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18th Annual National Workers’ Compensation Summit

Australia’s leading platform for legislative updates and business case studies in the realm of workers’ compensation.
27 – 28 February 2017 | Pullman, Albert Park, Melbourne

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Corporate, Govt Regulators and NFP rates available - See pricing below

overview

The National Workers’ Compensation Summit returns for its 18th instalment in 2017, once again serving as Australia’s premier platform for legislative updates and business case studies in the realm of workers’ compensation.

With perspectives from Federal and State Government, the Summit will analyse key topics such as:

  • Overview and update of current regulations
  • Innovative approaches to injury prevention and risk management – creating a safer and healthier workplace
  • Adapting technology to support the RTW & claims management process
  • Addressing mental health and wellbeing challenges in the workplace
  • Developing successful RTW & Injury Management procedures
  • Creating a compliant and fit for purpose claims process
  • Discussing key factors for the development of successful workers’ compensation schemes nationwide

The Summit will unite executives and practitioners from a range of backgrounds including insurance carriers, government, health and medical services, finance, manufacturers, construction, transport, academia and business services.

Workshops

Wednesday 1st March 2017

Workshop A:  Assessing and managing OHS in high risk environments | 9am-12pm

  • Looking at ways to improve OHS & reduce risk
  • Innovative methods to reduce the need for workers’ compensation claims across sectors
  • Case studies of successful structures

Dr Rob McCartney, Occupational Physician, Resile

 

Workshop B:  We Can Do Better: Maximizing results by focusing on what you can control | 1pm-4pm

Over the last 20 years, return to work rates have been flat, primary and secondary psychological claiming has become significant, and we still feel like we’re trying to swim up a waterfall. Clearly what we’ve been doing hasn’t produced the intended results.

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will focus on the unintended consequences of our attempt to control everything in the claims environment, and then identify the 15% of our work where there is a genuine opportunity to make a difference. We will explore effective interventions that will maximise results in our personal zone of control, and take a look at the impact of implementation of these interventions across the participant’s organisations.

Robert Aubach, Consultant, Uncommon Approach

speakers

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Deborah Glass

Victorian Ombudsman

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Shane O’Dea

Executive Director, Insurance, WorkSafe Victoria

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Mark Daniels

Nation Business Development Manager, Gallagher Bassett

Gaye Searancke

Chief Governance & Strategy Officer, ACC

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Helen Barker

National Operations Manager, Workplace Health Association Australia

Alasdair Grant

General Manager – Client Relations, Recovery Partners

Bryce Stuart

Logistics Manager, Woolworths

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Robert Aubach

Consultant, Uncommon Approach on behalf of eReports

Natasha Jager

National Manager Workplace Services, ADF

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Margo Field

CEO, Work Healthy Australia

Aidan Brophy

General Manager, Gallagher Bassett

Lucas Kowalski

Service & Capability Manager, Gallagher Bassett

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Neil Betteridge

Vice President, Strategy, Guidewire Software

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Ruth Fisk

Global Insurance Director, Hyland

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Rebecca Formosa

Rebecca Formosa, Principal Advisor - Safety & Workers Compensation, Queensland Police Service

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Tony Middlebrook

General Manager of Insurance, Comcare

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Natalie Schultz

Injury Management Specialist, Virgin Australia

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Robert Sams

Director, Dolphyn

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Anthony Lean

CEO, State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA)

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Oscar Yildiz

CEO, Bully Zero Foundation

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John Darcy

Manager OHS Unit, Master Builder Association of Victoria

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Julie Rae

National Program Manager Knowledge & Information, ADF

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Gabrielle Kelly

Director Wellbeing and Resilience Centre, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute SAHMRI

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Trudy Minett

Director Strategic Projects & Initiatives, ReturnToWorkSA

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Shauna McGarry

Queensland Police Service

Larissa Meysner

Manager Psychological Services (WA), PeopleSense by Altius

Jason Vella

Psychological Services Manager, Injury Treatment

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Dr Angus Forbes

Occupational Physician, Independent Medical Opinion

contact

Still have a question?

Jamie Birch
Conference Producer
+61 (02) 9080 4360
Jamie.birch@informa.com

Paul Towle
Sponsorship Manager
+61 2 9080 4422
Paul.Towle@informa.com.au

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