(1) The holder of a certificate of competency that is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed may apply to WorkCover for a replacement certificate.(2) The application:(a) must be in the approved form, and(b) must be accompanied by a statutory declaration by the applicant that explains how, or the circumstances in which, the certificate was lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and(c) must be accompanied by the fee fixed for the time being by WorkCover to cover expenses in connection with issue of replacement certificates.(3) WorkCover may issue a replacement certificate if satisfied that the applicant’s certificate of competency has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.(4) If an application is refused, WorkCover must ensure that written notice of the refusal, and of the reasons for the refusal, are given to the applicant.(5) The holder of a certificate of competency that is replaced under this clause:(a) must surrender the original certificate if it is recovered, or(b) in the case of a damaged certificate that is replaced, must surrender the damaged certificate.
Maximum penalty (subclause (5)): Level 1.