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Nominations open for 2013 Comcare Work Health and Safety Awards
Media release- 15 Mar 2013
Nominations are open for the 2013 Comcare Work Health and Safety Awards.
This year the awards program welcomes nominations from relevant industry providers in fields such as rehabilitation and return to work.
The 2013 awards categories are:
Category one: Workplace Health and Wellbeing Initiative
Category two: Workplace Health and Safety Management System
Category three: Solution to an Identified Workplace Health and Safety Hazard
Category four: Individual Contribution to Health and Safety
a) An individual
b) An individual with responsibility for WHS as part of their duties
Category five: Health and Safety Representative of the Year
Category six: Rehabilitation and Return to Work Management
Category seven: Individual Contribution to Rehabilitation and Return to Work
Category eight: Claims Manager of the Year
Comcare CEO, Paul O’Connor said he was delighted that the awards now include industry providers who also play an important role in getting injured workers back to work.
“I encourage as many nominations as possible for these awards which recognise excellence in workplace health and safety, rehabilitation and return to work achieved by individuals and organisations covered by the Comcare scheme.
“The awards highlight these contributions and how important they are in keeping employees safe, both physically and mentally at work,” Mr O’Connor said.
The awards will be presented at a dinner at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 18 September 2013 as part of the Comcare National Conference.
Further details on the awards can be found on the Comcare events page.
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