Attendant care services: Register as a provider

Disability service providers can register with WorkSafe Victoria to provide disability services to injured workers. Service providers must meet the relevant provider eligibility requirements in the application form.

Date last updated

Friday 06 Dec 2019

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What WorkSafe will do

WorkSafe will review your application and notify you of the outcome in writing. If a discrepancy arises with your submission a WorkSafe representative will contact you directly.

If approval is given, a letter will be sent advising of when services may commence, along with a provider number for invoicing purposes.

Note: Services will not be paid for until approval has been granted via this registration process.

What you need to do

Complete the online Provider Registration form.

Please ensure you have the following supporting documents ready to be included with your submission.

NDIA and DHHS providers:

  • NDIA Registration Certificate
  • DHHS Letter of Registration

For all other providers:

  • Conflict of Interest policy
  • Organisational policies/processes for responding to potential or actual abuse, neglect, exploitation and preventable injury
  • Policy/process regarding the handling of client/worker’s money/finances
  • Confidentiality and Privacy policy
  • Complaints policy
  • Public Liability Insurance policy
  • Professional Indemnity Insurance policy
  • Staff training calendar
  • Organisation structure chart (NDIA/DHHS excluded)
  • Code of Conduct/Code of Ethics or Service Charter (NDIA/DHHS excluded)
  • Two written references from independent community and/or health professionals (NDIA/DHHS excluded)

Online application for registration via TAC website