Cancellation and reinstatement of your registration
Under the legislation, the Corporation is required to cancel your worker registration if you:
- are not eligible to be registered, or
- do not record any service for at least four years in a row, or
- have been paid a pro rata payment after permanently leaving the industry, or
- have asked us to cancel your registration.
The Corporation will notify you if your registration is about to be cancelled.
If we notify you that your registration is about to be cancelled because you were not eligible to register, or you did not record any service for at least four years in a row, you have the right of appeal to the independent Contract Cleaning Industry Long Service Leave Committee.
Your appeal must be lodged with the Committee within 42 days of the date of the notification of cancellation.
Reinstatement of a cancelled registration
If your registration has been cancelled because you did not record service credits for four years in a row, you can apply to have your registration reinstated.
Reinstating your registration means all your previously recorded service will count towards any future long service leave payment.
You can apply for reinstatement of your registration within six years of the date of cancellation. You will need to provide special circumstances before the Corporation can consider the reinstatement of your registration.