Comparative Performance Monitoring

The Comparative Performance Monitoring (CPM) reports provide trend analysis on work health and safety and workers’ compensation schemes operating in Australia and New Zealand.

Information in the main report and in all its supplementary material enables comparison across jurisdictions and the identification of best practice to support policy making. The report is designed to provide information to improve work health and safety, workers’ compensation and related service outcomes in Australian and New Zealand schemes through accessible reporting that monitors the comparative performance of jurisdictions over time.

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The 18th edition of the CPM report incorporates a number of the products in addition to the main report, which are designed to increase the accessibility and availability of the report findings and data.

Previous reports:

Comparison of Occupational Health and Safety Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand

The Comparison of Occupational Health and Safety Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand report was produced biennially as a companion report to the Comparative Performance Monitoring report. In 2010, the report was discontinued due to the harmonisation of work health and safety legislation in Australia.

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