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The Seacare Annual Report 2012-13 was tabled in Parliament on 31 October 2013 and is now publicly available.
Seacare Notice 05/2013 details the current ceiling on weekly incapacity payments after the first 45 weeks pursuant to subsection 31(7) of the Seafarers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1992.
Seacare Notice 03/2013 revokes and replaces Seacare Notice 05/2012 issued on 13 June 2012. An incorrect WPI figure was used in Seacare Notice 05/2012 to calculate the indexation of sections 29(3) – 29(5). Notice 03/2013 provides the corrected figures to be used under these sections.
Seacare Notice 04/2013 provides the WPI and CPI factors to be applied in accordance with sections 23 and 23A of the Seafarers Act.
On 20 May 2013, the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten released the report of the Review of the Seacare scheme.This notice provides an overview of the terms of reference and provides a comment from the Chairperson of the Seacare Authority, Mr David Sterrett.
The Seacare Authority is currently revising its website to ensure that information is easy to locate and access. Stage one of this update is to create a single page for all our forms and publications.
This notice details the current ceiling on weekly incapacity payments after the first 45 weeks pursuant to subsection 31(7) of the Seafarers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1992.
The latest issue of Seacare News is now available. Seacare News provides information on industry-related news, events, legislative changes and publication updates.
On 16 October 2012, the Minister for Education and Workplace Relations, the Hon Bill Shorten MP announced a review of the Seacare scheme. This notice provides an overview of the terms of reference and provides a comment from the Chairperson of the Seacare Authority, Mr David Sterrett.
The Seacare Authority and AMSA have collaborated to develop both a new Memorandum of Understanding, which covers the entities respective roles under the Occupational Health and Safety (Maritime Industry) Act 1993 and an OHS Regulation Policy to promote best practice OHS in the maritime industry.
This notice informs maritime industry organisations and other interested parties about the impact of the Coastal Trading Reform package on the Seacare jurisdiction.