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Annotated Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation ACT 1988 by Peter Sutherland

The 11th edition of this well known reference book provides the full text of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (SRCA) current as at 1 April 2018 and annotations of Court and Tribunal decisions to 1 March 2018. The book contains an up-to-date discussion of recent litigation concerning the SRCA, including injury and disease, reasonable administrative action taken in a reasonable manner, liability for injuries arising out of, or in the course of employment, and construction of the approved Guide. It includes a list of all legislative instruments made under the Act, including those regulating the coverage of licensees under the Scheme. The 11th edition also includes a comprehensive consideration of military compensation under the SRCA, including the 1994 Military Compensation Scheme and the new DRCA Scheme, which commenced on 12 October 2017 pursuant to the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation (Defence-related Claims) Act 1988. The 11th edition will be fully relevant to military compensation by inclusion of previous historical material and Commentary on elements of the DRCA which were omitted from the SRCA on 12 October 2017.
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National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Sutherland, Peter. Annotated Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act The 11th edition of this well known reference book provides the full text of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act SRCA current as at 1 April and annotations of Court and Tribunal decisions to 1 March The book contains an up-to-date discussion of recent litigation concerning the SRCA, including "injury" and "disease", "reasonable administrative action taken in a reasonable manner", liability for injuries "arising out of, or in the course of" employment, and construction of the approved Guide.

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The 11th edition of this well known reference book provides the full text of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act SRCA current as at 1 April and annotations of Court and Tribunal decisions to 1 March The book contains an up-to-date discussion of recent litigation concerning the SRCA, including "injury" and "disease", "reasonable administrative action taken in a reasonable manner", liability for injuries "arising out of, or in the course of" employment, and construction of the approved Guide. It includes a list of all legislative instruments made under the Act, including those regulating the coverage of licensees under the Scheme. The 11th edition will be fully relevant to military compensation by inclusion of previous historical material and Commentary on elements of the DRCA which were omitted from the SRCA on 12 October Canberra barrister, Allan Anforth, will contribute an updated Practitioner's Guide aimed at claimants and their representatives.

Amendments to the SRC Regulations

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Amendments have been made to the SRC Regulations over time and they are grouped below. To view the amendments please go to the following links:. A copy of the current directions is available on The Federal Register of Legislation website at Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Directions The SRC Act allows for a variety of legislative and non-legislative instruments including declarations, guidelines, notices and licences to be made. A list of these instruments is available on the Comcare website at Legislative Instruments and Gazettal Notices under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act Important amendments and changes have been made to the SRC Act over time.

The 11th edition of this well known reference book provides the full text of the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act SRCA current as at 1 April and annotations of Court and Tribunal decisions to 1 March The book contains an up-to-date discussion of recent litigation concerning the SRCA, including "injury" and "disease", "reasonable administrative action taken in a reasonable manner", liability for injuries "arising out of, or in the course of" employment, and construction of the approved Guide. It includes a list of all legislative instruments made under the Act, including those regulating the coverage of licensees under the Scheme. The 11th edition will be fully relevant to military compensation by inclusion of previous historical material and Commentary on elements of the DRCA which were omitted from the SRCA on 12 October Canberra barrister, Allan Anforth, will contribute an updated Practitioner's Guide aimed at claimants and their representatives. It is an essential guidebook for practitioners in this area and is regarded by practitioners as the leading resource on this subject.

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  1. Many workers who suffer injury in the course of their employment are able to do alternative duties.

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