26 March 2020
26 March 2020
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Workers compensation legislation and employer obligations are complex and can be difficult to understand. Issues can arise in any part of the compensation landscape; from the question of who, and what, is covered in your wages declaration through to making certain that your return to work policy and plans conform with the regulator’s requirements.
Most employers know that workers compensation claims place heavy burdens on them, both financially and from a productivity perspective. They also know that managing a claim can be a fraught process.
So AFEI, in conjunction with our workers compensation consultant, Chris Harrington from Inigma Group, are presenting this workshop to outline the fundamentals of NSW workers compensation laws and to work through some practical solutions to claims management. The workshop will cover:
- Employer obligations, including return to work
- Employer interaction with the other ‘key players’ ( icare, EML, treating doctors, rehabilitation providers) in the workers compensation scheme
- Roles and responsibilities of the ‘key players’
- The meaning of suitable duties
- Understanding claims impact on premiums
- The injury management process
In this workshop Chris Harrington will share his insights on managing workers compensation claims and discuss practical solutions.
We encourage you to bring issues or problems you are currently confronting for discussion to this workshop.
Book now to learn more!
Who should attend
This workshop is suitable for business owners, managers responsible for workers compensation and human resource/payroll personnel who want to get their head around this complex area, with a focus on the workers compensation laws that operate in New South Wales.
A Certificate of Attendance will be issued at the completion of the workshop.
Duration & Venue
Duration: Half Day: 9.00am – 12.30pm
Venue: AFEI, Level 2, 97-99 Bathurst Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Fee (GST Free)
Member Fee: AUD $290
Non Member Fee: AUD $350
Fee includes morning and afternoon tea, light lunch and course materials.