Employer Statement Training

Friday 24 MARCH 2017 - 9.00aM - 5.00PM

VENUE

East hotel
69 Canberra Avenue
Kingston, ACT 2604
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TICKETS: $550. 15% Discount available for group bookings 

The McInnes Wilson Lawyers Insurance Team invites you to participate in our 2016  Employer Statement training and an overview of AAT proceedings for rehabilitation case managers who operate under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 (Cth)

Our full day training workshop, held on Friday, 24th March 2017 will be provided by specialist in Commonwealth workers’ compensation Athena Cains, Senior Associate.
 

Athena has developed this training to assist all rehabilitation case managers and those HR professionals responsible for their agencies workers’ compensation premium to understand how liability is established under the SRC Act and how agencies can respond with influence to workers’ compensation claims. Athena’s training is aimed at empowering agencies to manage and control their workers’ compensation premiums.


The workshop aims are to:

  • Develop and enhance the capabilities of Rehabilitation Case Managers to analyse the departments liability for workers compensation claims
  • Develop and enhance the capabilities of Rehabilitation Case Managers to prepare relevant and influential employer statements in response to workers’ compensation claims
  • Develop and enhance the capabilities of Rehabilitation Case Managers to identify and gather relevant evidence in relation to workers compensation
  • Positively influence your Agency's workers’ compensation premium by providing Comcare with relevant evidence with which to make informed decisions
Learning outcomes:
  • Understand the difference between an injury and a disease under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 and how each differ in relation to causation
  • Identify issues that are relevant in determining liability under the Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988
  • Identify evidence needed to substantiate an employer response denying liability for an ‘injury’ and a ‘disease’
  • An approach ( including templates) to considering and producing an influential employer statement
  • Understanding how agencies can influence outcomes in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal