Age related discrimination – submission to Select Committee June 2018, opposing age related discrimination in the Accident Compensation Act.
An agenda for change in the forestry sector.
We recently made a request to ACC, under the Official Information Act 1982, for their policy in respect of weekly compensation when an injury resolves and the person is no longer deemed to be incapacitated, but they have then suffered a new injury which is covered by ACC. Attached is a copy of ACC’s response.
A copy of the Report of the Ministerial Inquiry into Tranz Rail Occupational Safety & Health.
The attached document outlines the amount ACC will pay for differing level of permanent whole person impairment.
If you are having any issues with receiving payment for a permanent impairment, or have any other ACC issues you want to discuss with us, contact us, or read more about the ACC related legal services we can provide.
The United Nations is preparing to conduct a review of human rights issues in New Zealand. This process is called the Universal Periodic Review, and interested parties are given the opportunity to prepare submissions for the United Nation’s consideration.
Armstrong Thompson has completed a submission addressing discrimination against hearing loss claimants in the ACC legislation. Under the Act, claimants can only be covered for noise induced hearing loss if at least six percent of their total hearing loss was caused by occupational noise exposure. There is no threshold for cover for any other injury under the Accident Compensation Act.
Here you will find key publications relating to our areas of practice, by both Armstrong Thompson and others. Also included in this section are presentations by Armstrong Thompson’s staff members. We currently have publications relating to:
- Employment law;
- Health & safety;
- Hearing loss;
Attached is a document relating to client choice of providers for ACC assessments.
A report into noise-induced hearing loss, by Professor Peter Thorne, of the University of Auckland.