This fact sheet provides a quick overview of the resources available to employers looking to to help their workers recover at work following an injury.
You can download a PDF version of this fact sheet.
|Return to work program - information for employers||This fact sheet explains return to work programs, employer obligations under NSW law and the resources available to help.|
|Recovery at work is just good business||This fact sheet outlines the benefits available to employers when their workers recover at work following a work-related injury.|
|If you get injured at work||Every employer must provide information for workers about how to notify an injury and make a workers compensation claim. This can be done using this poster or displaying this information electronically.|
‘There’s been a work-related incident’ flyer
|This flyer explains what you need to do when there is an incident at your workplace.|
|Standard return to work program for category 2 employers||The SIRA standard return to work program for category 2 employers can be adopted or customised for your workplace.|
|Recover at work planning tool||You can use this tool to develop an effective recover at work plan for your worker and help meet your legislative obligations.|
|Guidelines for workplace return to work programs||These guidelines will help you develop and implement a return to work program (which is compulsory for all workplaces).|
|Workers compensation guidelines||These guidelines for workers, employers and insurers explain how the claims process works, and the types of compensation workers can claims for.|
|Workers compensation legislation|
|Workers Compensation Act 1987|
|Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998|
|Workers Compensation Regulation 2016|