Parts 2–5 of the 1979 Act were repealed on 1 January 1985 by section 41 of that Act as originally enacted. Workers Compensation Act 1987 No 70. Workers’ Compensation (Dust Diseases) Act 1942, Review of work capacity decisions—recovery of costs, Conciliation of existing claims by conciliators under the 1998 Act, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Firefighters) Act 2018, Review of amendments relating to firefighters, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2018, Application of amendments to other Workers Compensation Acts, Application of amendments to police officers, paramedics and firefighters, Work capacity decision disputes—maximum costs during transitional period, Justice Legislation Amendment Act (No 2) 2019, COVID-19 Legislation Amendment (Emergency Measures—Miscellaneous) Act 2020, Workers Compensation (Amendment) Act 1988, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Dust Diseases and Other Matters) Act 1998, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 1999, Intergovernmental Agreement Implementation (GST) Act 2000, Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Amendment (Private Insurance) Act 2000, Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2005. Part 6 of Chapter 7 of the 1998 Act imposes restrictions on the commencement of court proceedings for damages. Workers Compensation Legislation Further Amendment Act 2001 (No. View whole Act Statutory instruments Turn history notes on Legislative history Search Act Results: match 0 of 0 provisions. The worker suffered her injury in October 2006 and was a long-term, voluntary recipient of weekly benefits. 24 of 1999). 2. Workers Compensation Act 1987 (1987 Act) as at 1 October 2012. On 30 October 2018 … Delay in determining a claim beyond 2 months is only permitted on the basis that degree of permanent impairment is not fully ascertainable and the insurer has notified the claimant of this. Section 20 makes a principal liable to pay compensation for injured workers of a contractor if the contractor has not taken out a policy of insurance. Country: Australia - New South Wales. Workers Compensation (General) Amendment (Conciliation) Regulations 1997 (No. Subject (s): Employment accident and occupational disease benefit. 0 hits in page: First Last . Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998, State Insurance and Care Governance Act 2015, A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999, Work Health and Safety (Mines and Petroleum Sites) Act 2013, Workers Compensation Market Practice and Premiums Guidelines, Workers’ Compensation (Dust Diseases) Act 1942, Directors of uninsured employer not entitled to compensation, Workers’ Compensation (Brucellosis) Act 1979, Workers Compensation (Bush Fire, Emergency and Rescue Services) Act 1987, Application of Act in respect of coal industry, Liability of employers for injuries received by workers—general, Seafarers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1992, Recognition of determination of State of connection in another State, No compensation payable unless employment substantial contributing factor to injury, No compensation for heart attack or stroke unless nature of employment results in significantly greater risk, No compensation for psychological injury caused by reasonable actions of employer, Diseases of gradual process—employer liable, date of injury etc, Aggravation etc of diseases—employer liable, date of injury etc, Special insurance provisions relating to occupational diseases, Presumptions relating to certain employment, Presumptions relating to certain cancers—firefighters, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2012, Presumptions relating to certain employment in relation to COVID-19, Principal liable to pay compensation to workers employed by contractors in certain cases, Compensation to be apportioned where more than one injury, Further provisions concerning apportionment of liability under section 22, Determination as to which injury gave rise to compensation liability, Certain injuries not to be dealt with under sections 15 and 16, Age or residence not relevant to liability, Apportionment of payments between dependants, Weekly compensation by way of income support, Fair Work (Transitional Provisions and Consequential Amendments) Act 2009, Weekly compensation during total or partial incapacity for work, Weekly payments during first entitlement period (first 13 weeks), Weekly payments during second entitlement period (weeks 14–130), Weekly payments after second entitlement period (after week 130), Special provision for workers with highest needs, Cessation of weekly payments after 5 years, Entitlement after second entitlement period not affected by certain circumstances, Compensation for incapacity after second entitlement period resulting from surgery, Application by worker to alter amount of weekly payments, Reduction of weekly payments to qualify for other benefits, Reduction of weekly payments to prevent dual benefits, Incapacity deemed to exist in certain cases, Compensation payable despite existing incapacity, Weekly