Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for organisations. Injured staff present a range of complexities that impact operations, finance, productivity, and organisational culture.
Early intervention and functional assessments of workers capacity enable organisations to identify any limitations and provide assistance where required, to address these issues before they progress to claims.
Employers who act proactively to monitor and address the health of their workers enhance workplace morale and productivity, thereby making them employers of choice.
Workplace Risk’s ‘Injury Management & Early Intervention’ workshop is structured to help management identify and manage injuries early on, understand their roles and responsibilities with regard to assisting injured staff, and help facilitate return to work outcomes.
The workshop takes a highly interactive approach that utilises a range of practical case studies, skills building activities, education based upon Workplace Risks extensive experience, and best practice implementation of essential workplace legislation.
Over the course of the workshop Workplace Risk aims to up-skill managers in: