I'm possibly going to use four casual workers to paint a pitched roof and therefore will make use of fall arrest equipment (already sorted). This is a one time job - not an official business. What do... [read more]
It’s essential to keep records of all of your transactions with COID. This will help you prove how often your employees need compensation and what they claimed for. It will also prove you comply... [read more]
If your employee has an accident at work that leads to a serious and permanent disability COID will give him disability compensation.
If the disability is really serious and impacts his life and... [read more]
COID will give your employees compensation if they suffer a serious injury while at work. This is generally very simple. But when it comes to injuries that permanently affect your employee, it... [read more]
Wayne works in the crane on your construction site. He’s very careful about his safety and you never worry about him. That’s until one day a storm starts while he’s working. He starts to climb... [read more]
Every company must register with COID. They must also submit their Statement of Earnings and then pay their COID assessment tariffs each year.
But there’s one more thing they must have: A Letter... [read more]
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