If your business provides labour or on-hire services, the insurance premium you pay will be largely based on each of your registered clients or on-hire workplaces.
The premium will be calculated using your employer performance rating and the industry rate for each of these workplaces. This provides a greater incentive for labour hire employers to improve workplace health and safety for their workers.
Your obligations are further explained in:
Summary of what you need to do
- Supply the following details to your WorkCover Agent in advance of each new workers' compensation policy commencing:
- The legal name and business name of each on-hire client
- The address of each on-hire client
- Your head office address
- Upon receipt of these details, your WorkCover Agent will advise you of the appropriate industry classification to help you calculate your remuneration
- When you know the classification, you must advise your WorkCover Agent of the client's workplaces and the relevant remuneration
- Your WorkCover Agent will register these on-hire workplaces to your WorkCover insurance
- Once your WorkCover Agent has recorded all the relevant information, they can provide an estimate of total premium payable for the coming period