Workers Compensation Commission of New South Wales
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The Workers Compensation Commission of New South Wales is a tribunal in the Australian State of New South Wales. It has unlimited jurisdiction within the state in workers compensation matters.
It was re-established on 1 August 1998 replacing the Compensation Court of New South Wales for most workers compensation matters. Jurisdiction in respect of the injury of police and miners was transferred to the District Court of New South Wales. Common law claims continue to remain the common law courts.
The Commission is presided over by a judge, called a President, and is appointed by the Governor of New South Wales on the recommendation of the Attorney General of New South Wales. The President is the head of the Commission and determines appeals and questions of law. The President also appoints the Commission approved medical specialists and mediators. The current President is the Hon. Judge Greg Keating.
The President is supported by two Deputy Presidents, who also hear appeals and are appointed by the Attorney General. The current two deputy presidents are Mr Bill Roche and Mr Kevin O'Grady.〔
The Registrar oversees the day-to-day operations of the Commission and makes decisions about certain disputes. Arbitrators are decision makers who are independent of the worker, employer, insurer, or any other party involved in a dispute.〔
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