FAQs for small business safety rebate
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2. Am I eligible?
- employ less than 50 employees (or full-time equivalent)
- attend an eligible SafeWork NSW event
- identify an eligible safety item that addresses your safety risks
- purchase your item and get a paid tax Invoice and receipt for payment in full (or proof of payment)
- complete and submit the application (online or by post, email)
- attach copies of your tax invoice and receipt / proof of purchase to the application
Who’s not eligible?
- businesses with more than 50 full-time employees (or equivalent).
- small businesses that have not attended an eligible SafeWork NSW event
- businesses (including sole traders) not currently conducting a business that is producing or providing goods and/or services in NSW.
- businesses not registered in NSW
- businesses not within the scope of the NSW WHS legislation
- if you or a relative are the supplier of the goods/service
- if you’re employed by the supplier of the goods/service
- have any legal interest in the supplier or the goods/service
- government agencies or businesses claiming on behalf of another business e.g. agents or consultants lodging applications on behalf of their clients.
- investment trust, managed fund, strata title scheme, subsidiary of a larger business, voluntary or a religious organisations
- SafeWork NSW employees and contractors
- small businesses claiming for more than one business/ABN.
- small businesses that have already claimed the Small Business Rebate. A business owner can only apply for the rebate once, irrespective of the number of businesses he/she may own.
- items purchased to comply with a compliance notice issued by SafeWork NSW.
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