Insurance - Public Service Association


As a PSA member, you are automatically covered by a number of insurance policies.

PSA Benefit Breakdown – FAQ for Journey Insurance, Accidental Insurance (Personal Injury [Member] and Personal Injury [Family]

Journey Insurance

The PSA has taken out a journey insurance policy for all its financial members in the wake of the State Government’s slashing of workers compensation benefits in 2012. The PSA’s journey insurance policy can provide salary compensation with weekly injury benefits – 85% of salary up to $2000 for up to 104 weeks if you are injured whilst actually engaged in direct travel to or from normal place of residence to or from your place of employment.



    Accidental Insurance

    Personal Injury (Members)

    As a PSA member you automatically have personal injury cover included in your subscription fee.

    Personal Injury (Family)

    As a PSA member, you automatically have personal injury cover the cost of which is included in your subscription fee.  If you wish to have additional family coverage, the form is listed below.

    The additional annual cost for the Family Extension cover is $11.00 (including Stamp Duty & GST). This cost is fixed regardless of the number of Insured Persons.

    Please read the policy schedule in conjunction with the Policy Wording and PDS.

    Member Benefits

    Our valued member benefits support program.

    Union Membership - Unity Strength Respect

    As a union member, you are part of Australia’s biggest social movement. Your union’s strength lies in its size; the more voices we have, the greater our power to bargain for better pay, conditions and benefits. Join your union today.

    • Collective strength; being a union member gives you a stronger voice when dealing with your employer
    • Standing up for your job: the PSA campaigns for a better-funded, strong public service
    • Journey insurance; get protection to and from work
    • Member benefits: get great discounts on a wide range of products and services
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