Accident Compensation (Access Reporting and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

Public submissions for this bill close on Friday 10 February 2023.

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About this bill

This bill requires the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) to report annually on how Māori and other population groups are accessing the accident compensation scheme, and on any identified drivers or causes of disparities in access; ensures that ACC focuses on monitoring access to the scheme by Māori and other population groups; and brings forward eligibility for the minimum rate of weekly compensation from the sixth to the second week of incapacity.

Current status

Passed first reading 22 November 2022, now with the Education and Workforce Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 10 February 2023

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill



All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 189-1
Introduced 22 November 2022
First reading 22 November 2022
Select Committee Education and Workforce Committee
Public submissions due 10 February 2023
Divided No

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