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Contents (2011 - 37)
Workers Compensation Regulation 2010
Repealed version for 30 June 2016 to 31 August 2016 (accessed 23 November 2017 at 03:51)
Part 5
Part 5 Weekly compensation
12   Notice of requirement to obtain suitable employment from other person
(1)  A notice under section 38A (3) of the 1987 Act:
(a)  may be based on the model form (if any) set out in the claims procedures referred to in section 38A (3) (d) of the 1987 Act, and
(b)  may include additional information and explanatory matter to assist in the understanding of the notice, and
(c)  may be varied or replaced by a further notice given to the worker in accordance with section 38A (3) of the 1987 Act.
(2)  Reminder copies of a notice under section 38A (3) of the 1987 Act may be given to the worker concerned from time to time.
(3)  A notice given to a worker in accordance with section 38A (3) of the 1987 Act is sufficient notice for any further period of unemployment in respect of the same injury.
(4)  In the case of any worker:
(a)  who, before the commencement of Schedule 1 to the Workers Compensation Legislation (Amendment) Act 1994, was at the same time both partially incapacitated for work as the result of an injury and unemployed, and
(b)  who is, as at or at any time after that commencement, both partially incapacitated for work as the result of that injury and unemployed,
the requirement under section 38A (2) (d) of the 1987 Act applies regardless of whether the worker has been notified in accordance with section 38A (3) of the 1987 Act.
13   Computation of average weekly earnings
For the purposes of section 43 (2) of the 1987 Act, the period of 14 days is prescribed in relation to any request made on or after 1 November 2006.