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The HBGW Signatory Steering Group (SSG) has continued to expand its reach and membership since the group’s inception in early 2015. Workplaces have the greatest impact on people’s ability to access the HBGW and it is this evidence based thinking that sees the SSG focus on industry engagement by promoting both the health and financial benefits of good work.
This session will provide an update on the Royal Australasian College of Physicians’ campaign across Australia and New Zealand, the launch of the updated HBGW Consensus Statement, the workplan of the SSG for 2017 and how organisations can become involved. You will hear how mechanisms to demonstrate the financial ROI can further support your HBGW business case along with insights from recent signatory, employer and union focused SSG forums.
Director, MTC Australia, NSW Advisory Manager, Xchanging and Chair of the Australian HBGW SSG
Suzanne is a recognised industry expert in the field of personal injury across workers compensation and income protection, risk profiling and claims management. She is a non-executive director of a large social enterprise and chair of a national industry steering group, both with a focus on workplace participation.
Suzanne has extensive experience in workers compensation and recovery at work at a policy level, as a physiotherapy clinician and as an independent consultant to NSW WorkCover. She enjoys close ties with academia and a track record of converting university research into evidence based practice in a number of commercial applications. She pioneered the industry practice known as ‘work conditioning’ combining the expertise of exercise physiologists and physiotherapists to increase physical and mental capacity and fitness for work following injury and illness (Fit for Work 1990 – 2002). The Fit for Work model was widely adopted in clinical practice and significantly influenced insurer practices. Throughout her career, Suzanne has been a passionate advocate for maximising people’s capacity through evidence based intervention that allows them to access the health benefits of good work
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