compensation payable despite holiday pay etc, Termination of weekly payments on retiring age, Weekly payments—residence outside the Commonwealth, Worker to notify return to work etc with other employer, Refund of weekly payments paid after return to work etc, Compensation for medical, hospital and rehabilitation expenses etc, Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW), Compensation for cost of medical or hospital treatment and rehabilitation etc, Worker not liable for medical, hospital and rehabilitation charges above applicable rates, Rates applicable for medical or related treatment, Rates applicable for workplace rehabilitation services, Rates applicable for car travel associated with treatment, Compensation for cost of interpreter services, Compensation for return to work assistance, Workers returning to work with new employer, Determination of degree of permanent impairment, Special provisions for psychological and psychiatric injury, Entitlement to compensation for permanent impairment, No proceedings to enter up award on agreement for compensation, Deductions for previous injuries and pre-existing conditions—operation of sections 15, 16, 17 and 22, Reimbursement for costs of medical certificate and examination, Maximum rate for damage to artificial limbs, spectacles, Adjustment of amounts of benefits according to award rate of pay index, Indexation of certain amounts—according to average weekly earnings, Indexation—compensation amount for workers with highest needs, Indexation of compensation for permanent impairment, Indexation—compensation for permanent impairment, Payments to NSW Trustee for benefit of beneficiary, Reduction of benefits where additional or alternative compensation payable, Additional or alternative compensation to which Division applies, Employer etc to notify claim or payment of additional or alternative compensation, Medical expenses compensation not to be commuted for catastrophic injuries, Commutation when worker legally incapacitated, Commutation payment taken to be payment of compensation, Nominal Insurer becomes insurer for claims, Proceedings before Commission on claim for compensation, Employer or insurer to reimburse Insurance Fund, Recovery from directors of corporations liable to reimburse Insurance Fund, Reference to worker’s employer includes fellow workers etc, The applicable substantive law for work injury claims, What constitutes injury and employment and who is employer, a State’s legislation about damages for a work related injury, Availability of action in another State not relevant, Effect of recovery of damages on compensation, Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1944, 6-months delay before commencement of court proceedings against employer for damages, Time limit for commencement of court proceedings against employer for damages, Time not to run for commencement of proceedings in certain cases, Only damages for past and future loss of earnings may be awarded, No damages unless permanent impairment of at least 15%, Calculation of past and future loss of earnings, Damages for future economic loss—discount rate, Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1965, Retrospective restoration of modified common law, Modified common law to apply from 30 June 1987, Time limit for commencement of court proceedings extended, Workers Compensation (Amendment) Act 1991, Insurance policies to cover retrospective claims, Funding of self-insurers, government employers etc for retrospective claims, Workers Compensation (Benefits) Amendment Act 1989, Recovery against both employer and stranger, Abolition of doctrine of common employment, Special provision for common law liabilities under pre-1995 policies, Workers Compensation (General) Regulation 1995, Further special insurance provisions relating to dust diseases, Designated insurer to be responsible pending resolution of dispute, Designated insurer to act for other insurers, Other insurers can make submissions as to damages, No damages for nervous shock injury to non-workers, Provisions relating to Nominal Insurer, Insurance Fund and scheme agents, Establishment and operation of Insurance Fund, Authority’s functions not limited by agency arrangement, Authority’s functions extended to scheme agents, Certain provisions extended to scheme agents, Exempt employers not required to obtain policy of insurance, Recovery of double premiums for contravention of insurance requirements, Misleading conduct by insurers and insurance intermediaries, Recovery from directors of corporation—insurance requirements, Issue of stop work order to uninsured employer, Employer—offences relating to policies of insurance, Security deposit or guarantee for payment of premium, Furnishing information for calculation of premiums, Giving false information for premium calculation, Redetermination of premium and payment of interest, Records relating to wages, contracts etc to be kept and supplied, Building and Construction Industry Long Service Payments Act 1986, Contract Cleaning Industry (Portable Long Service Leave Scheme) Act 