SIA Webinar: Overview of promoting a return to work culture

Wednesday 19 July, 2017

On behalf of the safety institute of Australia, we invite you to join us for the third installment in a series of Personal Injury Management webinars which are being held throughout 2017, in partnership with The Personal Injury Education Foundation.

This webinar will provide an overview on promoting a return to work culture.

Key Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you should be able to: 

  • Identify indicators of a healthy return to work culture
  • Influence key stakeholders in return to work
  • Explore avenues to promote and educate return to work

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 19 July 2017

Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Cost: SIA members $20 + GST | Non Members $65 + GST

Format: Webinar (login details to be provided upon registration)

*Please note: This webinar is recorded and distributed to all registered attendees, along with the presentation slides approximately 3-4 days after the webinar.

Register your attendance here

REGISTRATION: Registrations close Wednesday 12 July 2017.

Your Presenter:

LISA SCOTT

Lisa has over 30 years of experience within the Personal Injury Industry that has included a diverse range of roles including Case Management (handling all aspect of claims including determination of liability, return to work, mains/impairment claims and common law) through to being an Investigator with WorkSafe Victoria recommending fines and prosecutions for breaches of the legislation by workers, employers and service providers.

She has extensive experience in dispute management representing the Agent at the Accident Compensation Conciliation Service in her role as a legal disputes officer and a technical officer. Lisa currently provides expert advice as a subject matter expert to a wide range of stakeholders within Victoria and has excellent customer service skills.

Lisa has a passion for education within the compensation and return to work field and has extensive experience training and assessment. She was instrumental in the development and delivery and assessment of the suite of nationally recognised qualifications Cert III Cert IV and Diploma Personal Injury Management (Workers Compensation) delivered in Victoria and New South Wales whilst working with Deakin Prime and WorkSafe Victoria. Lisa has worked closely with PIEF over the past few years and has a flare for interacting with student via eLearning platforms.

KEY AREA OF EXPERTISE: WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND CLAIMS MANAGEMENT FACILITATES: PIEF VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS (CERTIFICATE IV PROGRAMS)