Pace NationalAt Pace National, we specialise in Workplace Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention and Management, EAP (Employee Assistance Programs) and Psychological services as well as HR Consulting and mediation services. With over 50 years’ collective experience in Pace’s leadership team, we strive to assist individuals, teams and organisations to work safely, productively, and effectively. We use person-centered approaches to maintain and improve mental health in the community and workplace.
What is an Approved Workplace Rehabilitation Provider?
Approved Workplace Rehabilitation Providers, such as Pace National, have the qualifications, experience and expertise to maintain injured workers at work, or return them to work following an injury. The costs of their services are covered within your workers’ compensation claim.
What are my obligations in the return to work process?
Injured workers should fully participate and cooperate with their employer, medical practitioner and rehabilitation provider in the development of a return to work program.
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My rights as responsibilities as an injured worker
As an injured worker it is your responsibility to complete the following (Link to WorkCover WA):
Report your injury to your employer as soon as possible
Obtain a First Medial Certificate from your treating doctor
Check with your treating health provider/s about payments under their Workers Compensation policy
Complete your Workers Compensation claim form
Give your claim form and medical certificate to your employer and if requested, attend a medical appointment
Participate fully in the return to work process
Provide your employer with 7 days written notice if you commence working with another employer