Working with TAC clients

Find out what you need to know about working with TAC clients.


In this section you'll find an A to Z list of TAC guidelines for health and service providers dealing with a person injured in a transport accident.  Broken down into industry categories, this section contains all the information you need to know about working with the TAC.

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Clinical resources

This section contains a range of clinical tools and information to assist you in providing treatment to a person with a transport related injury, including the clinical framework for the delivery of health services. See the latest health research as well as the evidence reviews on treatment choices here.

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Medical assessments and examinations

The TAC uses a range of assessments to conduct examinations to determine a client's possible entitlement or supports following a transport accident.

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Certificate of Capacity

Information you provide on a TAC certificate of capacity helps us make claim related decisions to better support your patient's independence, recovery and return to work.

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Returning to work

Helping your patient return to work can reduce the social and financial impact on their life and wellbeing, and increase the likelihood of a timely recovery.

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Locate a health or service provider

Here you'll find a list of home help or attendant care providers. You can also access contact details of  physiotherapists, occupational therapists and pain management providers who have skills and experience in treating TAC clients.

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