Find an insurance agent
There are five insurance agents that provide workers compensation policies on our behalf.
They all use the same formula to calculate premiums, so you should be quoted the same basic premium rate regardless of who you choose.
However, insurance agents are differentiated by the other services they offer which also affect the overall cost.
This can include:
- their level of experience in claims management
- their strategies at improving return to work and general work health and safety (WHS).
Insurance agents do not:
- offer workers compensation premium reductions (including bundled services)
- remunerate brokers for new or renewed policies
The five insurance agents
Allianz Australia Workers' Compensation (NSW) Limited
- Phone: 1300 130 664
- Claims Fax: 1300 130 665
- Underwriting Fax: 1300
- Underwriting email: email@example.com
CGU Workers Compensation (NSW) Limited
- Phone: 1300 666 506
- Fax: (02) 9088 9709 for policy enquiries, 1800 240 387 for client services, 1300 666 406 for claims enquiries
- Email: WCNSWEnquiries@cgu.com.au for policy enquiries; firstname.lastname@example.org for client services; WCNSWclaims@cgu.com.au for claims inquiries.
- Website: www.cgu.com.au
Employers Mutual NSW Limited
- Phone: 1800 469 931 (toll free) or (02) 8251 9000
- Fax: (02) 8251 9495 for claims and injury management, (02) 8251 9496 for underwriting and credit control
- Website: www.employersmutual.com.au
- Underwriting email: UWonline@employersmutual.com.au
GIO General Limited
- Phone: 13 10 10
- Claims: 13 44 46
- Underwriting Fax: 1300 666 346
- Website: www.gio.com.au
- Underwriting email: email@example.com
QBE Workers Compensation (NSW) Limited
- Phone: 1300 377 892 or 02 9375 4444
- Fax: 02 9848 4855
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.qbe.com
Brokers provide insurance advice, and place insurance policies with an insurance agent, on behalf of employers.
A broker may assist you with:
- arranging policies
- provide advice on risk mitigation strategies relating to insurance
- the ongoing reporting of claims
- strategies aimed at reducing premium costs
All brokers are required to be licensed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)