Return to Work – Understanding Psychological Injuries in the Workplace

The aim of this one-hour webinar session is to share insights that could help participants to:

  • Better understand psychological injury workers compensation claims
  • Recognise the impact of psychological injuries on both individuals and businesses
  • Support a team member with a psychological injury workers compensation claim
  • Identify potential psychosocial hazards within the workplace and
  • Take steps to create a safer and more supportive workplace.

Date – 28/03/2024

Duration – 1 hour

Location – Online via Zoom

Meet the Presenter:

Dianne Capulong is a Return to Work Consultant at Motor Trades Care and has experience working in the personal and general insurance sector across operations, legislation, and organisational behaviour. Dianne integrated into workers’ compensation, starting in the Small to Medium (SME) space with physical claims with a focus on educating employers about injury management then transitioning to the specialised segment managing psychological, complex and disease-based claims. She then merged into the employer’s space as a Return to Work Coordinator handling injury management for a large employer across all states in Australia. Dianne is passionate about assisting employers and workers through injury management, utilising her knowledge and insights to achieve Return to Work Outcomes while promoting a great safety work culture whilst educating safe work practices to minimise the risk of injuries.