Join us for a webinar on Tuesday 14th May 2019 at 3pm AEST
Research and anecdotal evidence indicates that at a national level self insurers have better return to work results than other similar sized organisations. Robin Shaw, the Manager Self Insurers of South Australia and Deputy Chair National Council of Self Insurers, will outline the impact of:
• The business case for self-insurance
• Self-insurance as a driver of workplace wellness, safety and management accountability
• Enhanced communication with an in-house case and claims management team
• Transparency of claims costs
• Being able to better coordinate case and claims management
Manager, Self Insurers of SA Inc (SISA) - since 2006
Deputy Chair & Secretary, National Council of Self Insurers (Australia) - 2007-2013
Robin has 26 years’ experience in statutory insurance - 12 years with WorkCover, 2 years with the Motor Accident Commission and over 12 years at SISA. He has experience in:
• Claims management
• Self insurance
• Legislation and policy
• Scheme design
• Internal audit, risk management & disaster recovery programs
• Relationships with authorities, professions and stakeholders
Robin has served on Ministerial advisory committees on workers compensation and related matters. He holds a Certificate in Management from Adelaide University, a BA from Flinders University and qualifications in training, work health & safety, rehabilitation and injury management.
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$25 for non-members
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