Have your say
We welcome submissions on our regulatory reviews. Your feedback is important to guide and develop our regulatory approach to deliver improved insurance and compensation outcomes to the New South Wales community.
The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) is undertaking public consultation on the projects listed below and we invite you to contribute to these important regulatory updates and reforms.
List of reviews
|WCR 2016/3||Workers Compensation Regulation||Workers Compensation Regulation||Open||13 May 2016 to 14 Jun 2016|
|WCR 2016/2||Market practice and premiums guidelines and Licensed insurer business plan guidelines||Workers Compensation Regulation||Closed||16 Mar 2016 to 13 Apr 2016|
|WCR 2016/1||Regulation of pre-injury average weekly earnings (PIAWE)||Workers Compensation Regulation||Closed||24 Feb 2016 to 5 Apr 2016|
|WCR 2015/3||Self-insurance licensing framework||Workers Compensation Regulation||Closed||12 Nov 2015 to 14 Dec 2015|
|WCR 2015/2||Regulation of return to work assistance||Workers Compensation Regulation||Closed||12 Nov 2015 to 10 Dec 2015|
Workers Compensation Regulation
29 Oct 2015 to 26 Nov 2015
Providing your feedback
We prefer to receive public submissions electronically. However, if this is not possible, you can send your submission by mail to:
State Insurance Regulatory Authority
Locked Bag 2906
Lisarow NSW 2252
Your submission should be submitted no later than the published submissions deadline. Any submissions received after the published deadline will be considered at our discretion.
While there is no standard format for submissions, where possible your submission should:
- state which review you are providing feedback on
- respond to the specific issues that have been raised
- provide relevant evidence and support to the feedback provided where possible
- refer to any relevant papers or reports referenced.
Submissions made public
Publication of submissions will usually include your name and the name of the organisation, if relevant. We will remove contact details such as email addresses, postal addresses and telephone numbers.
At our discretion we may not publish certain submissions (or part of submissions) due to our assessment of length, content, appropriateness or confidentiality.
If your submission is confidential or commercially sensitive
If your submission contains confidential or commercially sensitive information that you do not wish to be published, please clearly indicate in writing at the time of your submission that you prefer it or any part of it to be treated confidentially. We will then make every effort to protect that information.
All personal information or health information provided in submissions is dealt with in accordance with the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 and the Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002.
Any requests for access to confidential submissions are dealt with in accordance with the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Confidentiality and disclosure provisions contained in the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 and the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 may also apply.