If your matter does not resolve it will proceed to a hearing. Hearings are formal and conducted in a court room. Witnesses are called, documents are tendered as evidence, and parties make submissions. For more information about a hearing, and how to prepare for one, see "Part 7: Hearings" of the Workers' compensation appeal guide.
You must ensure that all oral evidence, documentation and/or other material on which you intend to rely at the hearing is ready to be presented at the hearing. Any documentation/material not presented at the hearing will not be "in evidence" and will not be considered by the member when deciding your appeal.
After the hearing has finished the member who heard your matter will write a decision with reasons for that decision. Currently members of the Commission aim to have their decisions completed within three months of the last date on which the parties appeared before the Commission.