Articles by ‘Sarah Duffield’
An investment in occupational health, safety and welfare has paid dividends for a South Australian tuna farm.
For employers looking to increase productivity and reduce sick days, a workplace wellness program could be the answer.
Hear from two return to work and rehabilitation experts with tips to help the rehab and RTW process.
A worker has several months off work after experiencing acute back pain. Her eventual return to work was not successful, with frequent aggravation of symptoms resulting in inconsistent working...
An injured worker, with knee injuries and heart condition, is made redundant and has to deal with the concern that no other employer will take him on.
An admin officer developed acute back pain after several weeks of 'niggling' soreness. Questioning the work relatedness of the back pain doubled the costs.
A long standing employee sustained a significant knee injury at work. Effective coordination and rehabilitation would have changed his life.
A project manager develops an overuse injury and is still on part-time restricted duties after many months.
A machine operator who already has minimal work restrictions experiences another injury, this time resulting in ongoing soreness, coupled with anxiety and distress. The result is an extended...