Breaking it down: Workers’ Compensation Financial Claims Management
Bodycare Public Course – Half day session
Understand how the decisions you make are impacting your bottom line.
When: Thursday the 17th of August
Where: Bodycare Head Office Level 1, 48 Cecil Street, Southbank, Melbourne
Time: 9.00AM to 12.30PM
Cost: $260 ex GST per person
Workers’ Compensation in Australia is a complex beast which is forever evolving. To stay ahead of the curve and keep workers compensation costs to a minimum, organisation need to have a comprehensive understanding of how the system works, how to reduce costs and how to effectively manage claims.
With this in mind, we have designed a course specifically for Return to Work and Safety professionals who are responsibile for overseeing workers compensation claims for their organisation.
This course will provide you with practical strategies and techniques to help you achieve positive RTW and claim outcomes. The session will explore how having a ‘best practice’ injury management approach positively impacts the claim process, in turn, leading to effective claims management and improved premium performance.
Attendees are invited to bring along their most recent premium notice for analysis and discussion.
- National workers’ compensation landscape and market update
- Understanding how premiums are calculated and what you can do to drive costs down
- How to prevent claims costs from escalating
- 10 principles of financial claims management
- Tips for best practice injury management in your organisation
Who should attend: Anyone who has responsibility or ownership of workers’ compensation for their organisation. Particularly WorkCover Managers, HR Managers, RTW Professionals, Senior Case Managers and Safety Professionals
What’s included: Two experienced facilitators, morning tea and course support document
To RSVP, complete the online registration form below.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rhys is a senior business development and risk management professional with more than 10 years’ experience working within Australian businesses to mitigate their workplace risk exposures. Rhys specialises in the areas of workers’ compensation, safety and wellness.
Lucilla has post graduate qualifications in health and safety management and has worked in Occupational Health in a variety of industries including manufacturing, mining and construction. Lucilla is passionate about occupational health and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Occupational Health committee.