The Minister for ACC is proactively releasing the titles of documents received from MBIE.
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Titles of documents the Minister of ACC received from MBIE in 2022.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), with support from Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), is responsible for using this review framework to support, if needed, changes to the list of occupational diseases which can be covered by ACC.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is consulting on updates to the regulated payment rates for ACC treatment.
Once the consultation has closed at 5pm on 17 May 2023, we will use the suggestions submitted, alongside the ILO’s List and Safe Work Australia’s Revised Deemed Diseases List, and any others identified, to inform proposals for additions to the list of occupational diseases.
This section describes the developments in occupational disease recognition and research since Schedule 2 was last updated in 2008.
MBIE is consulting on options for updating the Review Costs Regulations, which outline the costs payable to ACC claimants who seek a review of an ACC decision.
Titles of documents the Minister of ACC received from MBIE in 2021.
On behalf of the Minister for ACC, the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment is consulting on the Minister’s proposal to increase the amounts, prescribed by regulation, that ACC is liable to pay towards the cost of rehabilitation.