Workplace Health

Injury Reduction Plan

With comprehensive statistical analysis we can assist your organisation to identify trends in injury source, severity, and exposure. This detailed analysis is essential to clearly understanding your organisations injury risk profile, and align effective strategies that result in injury reduction, early and better injury management.

Development of an Injury Reduction Strategy is fundamental to creating, supporting and sustaining a successful Injury Reduction Program.

Working with your management team we will facilitate a strategic planning session to define key injury reduction objectives, align current and planned initiatives with these objectives, and assist in the allocation of resources.

 

Injury Management

We provide guidance and solutions to ensure effective injury prevention at pre-employment, targeted health monitoring of your non-injured workforce, and early intervention and return to work planning for your injured workers.

Whether you have injury management systems already in place and are seeking improvement opportunities or looking to implement new processes, we will tailor practical solutions to meet your needs.

 

Corporate Health & Wellbeing

Workplace health is no longer considered just a ‘nice to have’ for organisations. Recent research has shown that workplace health programs resulted in, on average, a 25% decrease in sick leave absenteeism, 41% decrease in workers compensation costs, 24% decrease in disability management costs, and almost $6 of savings for every $1 invested in employee wellbeing.

Working with your employees to identify their unique health risks we will tailor a health and wellbeing program to enhance your current health culture and build a proactive, resilient and health conscious workforce.

 

Physical Demand Analysis and Job Dictionaries

A Physical Demand Analysis is a systematic process to quantify and evaluate the physical, cognitive, and environmental demands of the essential and non-essential tasks of a job or occupation.

Physical Demand Analysis can be used reactively for rehabilitation and return to work purposes, and proactively to prevent injuries by guiding pre-employment screening and baseline health assessments.

A job dictionary provides a comprehensive outline of all the tasks that a worker is required to perform, the frequency of the tasks, and the physical demands of each task as identified by the Physical Demand Analysis.

 

Training

It is critical your management team is aware of the requirements of the incoming Western Australian legislative changes relating to workplace musculoskeletal disorders.

Organisation will be required to demonstrate a documented and effective risk management approach to managing hazardous manual tasks.

Our training will ensure your management team is equipped with both knowledge and the process to effectively manage their health risks and meet there legislative requirements

 

Executive Reporting

Ensure your management team demonstrates effective injury reduction by delivering meaningful results to internal stakeholders.

Our extensive experience reporting to c-suite executives has assisted us to develop reporting templates that demonstrate clear and concise results. We will assist you to identify the significant lead and lag performance indicators and direct improvement initiatives accordingly.