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A certificate of currency provides evidence of an employer maintaining a current policy of workers compensation insurance. The certificate shows current WorkCover industry classifications, the number of workers, estimated wages and the policy period covered.
The certificate of currency can be issued for a period up to 12 months, however it cannot extend beyond the expiry date of the current workers compensation insurance policy. You will need to request a new certificate of currency when you take out or renew a policy.
NSW certificates of currency are valid for up to 12 months, depending on the expiry date of the workers compensation insurance policy.
A Scheme Agent may issue a certificate of currency only where an employer:
Exempt employers are not eligible for a certificate of currency.
Contact your Scheme Agent by fax or email with your written request. Your request should confirm the details of your estimate of wages, employee and contractor numbers and your business activity.
Call 13 10 50 for more information about certificates of currency.