Great News! Face to Face Mental Health First Aid Training sessions are back! We will be running the accredited 2 Day Mental Health First Aid Australia Course on June 7th & 8th 2021 at Karstens in Melbourne’s CBD. Bookings for this course can be made via the following Try Booking link https://www.trybooking.com/BRDCB or call Jana Levit at Nabenet on 9981 9888.
Our regional Return to Work Education Series has got off to a great start. Sessions have already been run in Ballarat and Bendigo and we are off to Shepparton, Wangarrata, Traralgon and Geelong in the coming weeks. We would love to see you at one of these FREE morning teas. All the topics, venues, details and booking links are https://nabenet.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Morning-Tea-Invitation-2021-Regional-3.pdf
We would love to see you at one of our upcoming regional morning tea education events. These events are FREE and are for HR, OHS Staff, RTW Coordinators, Supervisor and Managers.
This years topics are as follows;
Achieving positive return to work outcomes with considerations for Covid-19 and the changing environment.
Effective use of Job Task Analysis to return workers to work quickly, improve GP engagement and RTW outcomes.
Sessions will run in Ballarat, Bendigo, Shepparton, Wangaratta, Traralgon and Geelong.
To register your interest and/or have an invitation sent to you with further details. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Accredited MHFA Training
3 Courses in 2021
March 10th & 11th or May 13th & 14th or August 24th & 25th
Component 1 $88 plus GST, Component 2 $250 plus GST
Online Blended Community Course
Contact Jana Wray or Michael Jez Ph: 9981 9888.
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to drive earlier than usual vaccination uptake and strong demand throughout the 2021 season. It is recommended that organisations offer flu vaccinations early (from April 2021) to ensure protection before the flu season peaks in winter.
Nabenet provides a professional service by a qualified Nurse Immuniser at your workplace NO ADMIN FEES – NO SET UP COSTS – NO TRAVEL COSTS IN MELBOURNE
For bookings please call Nabenet on Ph: 9981 9888.
As we see a gradual easing of restrictions across Victoria, employers will need to commence preparations for employees returning back to their usual place of work. For many employees this may be an easy transition to ‘pick up where they left off’ with regards to their routine and usual practices of work. For others whom have become accustomed to a change of routine and responsibility at home, balancing home and work life and a change of pace, the return to the usual place of work may require greater consideration from employers. Firstly, employers need to ensure they have documented and communicated their workplace COVID-safe plan to all returning staff and to clarify any concerns or operational / logistical queries. A risk assessment needs to have been conducted and control measures implemented to minimise identified risks. Employees need to be made aware also of the changes to their work environment, and what work practices have changed to ensure the organisation is meeting its workplace health and safety obligations.
For more information on transitioning employees back to work following COVID – here is a great resource from Safe Work Australia – https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/covid-19-information-workplaces/other-resources/transitioning-back-usual-workplaces
Employers also need to consider the physical and functional impact that being away from the usual place of work has had on employees. In particular with regards to manual or labour-intensive work, some employees may be ‘deconditioned’ or not at their prior level of physical and functional ability to perform their work duties. Many employees may have been keeping up regular exercise at home, whilst others may not. Employers should consider the impact this may have on the risk of workplace injury. It could be timely for employers to revisit policies and procedures around safe handling and operation of equipment. Employers should also consider refreshing staff on workplace manual handling practices and reviewing workplace ergonomics.
At Nabenet we have partnered with many workplaces to ensure sound workplace ergonomic and manual handling practices. Contact us on (03) 9981 9888 for a review of your organisation transition back to workplace program for our range of education and training services.
The 2020 ARPA Awards were held for the first time as a virtual awards ceremony on Friday 9th October 2020. We are very pleased to announce that three Nabenet staff received excellence awards. Congratulations to the following Nabenet consultants.
Consultant – Original Employer Services
WINNER Suzanne Abrahams—Nabenet
Achievement in RTW – Physical Claim
WINNER Nadia Nannetti—Nabenet
Outstanding Achievement in RTW – Psychological Claim
WINNER Kirsten Read—Nabenet
We would like to congratulate and thank each of these consultants for their contribution to improving the lives of injured workers and the rehabilitation industry.
Congratulations to the following Nabenet staff who have been announced as finalists of the ARPA Victoria Excellence in Workplace Rehabilitation Awards for 2020!
Outstanding Consultant – Original Employer Services
Outstanding Consultant – New Employer Services
Outstanding Achievement in RTW – Physical Claim
Outstanding Achievement in RTW – Psychological Claim
Innovation in RTW
ARPA will announce the winners for 2020 at an awards presentation on Friday 9 October 2020. Good Luck to all our finalists
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