16th Annual National Workers' Compensation Summit

Developing successful strategies to navigate change in Australia's Workers' Compensation system.


16th Annual National Workers' Compensation Summit 24-25 Feb 2015 Etihad Stadium, Docklands, Australia
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Now in its 16th year, the National Workers Compensation Summit proves its position among industry professionals as the premier event showcasing a variety of angles navigating change within the Workers Compensation industry. From legislation, to business case studies to the practical benefits, use and application of new ideas, the 16th annual National Workers Compensation Summit analyses recent changes to the industry and how practitioners can successfully incorporate these changes in a diverse environment. Recent changes to Comcare will be a focus as this has the ability to affect all work places across Australia, regardless of if they are single of across multiple states. In addition, the Summit will feature and afternoon stream to accommodate the increasing focus on mental health, wellbeing and bullying. Other focus sessions will discuss change management, return to work and the ageing workforce _ workers compensation issues that still create challenges for employers all across the country. The 16th annual National Workers compensation Summit will target executives and practitioners from a range of backgrounds including insurance carriers, government, health and medical services, finance, manufacturers, construction, transport, academia and business services. The National Workers' Compensation Summit will feature keynote addresses from: The Honourable Brendan OConnor MP, Shadow Minister for Employment and Workplace RelationsClare Amies, Executive Director: Insurance, Victoria WorkCover Authority

Price: 2 Day Conference (24-25 February 2015): $ 3074.50 AUD

Speakers: Mark McCabe, Commissioner, Worksafe ACT, Penny Shields, Asia Pacific Workers Compensation and Injury Manager, Serco, Catherine Jeffries, National Health and Safety Manager, Coles Liquor, Senior Executive, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Damian Poel, Senior Manager: Recovery Branch - Claims, Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Chris Jamieson, National Business Development Manager: Benefit Solutions, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Pty Ltd, Sam Fewings, Managing Director, Trinitas Group, Professor Malcolm Sim, Occupational Physician and Epidemiologist, Monash Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health, Monash University, Claire Folland, Certified Professional Ergonomist - Director, Alba Ergonomics, Robert Sams, Director, Dolphyn