Management of injured workers requires cooperation from a number of parties including the employer, injured worker, employees, doctor, insurer and other health professionals. Work Health Options manages your workers’ injuries both effectively and efficiently as we believe that claims management, return to work is vital, but only a part of the injury management process.
Workers Compensation is about the health and recovery of a worker and must have the fundamental basis of achieving this in a safe manner. Simply, this is a health product requiring health solutions; the only difference is how it is funded.
Work Health Options (WHO) provides professional and cost-effective services for premium classifications, premium projections, alternative insurance programmes based on claims management strategies, liability exposures and the advantages and disadvantages of your business structure. By providing all suitable alternatives, we empower you to make well-informed commercial decisions.
Our multi-disciplined team provides you with a range of health services to manage your specific workplace needs. These include: workers compensation health and recovery, preventive health – WHS solutions and an exclusive health and recovery infrastructure ranging from imaging through to 24/7 GP support.
Learn more about some of the cases where Work Health Options has successfully and efficiently applied their services.
The following model Codes of Practice have been finalised for implementation under the Intergovernmental Agreement for Regulatory and Operational Reform in Occupational Health and Safety.
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Important Safe Work Australia documents and publications.
Work Health Options (WHO) is an Australian owned and operated company, with over 25 years’ experience in the workers compensation industry.
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WHO are proud to support various charities and fundraising activities within the community, by way of providing both financial and hands-on assistance. The team's participation reinforces our "Life Balance" company value of championing an environment of mutual respect, care and understanding.
July 04, 2014 | Categories: Electrical, Hazardous
July 04, 2014
Categories: Electrical, Hazardous
This Information Sheet provides advice for small businesses and workers on managing the risks of agricultural work carried out near energised overhead electric lines and associated... Read More
July 04, 2014 | Categories: Electrical, Hazardous, Plant
Categories: Electrical, Hazardous, Plant
This Guide provides information on managing the risks associated with operating cranes or mobile plant near overhead electric lines.
Cranes and mobile plant include mobile cranes, vehicle-loadin... Read More
March 27, 2015 | Categories: Hazardous
March 27, 2015
This model Code of Practice has been developed to provide practical guidance to persons conducting a business or undertaking involved in the manufacture, import, supply or use of hazardous chemicals o... Read More
July 04, 2014 | Categories: Electrical, Hazardous, Structures
Categories: Electrical, Hazardous, Structures
This Guide provides information on managing the risks of unauthorised persons working near low voltage overhead service lines near structures and buildings. For example:
paint... Read More
July 24, 2012 | Categories: Hazardous
July 24, 2012
This model Code of Practice has been developed to provide practical guidance on how to manage health and safety risks associated with hazardous chemicals for persons conducting a business or undertaki... Read More
December 23, 2011 | Categories: Hazardous
December 23, 2011
This model Code of Practice has been developed to provide practical guidance on how to prepare a safety data sheet for any hazardous chemicals that are being manufactured or imported for use, handling... Read More
This Information Sheet provides advice on managing the risks of erecting, dismantling and using fixed scaffolding near overhead electric lines and associated electrical equipment w... Read More
This Guide provides information on the responsibilities of transport operators, their workers and others when transporting high loads. Contact with energised overhead electric lines by high ... Read More
Definitions for the General Guide for working in the vicinity of overhead and underground electria lines and supporting specific guides.
This Information Sheet provides advice for small businesses and workers on managing the risks associated with working in the vicinity of overhead and underground electric lines.
This General Guide provides information on how to manage risks when working in the vicinity of overhead and underground electric lines at a workplace.
Work Health Options
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Bella Vista NSW 2153
PO Box 6886
Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
t : 1300 423 111
f : 1300 423 748
e: [email protected]
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