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Tuna farmers turning the tide in return to work management.

Sarah Duffield

An investment in occupational health, safety and welfare has paid dividends for a South Australian tuna farm.

For a South Australian tuna farming business, an investment in occupational health, safety and welfare (OHS&W) five years ago has paid dividends in reducing the instance of work injury, reducing insurance levies, and winning an award along the way. Port Lincoln based Sekol Farmed Tuna won the Small to Medium Employer Excellence Award Recovery and Return to Work Award. They were commended for their commitment to occupational healt...

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