asked is a regular column where we provide answers to your burning questions about all things policy and premium.
We reward safe employers with lower premiums.
Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how icare can help your business reduce workplace injuries and in turn, reduce your premiums.
We also understand how important it is to NSW employers to get their people back to work quickly and safely when an injury does occur.
icare’s Injury Management Program provides important information about how icare and its partners will work with employers to achieve this. It reflects icare’s new claims model, outlining the support available and what steps will be taken to help injured workers achieve a safe recovery at work, or manage their ongoing care and support if they’re not able to return to work in the short or long term. This information will assist you with developing a return to work program suitable for your business.
News 30 May
From 31 May 2019, all businesses in NSW will be required to have a fully implemented Return to Work program in place to respond to work-related injury or illness.
News 28 Nov
Insurance and Care NSW (icare) is announcing which claims management providers will be available to provide claims management services for eligible large business customers under its Authorised Provider model.
Blogs 28 Nov
Nestled between the regional NSW towns of Gunnedah and Tamworth lies the sleepy village of Somerton. Population 277 or thereabouts.
News 26 Nov
A place where manufacturing employers will find the resources they need to help manage workers compensation insurance — anytime, anywhere.