Company Overview of Transport Accident Commission
Transport Accident Commission pays for treatment and support services for people injured in transport accidents in Australia. It operates the transport accident compensation scheme for Victorians who are injured or die as a result of a transport accident. The company covers transport accidents directly caused by the driving of a car, motorcycle, bus, train, or tram. It pays for various treatments and services, such as ambulance services, surgery and medical visits, medicines, therapies, and nursing visits. The company also provides support services for people injured in a transport accident as a driver, passenger, pedestrian, motorcyclist, or cyclist. Its support services include income supp...
60 Brougham Street
Geelong, VIC 3220
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for Transport Accident Commission
Chief Finance Officer and Head of Financial & Corporate Services
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Executive General Manager of Finance and Strategy
Head of Health and Disability Strategy Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Transport Accident Commission Key Developments
Transport Accident Commission Announces Executive Appointments
Aug 12 16
The Andrews Labor Government announced the appointment of two new directors to the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) Board. Julia Mason and Louisa Hudson joined the Board, bringing with them a wealth of experience in strategy, safety, legal and finance. Julia Mason is the Executive Officer of the National Stem Cell Foundation of Australia. Louisa Hudson is the Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at NAB. Its roles include safeguarding the assets of the TAC scheme, ensuring the reliability of financial reports and compliance with all relevant laws.
Transport Accident Commission Announces Two New Board Appointments
Sep 5 15
The Minister for Finance, Robin Scott and the Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan have announced the appointment of two new directors to the Transport Accident Commission Board. Mr. Colin Radford and Dr. Tien Kieu joined the TAC Board, bringing with them a wealth of skills developed in prominent public service, corporate and academic roles. Mr. Radford has worked in a number of senior roles within the Victorian Government sector, including as Head of Community Relations at the TAC. He is a partner in the consulting practice of ShineWing Australia and has also worked as Public Sector Leader (Victoria) for consulting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Dr. Kieu has a background in both academia and the corporate sector and is currently an Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University with a background in science and mathematics. The Board is responsible for the governance of the TAC s operations, ensuring the scheme is managed efficiently and to the maximum benefit of the people of Victoria. Its roles include safeguarding the assets of the TAC scheme, ensuring the reliability of financial reports and compliance with all relevant laws. The new appointments bring the number of non-executive TAC directors to eight, including the Chair.
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