New edition of the WorkCover WA Guidelines for the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment
WorkCover WA has issued the WorkCover WA Guidelines for the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, fourth edition with an operational date of 1 December 2016. For more information click the image.
Recovering at work is the best medicine
General Practitioners – did you know long term absence from work can have an adverse impact on the mental and physical health of your patients? For information on how to engage injured workers about an early and safe return to work click here.
Your words are vital!
The information you provide on certificates matters. Explanatory notes are available here.
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Despite the best intentions, your patient’s return to work program may not always progress as expected. In these instances, you may feel that specialised support will help them to get back to work. ... Read More »
On 3 and 4 May 2017, 350 Western Australian workers’ compensation and injury management professionals will come together at Pan Pacific Hotel in Perth to discuss return to work challenges, best pra... Read More »
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