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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 11 Hansard (16 November) . . Page.. 3640..


Block no.

$/m� pa

Block no.

$/m� pa

2009

$ 4.75

2052

$ 3.00

2008

$ 4.75

2026

$ 3.00

2007

$ 4.75

2051

$ 2.50

2006

$ 4.75

2053

$ 1.75

2005

$ 4.75

2045

$ 1.25

2022

$ 4.75

2038

$ 4.75

2031

$ 4.75

2021

$ 4.75

2029

$ 4.75

2042

$ 4.75

2024

$ 4.75

2033

$ 4.75

2002

$ 4.75

2032

$ 4.75

2001

$ 4.75

2023

$ 4.60

2027

$ 4.60

2040

$ 4.50

2037

$ 4.50

2030

$ 4.50

2041

$ 4.50

2015

$ 4.50

2046

$ 4.25

2003

$ 4.25

2043

$ 4.25

Workers compensation

(Question No 1321)

Mr Berry asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 17 October 2006 (redirected to the Attorney General):

(1) In relation to the Workers Compensation Act 1951 has the number of employees covered for Workers Compensation in the ACT remained in line with the employment trends in Canberra;

(2) Is there any evidence that employers are changing their structures and employment arrangements to reduce or avoid Workers Compensation payments;

(3) Is there any anticipated increase in liability for the Default Insurer Fund related to any such practice.

Mr Corbell

: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) Yes. Over the past 3 years the number of employee positions covered for workers compensation in the ACT private sector under the Workers Compensation Act 1951 has grown at an equivalent or faster rate than the growth in private sector employment in the ACT.


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