Injury Prevention, Management & Return To Work Plans

Manage aches and pains, before they progress to injuries and time off by providing a therapist onsite at your workplace or we can help with return to work programs for injured workers.

Call us today and start getting the most out of your employees.

Injury Prevention, Early Intervention And Return To Work

Having a health professional visit your worksite or office regularly to help ease aches and pains, improve injuries or manage return to work plans is a win for your workers and for your business.

Our team can assist your manufacturing and construction workers in delivering onsite preventative wellbeing programs that are tailored to suit your needs. This includes pre-start work sessions and onsite training. We also offer onsite physical therapy that enables workers to access early intervention treatment to enable an early diagnosis and implement modified work duties.

Onsite physical therapy such as osteopathy and physiotherapist can assist your business in delivering educational and wellbeing services as well as early intervention treatment to prevent aches and pains for for office workers and professionals Our team of osteopaths and physiotherapists will work with your warehouse, freight and logistics teams to identify why aches and pains develop and we can work to create an injury prevention program or provide onsite training and treatment.

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Significantly Decrease Your Costs By Providing:

  • Early intervention – Treatment and advice in the first 24 hours is essential in minimising the duration and severity of any workplace injury. OH&S staff will be notified within 2 hours of an injured worker’s diagnosis and management plan.
  • Fewer lost days from work – Treatment of injuries on-site means fewer consultations off-site, thereby reducing the time away from work for travel and treatment. We can advise on suitable duties plans to minimise or avoid days off and the cost of replacing the injured worker.
  • Reduction in workcover claims – Injuries which are treated on-site and managed immediately have shown to reduce the frequency of workcover claims. This equates to a significant cost saving to the employer.
  • Enhanced employee health and wellbeing – A healthy pain free employee is far more productive than someone in pain.
  • An efficient return to work and monitoring process – Working together the therapist, health and safety staff and management can design and manage the post injury return to work process safely and efficiently. Employees can also be directed to more appropriate means of treatment if required.
  • Return to work matters! – Work absence tends to perpetuate itself; for example, the longer someone is off work, the less likely they are to return to work. If the person is off work for*:
    20 days the chance of ever getting back to work is 70 percent
    45 days the chance of ever getting back to work is 50 percent
    70 days the chance of ever getting back to work is 35 percent.
    *Royal College of Physicians Consensus Statement (2011). Realising the Health Benefits of Work

Onsite Physiotherapy and Osteopathy

104,770 serious claims were lodged in the 2015-16 financial year and 90% of serious claims were due to injuries and musculoskeletal disorders.

The growing need for early intervention to reduce aches, pains and musculoskeletal injuries at your workplace has led to Corporate Work Health Australia providing on site clinical services for workers. We provide qualified Physiotherapists and Osteopaths on site to allow for easy and accessible treatment and management of musculoskeletal injuries. Corporate Work Health Australia is able to provide onsite Physical Therapy services from as little as 5 hours up to 30+ hours per week.

On site consultations means less time spent away from work and a more rapid return to work. Musculoskeletal injuries, particularly lower back pain, are at epidemic proportions throughout Australia’s workforce and have become a costly financial burden for the employer, costing Australian employers $8billion in workers compensation premiums for the 2005-06 financial year.

Many companies are finding it more cost effective to have one of our therapists attend the workplace and treat injured staff members, particularly companies that employ a large manual workforce.

Return to Work Strategy

  • Having a practitioner onsite means less time spent on the phone communicating between patient, practitioner and company.
  • It also means the practitioner will have a much better understanding of the work environment and job tasks.
  • This will enable the practitioner to make a better informed decision regarding the return to work strategy. Please contact one of our offices for individual costing or to discuss the possibility of onsite injury management.

Reduce Workplace Injury and Boost Employee Productivity

Injury Prevention and Return to Work Benefits For Companies 

  • Healthier, productive, engaged workforcs

  • Reduce aches and pains progressing to injury and compensation / insurance claims

  • Assess workplace hazards and risks which may be contributing to workplace injuries

  • Less time away from work for your staff

  • Earlier return to work ensures better return to work outcomes

Injury Prevention and Return to Work Benefits For Employees 

  • Feel better more often by receiving regular treatments

  • Reduce aches and pains progressing to injury and time off work

  • Healthier, productive, engaged workers

  • Loyal staff who feel like their employer cares about them

  • Return to work earlier with better outcomes

Reviews

I regularly engage CWH for ergonomic consultations in for our team in Sydney. We’ve been very happy with the quality of service and the detailed reports and recommendations.

Tiffany Bromwich

Infigen

This is the 2nd time we have used CWHA for an ergonomic assessment. Fleur from CWHA has been pleasant and responsive making her really good to deal with, and the consultant who came on site in Canberra (Adnan) was great. Recommended by me.

Colin Imms

Indesco

Awesome Manual Handling Training session conducted at our workshop!  The training was customised to suit our business and contained a good mix of theory/practical elements.  Highly recommended.  Thanks again.

Justine Knight

Emery Engineering

Reps of Corporate Work Health are great at customer service and their responses are prompt and quick. Very accommodating to clients needs and always going above and beyond to find a solution for me and to find a date and time of consultation. Highly recommend them to use for your Ergonomic work health assessments including work from home assessments.

Komal Upadhyaya

MND Australia

Process

1. Enquiry

Call, email or complete a form. Let us know what you want to achieve or the problems you are having.

2. Consultation

Phone, video call or face to face. We will discuss your needs, make some suggestions and provide a quote.

3. Assessment

Your assessment and/or training package is 100% tailor made to suit your needs, budget and service requirements.

4. Training

Onsite, online or both. Your personalised package is delivered by health professionals with extensive clinical and teaching experience.

5. Results

We have helped thousands of people at some of Australia’s top companies. Our team will work with you every step of the way to ensure you achieve the right results for your company and for your workers.

Our Injury Prevention and Management Services 

Key areas reviewed:

  • We will consult with your workers to identify hazardous tasks and body regions impacted so that we understand where any why injuries are occurring
  • We will review your injury history to understand where, why and when injuries occur
  • We will consult with your management to understanding what you need assistance with and we will put together a comprehensive program to meet your specific goals

What’s involved:

  1. Consultation with management regarding your specific goals relating to onsite injuries and management
  2. Consultation with the management and workforce regarding hazardous tasks, injury mechanism and body regions impacted
  3. Review your OHS training history and injury register
  4. We develop a customised program to address your needs, this may include implementing functional capacity assessments, implementing injury prevention programs and work hardening programs

Investment:

Call or email us to get a quote today!

Call us today and start getting the most out of your employees.

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