Philip injured his right shoulder while working as a process worker. He underwent surgery and was left with a lifting restriction. He was referred to Return to work assist on 19 October 2011 as he was no longer employed when his workers' compensation claim was closed.Read More
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To go into the draw to win a ticket simply share with us, in 25 words or less, your best rehabilitation and return to work tip.
You can tell us your tip by posting in the comment box below this story, posting a comment on Facebook or by tweeting us on Twitter.
The competition will close on Friday 29 June 2012 and the winning entry, decided by one of our rehabilitation professionals, will be notified by email.
Please note that for delegates who have already registered for the Conference, if you win we will be unable to refund the cost of your ticket however you will be able to allocate your winning ticket to a colleague.
The one day Conference will be jam packed full of inspiring and useful keynote presentations that will give you essential tools and knowledge to take back to your workplace.
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Rehabilitation and return to work coordinators also receive three years re-registration for attending.
Good luck to all who enter the competition!
Kirsty Glen says:
Listen to both what the worker is saying and what they are not saying
Kim Elliot says:
Aim to improve workplace health and wellbeing by establishing good relationships with staff, being a good resource person and providing support.