2010, Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993, Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992, Inclusion of trust distributions as wages, Recovery of inspection costs of Authority or insurer, Employers evading payment of correct premiums, Recovery from directors of corporation evading payment of correct premium, Liability of principal contractor for unpaid premiums payable by subcontractor, Private rulings regarding workers at the request of employers, Grouping of employers for insurance purposes, Grounds for excluding employers from group, Members of group to have policies with same scheme agent and common renewal date, Joint and several liability of group members, Primary groups arising from the use of common employees, Primary groups of commonly controlled businesses, Primary groups arising from tracing of interests in corporations, Smaller primary groups subsumed by larger groups, Grouping provisions to operate independently, Special provisions for specialised insurers, Matters that may be regulated by conditions of licences, Imposition of civil penalty on or censure of licensed insurer or self-insurer, Cancellation of policies following cancellation or suspension of insurer’s licence, Assignment of policies of former insurers etc, Records and evidence relating to licences, Liabilities on Commonwealth insurers—special condition, Information and records as to business etc to be supplied to Authority by insurers, Notification to Authority of certain defaults in relation to insurers, Power of Supreme Court to deal with insurers or former insurers unable to meet liabilities etc, Exclusion of insurance brokers, agents or intermediaries, Regulation of insurers and miscellaneous provisions, Directions to insurers with respect to claims procedures, Contributions by licensed insurers to Insurance Fund, Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988, Offences for contravention of this Division, Endorsement of subsidiaries on self-insurer’s licence, Government employers covered by Government managed fund scheme to be self-insurers, Deposit required for self-insurers and former self-insurers, Assignment of policies of former self-insurers, Agreements for transfer of claims to insurers, Insurance Fund may be applied to meet claims etc of defaulting insurers, policy of insurance issued by an insolvent insurer, Workers Compensation (Benefits) Amendment Act 1991, Appointment of Authority as agent and attorney of employer and worker, Recovery of amounts under contracts or arrangements for reinsurance, Payments of workers compensation when insolvent insurer dissolved, Inspection of documents etc by person authorised by Minister, Authority may take certain legal proceedings, Meaning and application of “threshold amount”, insurer’s proportion of the threshold amount, Minister may make declaration as to significant terrorism-related liabilities, Insurers to provide Authority with information, Contributions to Terrorism Re-insurance Fund, Partial reimbursement of insurers from Terrorism Re-insurance Fund, Protection of injured workers from dismissal, Application to employer for reinstatement of dismissed injured worker, Application to Industrial Relations Commission for reinstatement order if employer does not reinstate, Order by Industrial Relations Commission for reinstatement, Disputes as to fitness—medical assessment, Continuity of service of reinstated worker, Dismissal within 6 months of injury an offence, Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) Act 2005, Enforcement of interests in certain assets and deposits in priority over Authority or Nominal Defendant prevented, Workers compensation liability with respect to staff of statutory bodies, Savings, transitional and other provisions, Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006, Employer groups—tracing of interests in corporations, Earnings for purposes of weekly payments of compensation under Division 2 of Part 3, Meaning of “pre-injury average weekly earnings”, Agreements relating to pre-injury average weekly earnings, Pre-injury average weekly earnings for short-term workers, Pre-injury average weekly earnings of apprentices, trainees and young people, Meaning of “current work capacity” and “no current work capacity”, Workmen’s Compensation (Amendment) Act 1920, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1929, Workers’ Compensation Act and Workmen’s Compensation (Broken Hill) Act (Amendment) Act 1942, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1945, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1948, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1951, Workers’ Compensation (Further Amendment) Act 1951, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1953, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1957, Workers’ Compensation (Further Amendment) Act 1960, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1964, Industrial Arbitration (Basic Wage) Amendment Act 1967, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1967, Workers’ Compensation (Dust Diseases) Amendment Act 