Monthly Archives: September 2016

Through the Looking Glass – A Call for Greater Transparency

At first sight, the Victorian Ombudsman Report, ‘An Investigation into the management of complex workers compensation claims and WorkSafe oversight’  seems like a grenade dropped into the status quo of workers compensation in Australia! The report prepared by the Ombudsman, Deborah Glass … Continue reading

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What Gets Measured, Gets Action?

ISCRR CEO Alex Collie recently published the following article: Counting work-related injury and illness in Australia: Do we measure up? The following quote from the article illustrates one aspect of the problem with our data collection: “One finding from this … Continue reading

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