WorkSafe Victoria took its new public awareness campaign to eastern Victoria today to highlight the benefits of getting injured Victorians back to work sooner.
WorkSafe Victoria is helping to get injured workers back to safe work earlier through a new toolkit for employers.
A free WorkSafe workshop to help employers understand the benefits of an early and sustainable return to work for injured workers is being held next Tuesday at Dandenong.
A free workshop to give employers the tools they need to help injured people back to safe work sooner will be held in Melbourne’s west on February 16.
A free workshop aimed at providing employers with the tools and tips they need to help keep injured workers motivated during the return to work process will be held on 15 March.
The prosecution of a woman who went back to work after suffering a back injury, but kept claiming workers’ compensation benefits has prompted a WorkSafe call to do things the right way.
The winner of the 2011 WorkSafe Return to Work Coordinator Excellence award will present at a free workshop in Preston next week (29th March) as part on an ongoing effort to help get injured workers back to work.
Major back surgery arising from a workplace injury at 63 years of age would have left many facing forced retirement and an uncertain future, but not for David Smooker.
Focus on a worker’s skills and experience and not their injury is the message an injured truck driver wants to get out to employers looking to hire new staff.