Category nine – Best rehabilitation and return to work management system
This award recognises an employer’s outstanding efforts and continuous improvement of rehabilitation and return to work by implementing an effective injury management system.
Entries for this award may include rehabilitation and return to work systems that address stay at/return to work and injury reporting procedures, consultation, training, supervision, workplace culture, management commitment, and other elements to manage rehabilitation and return to work. To be eligible for this award, you must be an employer insured with WorkCover Queensland or a self-insurer in the Queensland workers' compensation scheme, and have contributed to the successful rehabilitation and stay at/return to work of injured workers.
Don't forget! Check the criteria for category eleven, Best demonstrated leadership in return to work, and keep these in mind when you’re preparing your entry.
Finalists for category eleven will be nominated by the judging panels for categories eight to ten, with all entries that demonstrate strong leadership in return to work eligible for nomination.
View the category nine example entry. (PDF, 558.85 KB)
(Note: This information is in the online entry form)
|Entry criteria|| Use these questions to help write your response|
(Handy hint - they correspond to each judging criteria)
Key elements of the rehabilitation and return to work management system
What initiatives are in place to ensure the workplace has a strong return to work culture?
Has your organisation experienced large success in improving rehabilitation and return to work outcomes? If so, what initiative was undertaken to lead to this achievement?
Provide one detailed example that demonstrates the success of your injury management system and how your organisation contributed to successful stay at/return to work outcomes for an injured worker.
Responses to this question should illustrate the practices outlined in criteria one to three above. Stories may be de-identified.
- Last updated
- 20 April 2020