1967, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1970, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1971, Workers’ Compensation (Insurance) Act 1973, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1975, Workers’ Compensation (Further Amendment) Act 1975, Statutory and Other Offices Remuneration Act 1975, Workers’ Compensation (Further Amendment) Act 1977, Workers’ Compensation (Rates) Amendment Act 1977, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1978, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1980, Workers’ Compensation (Rates) Amendment Act 1980, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1981, Miscellaneous Acts (Coal Mines Regulation) Repeal and Amendment Act 1982, Miscellaneous Acts (Public Finance and Audit) Repeal and Amendment Act 1983, Workers’ Compensation (Senior Police) Amendment Act 1984, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1984, Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1984, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1985, Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1986, Miscellaneous Acts (Area Health Services) Amendment Act 1986, Workers’ Compensation (Amendment) Act 1986, Workers’ Compensation (Further Amendment) Act 1986, Miscellaneous Acts (Water Administration) Amendment Act 1986, Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No 2) 1986, Coal Mines Regulation (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Construction Safety (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Dangerous Goods (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Defamation (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Factories, Shops and Industries (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Industrial Arbitration (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Mines Inspection (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Miscellaneous Acts (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Occupational Health and Safety (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Police Regulation (Superannuation) (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Public Health (Workers Compensation) Amendment Act 1987, Workers’ Compensation (Dust Diseases) Amendment Act 1987, Extended definition of worker (sec 3 (1A)), Provisions relating to liability for compensation, Application of Act irrespective of date of injury, Journey claims—changes not to apply to existing injuries, Workers Compensation (Amendment) Act 1989, Diseases of gradual process etc—“previous” employers’ liability to contribute to compensation under sec 67 of this Act, Workers Compensation Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 1994, Transitional—amendments to secs 15 and 16, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 1995, Transitional—apportionment and contribution, Restrictions on psychological injury claims, Requirement that employment be substantial contributing factor, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2002, Provisions relating to compensation payable on death, Application of Act irrespective of date of death, Amount of compensation—former Act applies in the case of deaths resulting from injuries received before commencement of Act, Provisions relating to weekly payments of compensation, Definition of “first 26 weeks of incapacity”, Former Act applies to weekly payments continuing after commencement in respect of existing injuries, Post-26 week payments covered by the former Act not affected by the, Workers Compensation (Savings and Transitional) Regulation 1992, Continuation of operation of sec 11 (2) of former Act, Continued operation of 1987 version of sec 38 (1)–(5) for injuries before 30 June 1989 and incapacity before 1993 amending Act, Workers Compensation Legislation (Amendment) Act 1994, Workers Compensation (Savings and Transitional) Regulation 1989, Operation of 1994 amending Act (secs 38, 38A, 40, 40A, 43, 43A)—injuries before 1994 amending Act, Operation of regulation relating to form of medical certificates under sec 38, Workers Compensation (General) Regulation 1987, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 1998, Reducing s 40 benefit where suitable employment refused, Redemptions under former Act for existing injuries, Commutations under section 51 for injuries received before 1998 amending Act, Amendment to section 51 by 1998 amending Act—savings, Current weekly wage rate applicable to certain workers incapacitated for work, Refund and other adjustments of weekly payments—amendments to sec 58 of this Act, Apportionment, contribution and recoveries—commuted compensation, Information to be provided at request of workers, Refund of weekly payments—amendments to sec 55 of this Act, Discontinuation of weekly payments after 2 years, Discontinuation of weekly payments after 2 years—application of 1998 amendments, Provisions relating to compensation for medical, hospital and rehabilitation expenses, Application of Act irrespective of date of treatment or service, Maximum amounts for previous treatment and service, Approvals under sec 10 of former Act continued, Worker’s