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calculate your premium

You’ll find information here about how to estimate your premium, premium rates, declaring wages, incentives and premium adjustments, payment dates, and premium disputes.

The premium you pay will depend on a number of factors including the industry you're in, the size of your business and any incentives, discounts or other adjustments. If you're an experience-rated employer your premium will also be impacted by the cost of claims for injured workers.

  • premium estimator

    Use this tool to estimate your workers insurance premiums.

  • premiums

    The workers insurance premium rate you pay is determined by a number of factors, including the classification of your business or industry.

  • declaring wages

    To help calculate your premiums, you must declare annual wages at least once a year to your insurance agent.

  • incentives and premium adjustments

    There’s a number of incentives, discounts and other premium adjustments that can affect your premium.

  • payment dates

    Payment dates depend on when you start your policy. If your basic tariff premium is greater than $1000, you can pay by instalments.

  • premium disputes

    We can assist with premium disputes if you can’t resolve it with your insurance agent.

  • loss prevention and recovery

    Find out about this new product for large employers.