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Workers’ Compensation: Return-to-work, Claim Management and Control

Designing transparent records with improved compensation claims, reduced disputes and increased psychological resilience

2-3 Apr 2002
Melbourne, Australia

Why You Should Attend

Workers’ Compensation: Return-to-work, Claim Management and Control

Are employees today increasingly prone to psychological stress issues that might affect their productivity and could also lead to cases of repeated claims? How do employers have a better control of managing the duration of the recovery process by getting ahead of the problem? This emphasises the need to effectively asses the root causes concerning current issues on claim management schemes and designing new tools to better evaluate specific compensation issues. Many organisations have been entrenched in the same set of established procedures concerning workers’ compensation therefore potentially missing out on new methodologies and tools which could be more cost effective for their business. Employers and employees also need to develop complete transparency and accountability between both parties in order to constantly have access and provide timely information to employers regarding their workplace injuries and help speed up their return-to-work (RTW) schedules).

Come join this training which consists of eight highly interactive, practical and informative sessions that will delve into core issues affecting a wide range of industries and companies in today’s business environment. On a micro level, it will primarily be broken up into areas concerning both the employee and employer with regards to cost-drivers, claims management, control processes and RTW schedules. From a broader perspective, the training will tackle in detail the growing concern of mental health and psychological stress in the workplace with the goal of linking it back to the dynamics and culture in the workplace by developing a more resilient workforce.


Key Topics

  • Analysing the Effectiveness of Workers’ Compensation Claim Management Schemes
  • Combating and Dealing with the Issue of Mental Health and Psychological Stress in the Workplace
  • Measuring the Cost Drivers and Recovery Process: How Much Control Do You Have?
  • Zooming in and Unmasking the Fear of Fraudulent Claims
  • Restoring Control: Enhancing the Dynamics in the Workplace
  • Previous Attendees Include

    GSRS Administrator (Iron Mountain)
    HSEQ Advisor (Fleurieu Cranes)
    Rehab Case Manager (ANSTO)
    Injury Management Coordinator (Western Sydney University)
    Occupational Health Nurse & Safety Advisor (Retail Ready Operations Aust.)
    Health and Workers Compensation Advisor (LINX Cargo Care Group)

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