liability for expenses above applicable rates, New procedure for fixing rates etc—1998 amending Act, Provisions relating to compensation for non-economic loss, Act applies irrespective of date of injury, Pain and suffering—does not apply to existing injuries, Compensation for loss not payable if awarded or paid under former Act—occupational diseases, Determination of amount of compensation for existing occupational diseases not compensated before commencement of Act, Compensation for further losses—occupational diseases, Compensation for loss (except occupational diseases) payable under former Act for existing injury, Compensation not payable in respect of new item if it resulted from existing injury, Compensation for further loss of hearing—special provision, Loss resulting both from existing injury and from injury received after commencement of this Act, Interpretation of “Table of Disabilities”, Apportionment, contribution and prior injuries, No compensation for less than 6% hearing loss, Compensation for pain and suffering resulting from loss rather than injury, Limit on costs recovery after offer of settlement, Cessation of indexation of amounts under secs 66 and 67, Proceedings for award of agreed compensation, Agreements as to proportion of compensation under sec 67 payable, Special provisions for back, neck and pelvis impairment, Reduction in lump sum compensation amounts—1996 amendments, Deduction for previous injuries and pre-existing conditions and abnormalities, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2000, 2006 amendments to section 66 relating to permanent impairment benefits, Workers Compensation Amendment (Permanent Impairment Benefits) Act 2006, Provisions relating to compensation for property damage, Application of Act irrespective of date of accident, Provisions relating to payment of benefits, Application of Act irrespective of date compensation first became payable etc, Provisions relating to notice of injury and claims for compensation, Act to apply irrespective of date of injury etc, Claims not requiring medical certificate about substantial contributing factor, Time within claim may be made—application of 3-year limit in section 65 (13) of 1998 Act, Provisions relating to conciliation officers and weekly payments of compensation, Existing disputes may be assigned to conciliation officer, Conciliation officer may direct payment in respect of existing disputes, Provisions relating to commencement of weekly payments not to apply to existing claims, Workers Compensation (Compensation Court) Amendment Act 1989, 2000 amending Act—providing copies of evidence before conciliation, Provisions relating to proceedings before commissioners and the Compensation Court, Interest before commencement of sec 19 of, Restrictions on commencement of proceedings, Restrictions on commencement of proceedings—1998 Act, Provisions relating to medical examinations and disputes, Referral to medical referee or medical panel, Compensation for costs of medical examination etc, Application of secs 134 and 135 (medical reports), Evidentiary value of certificates and reports of medical panels, Provisions relating to uninsured liability and indemnity scheme, Reimbursement of Authority for former claims, Section 148—date of operation of substitution of section, Authority’s right of subrogation for apportionment and contribution, Claims by directors against uninsured corporations, Recovery from directors of corporations liable to reimburse Authority, Provisions relating to common law remedies, Abolition of common law actions not to apply to existing injuries, Damages for economic loss in relation to injuries occurring before the commencement of Schedule 2 (2) to the, Amendments relating to “verbal threshold”, home care services and respite care, Compensation for non-economic loss—prevention of forfeiture, Loss of future earnings—gross weekly earnings, Effect of recovery of damages from employer on payment of compensation, Election to claim compensation—2000 amending Act, Form of policies of insurance under former regulations, Definition of small employer for purposes of $500 excess recoverable from employer, Exemptions from $500 excess to operate from 30 June 1985, Workers Compensation (Insurance Premiums) Regulation 1987, Workers Compensation (Insurance Premiums) Regulation 1995, Policies issued or renewed since 31 December 1986 to be assigned to new licensed insurers, Continuation of licences of self-insurers, Contributions to Insurers’ Contribution Fund—premiums received after 30 June 1985 on policies issued before that date, Policies issued or renewed before 4 pm on 30 June 1987, Savings provision—transfer of administration of Guarantee Fund from GIO to WorkCover Authority, Employer liable to pay first $500 under policy of insurance, Workers compensation policies to cover the liability arising out of certain motor accidents, Extent of cover provided by workers compensation policies issued before 1.2.90, Contributions by insurers—merger of statutory funds under, Coverage of policy—liabilities arising independently of the