Service Review Handbook

Service Review Handbook

Service reviews

Section: Overview

Overview

Missing service is any service you have worked as an eligible employee which is not reflected in your Statement of Service held by Coal LSL.

If you believe your service history is missing periods of qualifying service, you can apply to have this matter assessed by Coal LSL.

Section: Eligibility to apply

Eligibility to apply

Depending on the period of qualifying service and your current service history record as held by Coal LSL, different criteria must be met before applying for an investigation into possible missing service.

To accrue a black coal mining industry long service entitlement, you must be considered an eligible employee as prescribed by the Coal Mining Industry (Long Service Leave) Administration Act 1992 (the Administration Act). Under section four of the Administration Act, an eligible employee is defined as:

  • an employee who is employed in the black coal mining industry by an employer engaged in the black coal mining industry, whose duties are directly connected with the day to day operation of a black coal mine; or
  • an employee who is employed in the black coal mining industry, whose duties are carried out at or about a place where black coal is mined and are directly connected with the day to day operation of a black coal mine; or
  • an employee permanently employed with a mine rescue service for the purposes of the black coal mining industry; or
  • a prescribed person who is employed in the black coal mining industry; but does not include a person declared by the regulations not to be an eligible employee for the purposes of this Act.
Section: Questions and support

Further questions

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