The Return to Work Coordinator's role is vital to ensuring an employer is at the top of their game regarding injury management and return to work matters.  Active OHS provides employers access to expert RTW Coordinators without the weight of responsibility and extended cost.

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Return to Work Coordinator

Outsourcing Return to Work Coordinators is a fantastic way for employers to provide cost-effective and proactive injury management expertise to employees without the weight of responsibility. 

Active OHS Return to Work Coordinators will: 

  • Ensure your Return to Work Program meets the 2017 SIRA Employer Guidelines for Return to Work Programs

  • Determine the needs of an injured worker by liaising with the Nominated Treating Doctor

  • Develop an Injury Management Plan for the worker​

  • Discuss with the Agent any workers compensation benefits to the worker

  • Coordinate and monitor progress in treatment, rehabilitation services and return to work plans

  • Identify suitable duties and assist the worker in returning to work as soon as possible

  • Educate the workforce, keep injury and return to work statistics and provide feedback on workplace practices to improve systems

  • Maintain confidential case records


Please read about The Compelling Case for an Outsourced RTW Coordinator on our blog.