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Introduction to WorkCover WA - an information session for stakeholders

 
Event date:
26/2/2010

Event title:
Introduction to WorkCover WA - an information session for stakeholders

Event location:

WorkCover WA Conference Room
2 Bedbrook Place Shenton Park

Event time: 09:30AM - 11:30AM

Event description:

Are you unsure about WorkCover WA's role in the workers' compensation and injury management scheme?

WorkCover WA runs quarterly information session to introduce external stakeholders to the Agency.

The two hour session introduces participants to the functions of WorkCover WA, our divisions and our people and is ideal for anyone who wants a better understanding of the role of WorkCover WA. The session covers functions including:

Scheme Development who provide policy advice and monitor scheme performance

Standards and Monitoring who approve and monitor service providers, such as insurers, self-insurers, approved medical specialists and approved vocational rehabilitation providers

Compliance Services who enforce the legislative obligations of employers

Scheme Information Services who record claim and policy data

Education and Information Services who develop and publish information resources and conduct information seminars to raise awareness of workers’ compensation and injury management

Advisory Services who provide information and assistance to all parties via telephone, email and counter service

Customer Assistance Unit who provide guidance to all parties in relation to claim issues, assistance with resolving issues and assistance in completing applications to the Dispute Resolution Directorate

Dispute Resolution Directorate which provides an independent dispute resolution service

Audience:
Any stakeholder that has a role in the workers' compensation and injury management scheme and would like to know more about WorkCover WA.

Further information:
Setting aside two hours to learn about our functions, our divisions and our people - and to let us know how we can help you - may save you time in the future.


Due to the popularity of the Introduction to WorkCover WA, the February session is now fully booked. To avoid disappointment, register your interest for the May session now. The date will be confirmed in March 2010. To register your interest, call the Education and Information Branch on 9388 5502 or email educationandinformation@workcover.wa.gov.au



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