Bringing you new case perspectives on psychological injury prevention, innovative claims management and driving effective RTW outcomes 

In recent years, the worker's compensation landscape in Australia has seen significant changes with substantial reforms to state compensation schemes. Employers have also seen the nature of injury claims shifting from physical to psychological injuries of which the number of cases has soared across all industries.

Businesses are also finding it hard to keep costs low as mental stress claims are associated with longer recovery periods and often lengthy periods of absence from work. With this shift, employers need to arm themselves with the know-how to address the changing demands of workers compensation or stand to lose billions through non-compliance, mounting claims management costs and even through absenteeism and reduced productivity.

Featuring a diverse pool of speakers drawn from the Federal and State Government and Australia’s leading organisations:

     
 
Carmel Donnelly
Executive Director,
Workers and Home Building Compensation Regulation
State Insurance Regulatory
Authority
 
Marion Nagle
Executive Director Worker Support and Health
WorkSafe Victoria
 
Louise Dubois
Group Manager Health Wellbeing and Workers Compensation
Asciano
 
Dr Ian Hosegood
Group Medical Director
Qantas
 

This two-day event will equip you with:

  • Case perspectives on how to align your mental health initiatives and workers’ compensation programs for cost-effective outcomes
  • Strategies for promoting good mental health in the workplace and early intervention measures
  • Sustainable models for improving RTW and recovery outcomes for workers and resolving disputes more efficiently 
  • Practical insights into innovating claim management process with data and analytics 
  • Analysis into bridging critical gaps in state compensation frameworks from Safe Work Australia, Comcare, WorkSafe Victoria, NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority and more 

This forum is the ideal platform for professionals who have involved in the different stages of workers compensation from mitigation to injury management and from claims management to improving claims outcomes through return-to-work programs.

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WHY ATTEND

Attend this premier conference and benefit from:

  1. Crucial tips from leading employers on how to manage compensation claims cost-effectively for psychological injuries
  2. Discover the top challenges facing workers’ compensation and injury management professionals today and strategies to overcome 
  3. Insights into avoiding non-compliance and protecting your business from costly claims pay-out 
  4. Best-practice in developing effective mental health and wellbeing workplace initiatives 
  5. Case studies on developing sustainable RTW and injury management processes

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Directors, Heads, Specialists, Managers and Advisers who are responsible for:

  • Workers Compensation
  • Injury management
  • Claims management
  • Rehabilitation
  • Return to Work
  • Occupational Health Safety
  • Health and Wellbeing

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