The way in which we work is changing, and so too is the place, and how often we work there. Automation is increasing, new forms of work are emerging and hybrid workplaces are now commonplace. One constant though is that employees continue to be injured carrying out their work.
The 25th Annual Workers’ Compensation Summit will look at the evolving workplace and assess how current workers’ compensation schemes reflect modern times. How well do schemes cater to psychological injuries, and how effective are workplace well-being programs in preventing harm? As the political landscape changes, we will analyse WHS policy development and assess their likely impact on workers’ compensation and the health and safety of all workers, irrespective of how, when, and where they work.
Join us in Melbourne on the 28th February for pre-conference workshops, with the main summit sessions taking place on the 29th February and 1st March 2024.
Director, Workers Compensation Scheme Design, Policy and Performance, State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA)
Executive Director, Scheme Reform, WorkSafe VIC
Work Health, and Safety Commissioner, WorkSafe ACT
Executive Director, WorkSafe Tasmania
Mental Health Implementation Lead, Test & Learn, Workers Compensation, iCare
Director, Personal Injury, Haylo People
Dr David Brentnall
Managing Director, Axis
Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing, Medibank
Head of Safety and Health Service Delivery, Qantas Group
Dr Timothy Doyle
Principal Psychologist, Proof of Character
Manager, RTW & Compensation Management, Ambulance Victoria
Senior Manager Value Based Health Care, Victorian Transport Accident Commission
General Manager of Care Partnering, Australian Unity
Managing Principal, FWC Lawyers
National Manager – Premium Strategy & Analytics, Lockton Companies Australia
Healthcare Humanist, The Intelligent Rebellion
Head of Recover at Work, Goodstart Early Learning
General Manager, Injury Management, Australia Post
Managing Director, Preventure ANZ
Winitha Bonney OAM
Thought Leader in Inclusion & Leadership, Winitha.Com
Tea & Wellness Educator, A Leaf Story
CEO, EML Solutions
Head of Business & Commercial Strategy, Comtrac
Senior Safety & Wellbeing Specialist, iCare
General Manager Federal Self Insurance, EML
General Manager Victoria, EML
Director, Strategic Intelligence and Research, Strategy & Programs, SafeWork NSW
Manager, Early Intervention and Injury Management, Berry Street
CEO & Founder, Amelio Health
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