Attendant care service fees effective from 1 July 2019

Attendant care - IRQS*

PH140Inactive overnight care (8hr shift inclusive of 1 hour active)^$212.90
PH150Travel$0.76 per km
PH160Establishment fee$1,207.32
PH170Attendant care - Weekday$48.88 per hour
PH180Attendant care - Public holiday$105.68 per hour
PH185Attendant care - Weekday Evening (8pm to 12am)$53.60 per hour
PH186Attendant care - Saturday$67.80 per hour
PH187Attendant care - Sunday$86.76 per hour
PH188Attendant care - Active Overnight (12am to 6am)$54.54 per hour

^ For inactive overnight support where more than one hour and up to four hours of active care are provided, the additional hours are to be billed at the attendant care - active overnight hourly rate (PH188). For example, where three hours of active care are provided, bill for PH140 as well as 2 x PH188. If more than four hours of active care are provided, active overnight support is to be billed at eight times the attendant care - active overnight hourly rate, i.e. 8 x PH188.

* For further information regarding Attendant Care – IRQS (Independently Reviewed against Quality Standards), please refer to the Registration Criteria at www.worksafe.vic.gov.au

Attendant care - non IRQS

PH110Attendant care$46.65 per hour
PH140Inactive overnight care (8 hr shift inclusive of 1 hour active)^$212.90
PH150Travel$0.76 per km
PH160Establishment fee$1,207.32

^ For inactive overnight support where more than one hour and up to four hours of active care are provided, the additional hours are to be billed at the attendant care hourly rate (PH110). For example, where three hours of active care are provided, bill for PH140 as well as 2 x PH110. If more than four hours of active care are provided, active overnight support is to be billed at eight times the attendant care hourly rate, i.e. 8 x PH110.

GST

Maximum fees listed in this fee schedule are exclusive of GST. If GST is applicable, WorkSafe Victoria will pay the GST component in addition to the maximum fee. Providers should provide a tax invoice where amounts are subject to GST. For queries regarding whether the services you provide to an injured worker are taxable (that is, subject to GST) please contact the Australian Taxation Office and/or your tax advisor.