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Return to Work Conference
Melbourne, Australia - September 10-11, 2019
Conference / congress

The Return to Work Conference is a two-day, high profile conference for rehabilitation, HR and Workplace Health & Safety leaders. All employers are required under workplace health and safety laws to have in place policies and plans for the return to work of injured workers. This year's program will look into best practice strategies that supports employees through the process of rehabilitation and manages their return to the workplace in a timely and safe manner.



Date(s):
September 10-11, 2019

Venue:
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
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