Last chance to nominate for a Return to Work Award!

Are you in the running yet for a Return to work Award? Your time to be recognised is running out! Nominations for Q-COMP’s Return to work Awards 2013 close on 14 June, so be quick.
Enter now and you too could be celebrated!
The Awards recognise achievements in rehabilitation and return to work, and provide Queenslanders the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others.
If your organisation is achieving improved return to work outcomes and culture, or innovating to achieve better results for your business and employees, then it’s time to showcase your achievements to the community by nominating for an Employer Achievement Award.

With categories recognising all the players in the injury management field, including Employers, Rehabilitation Coordinators, Injured workers, Health Providers, and Case Managers, the Awards are a great way to recognise hard work and dedication, and show appreciation for the contribution these key team members make.

This year we also have a new Award for Innovation, so share your initiatives and be recognised as a leader and innovator in our industry.

Finalists receive a free ticket to the Return to work Conference Expo and Awards, a certificate, and marketing materials to promote their achievement, with winners additionally taking home a trophy and up to $2000 in prize money.
Nominate your business, rehabilitation coordinators, case managers, health providers and injured workers here or call 1300 389 177 – it’s simple and quick to nominate. Enter now and share and promote industry achievements.

Association of Self Insured Employers of Queensland

PO Box 12046
George Street QLD 4003

asieq@asieq.com.au

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ASIEQ believes the opportunity to self insure provides a vehicle for managing the cost of workplace injuries that compliments & enhances an existing workplace culture to provide increased opportunities and incentives to prevent injuries and improve outcomes for injured workers.

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