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Issue 384 - 7 November 2013

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Taking a proactive approach to prevention, rehabilitation & retention

Akolade is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Injury Management and Return to Work conference taking place on 17-19 February 2014 at Sir Stamford Circular Quay in Sydney.

This case study driven event will delve deeper into the roots of injury management and showcase proven strategies in injury prevention techniques to assist employees return to work quickly and proactively.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Best practices in injury management and RTW programs
  • Effective leadership programs
  • Work Health and Safety Act
  • A proactive approach to injury management processes
  • Claims management
  • Processes involved with self-insurance licence
  • Psychological and stress injury management
  • Achieve sustainable return to work outcomes
  • Manage complex injury claims

Benefits from attending the 2nd Annual Injury Management and Return to Work are:

  • Learn how to successfully achieve sustainable return to work outcomes
  • Compliment and support a safe workplace culture
  • Reduce the tangible and intangible cost of injury
  • Balance the risk of injuries with commercial business needs
  • Leverage workplace health and safety to improve bottom line performance

Endorsed by:

Glynn Nicholas Group
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