This page offers some job task analyses for particular roles to help facilitate and develop a suitable duties program for injured workers. The return to work checklists can be given to the worker's treating medical practitioner to help them identify opportunities for their patient to return to work safely. Read more about Resources to coordinate return to work
Safe and healthy business is good business - it can increase worker productivity and morale, reduce injuries and their associated costs to your business and enhance your reputation with customers and the community. Read more about Organisational systems benchmarking tool
Getting back to work is an important step in recovering from a work-related injury. This A4 printable poster tells workers what to do if they are injured at work, and explains the importance of staying at work or returning to work following injury. Read more about If you are injured at work poster
Are there tasks in your organisation that may lead to a physical or psychosocial injury? People at Work is a free psychosocial risk assessment tool you can use to identify, prevent, manage and evaluate risks that could lead to poor psychological health. Read more about People at Work Project
- Last updated
- 23 March 2014
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