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Return to Work Policy (Managing Injury)

Return to Work Policy (Managing Injury)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 4, 2019
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

Important HR document used to outline a business's procedures when an injured employee returns to the workplace.

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Document Overview

This Return to Work (Managing Injury) Policy is a document that forms part of a company's HR and employment policies. It sets out the responsibilities and obligations that an employee must follow when injured and returning to the workplace.

Use this Return to Work Policy (Managing Injury) if:

  • your company would like to inform employees about their responsibilities and duties around injuries in the workplace.

Why do I need a Return to Work Policy (Managing Injury)?

It is important to inform your employees about workplace injury procedures and returning to work with an injury.

What does this Return to Work Policy (Managing Injury) cover?

  • notification of injuries
  • injury management
  • return to work
  • confidentiality

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For more information, see our legal article "What Workplace Policies Does My Business Need?".


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