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Workers Compensation Act 1987 No 70
Current version for 14 May 2020 to date (accessed 28 May 2020 at 03:13)
63A Rates applicable for workplace rehabilitation services
(1) The amount for which an employer is liable for any workplace rehabilitation service provided to or for the benefit of a worker is such amount as is reasonably appropriate to the service provided, having regard to the reasonable necessity for the service and any guidelines determined by the Authority by order published in the Gazette.(2) The maximum amount for which an employer is liable for any particular workplace rehabilitation service is such sum (if any) as may be fixed by the Authority in respect of that service by order published in the Gazette.(2A) An order under subsection (2) may provide for the maximum amount fixed in respect of any particular service to vary by reference to different factors of a specified kind (for example, a higher maximum amount could be fixed for a service when provided by a provider approved or accredited by the Authority).(3), (4) (Repealed)(5) The regulations may exempt an employer from liability under this Division for workplace rehabilitation services unless the services are approved in the manner, or provided in the circumstances, specified in the regulations.(6) Any amount for which an employer is liable under this Division in respect of workplace rehabilitation services may be recovered from the employer by the person who provided the service.