Act, Ownership of assets of insurer-managed statutory funds, Time limit for proceedings for failure to insure, Conduct of insurers and brokers—1996 amendments, Special provision relating to coal miners, Continuation of weekly compensation payments under former Act, Regulations to modify or disapply 1996 amendments in relation to coal miners, 2001 amendments not applicable to coal miners, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2001, Workers Compensation Legislation Further Amendment Act 2001, Miscellaneous Acts (Workers’ Compensation) Amendment Act 1984, Repeal of Act does not affect operation of savings, transitional and other provisions, Additional provisions consequent on enactment of 1998 Act and 1998 amending Act, Saving of notices of injury, claims for compensation, conciliation etc under repealed provisions of Part 4 of this Act, Application of 1998 Act provisions corresponding to repealed provisions of Part 4 of this Act (making of claims etc), Saving of appointment of existing conciliation officers and Principal Conciliator, Saving of regulations under repealed provisions of this Act, Additional provisions consequent on enactment of, Abolition of Advisory Council and OHS Council, Provisions consequent on enactment of 2001 amending Acts, Disputes concerning lump sum compensation claims, Regulations to transfer existing claims to new procedures, Special provisions for transferred claims, Transfer of claims pending in Compensation Court, False claims and recovery of overpayments, Amendments relating to common law damages, Operation of conciliation provisions—existing claims, Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998, Medical referees and panels—coal miner and existing claim matters, Matters pending before medical referees and medical panels, Provisions consequent on enactment of 2002 compliance amendments, Provisions consequent on enactment of 2003 amending Act, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2003, Reinstatement of costs provision in regulations, Workers Compensation (General) Further Amendment (Costs in Compensation Matters) Regulation 2003, Provisions consequent on enactment of 2003 trainee amendments, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Trainees) Act 2003, Provisions consequent on enactment of 2004 amending Act, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2004, Pre-1995 insurance cover and occupational diseases, Workers Compensation and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2004, Appointment of approved medical specialists, Qualifications to assess permanent impairment, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2005, Clarification of deeming provisions relating to employment of workers, Contractors under labour hire services arrangements, Increased compensation for permanent back injuries under section 66, Agreements relating to compensation for permanent impairment, Amendments as to costs made by the amending Act, Commencement of certain licensing provisions on date of assent, Transitional arrangements for allocation of work between Judges and commissioners, Repeal of Regulations relating to commissioners and review officers, Workers Compensation (Fees and Costs) Regulation 1988, Workers Compensation (Review Officers) Regulation 1987, Transfer of functions from Authority to Public Trustee, Workers’ Compensation (Brucellosis) Revival and Amendment Act 1986, Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2011, Workers Compensation Amendment (Insurance Reform) Act 2003, General transitional arrangements in relation to managed fund insurers, Certain repealed provisions continue to have effect until relevant date, Cancellation of licence of managed fund insurer, Insurance records of managed fund insurers, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2006, Bringing about common renewal date for group member’s policies: section 175G, Industrial Relations Further Amendment Act 2006, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Financial Provisions) Act 2008, Payment of contribution on premium income of Nominal Insurer, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment (Benefits) Act 2008, Workers Compensation Legislation Amendment Act 2010, Weekly payments during partial incapacity, Rates applicable for occupational rehabilitation services, Lump sum compensation to be paid before damages recovered, Appeal against decision of Commission constituted by Arbitrator, Adjustment of maximum interim medical expenses payment, Application of benefits amendments to other Workers Compensation Acts, Application of weekly payments amendments to existing claimants, Work capacity assessment of existing recipients of weekly payments, Weekly payments amendments to apply after work capacity assessment, Special provision for seriously injured workers, Special provision for workers receiving section 38 benefits, Earlier periods of incapacity not counted towards 5 year limit on payments, Medical, hospital and rehabilitation expenses, Police officers, paramedics and firefighters. 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