MTC Publications and Reports

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InMotion April 2020 - COVID-19 Toolkit for Employers

This toolkit has been developed to increase employer awareness and assist them in managing the risks associated with COVID-19 in the workplace.

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InMotion April 2020 - COVID-19 Toolkit for Employees

This toolkit has been developed to increase your awareness and assist you to manage the risks associated with COVID-19 in your workplace.

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InMotion May 2020 - Mental Health and Wellbeing

There are numerous benefits of a mentally healthy workplace for both the team members and the organisation as a whole. A few of the benefits include employee retention, improved productivity,

decreased sick leave and enhanced employee engagement.

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InMotion June 2020 - Workers Insurance Renewal Cheat Sheet

This InMotion is your WI Premium Renewal Cheat Sheet: with hints and tips on how to help your business navigate the process to your best advantage and useful links for more information.

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InMotion July 2020 - Return to Work Coordinator Role and Benefits of Outsourcing

A Return to Work (RTW) Coordinator is a critical and essential role for the effective and efficient management of workplace injuries and illnesses. In this edition of InMotion we consider why outsourcing the RTW Coordinator role may be a good option for your business.

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InMotion August 2020 - Return to Work (RTW) Program - Do you know what your business needs

Following on from Issue 4 | July 2020 | Return to Work Coordinator Role, this edition of InMotion explores Return to Work (RTW) Programs as a requirement of all employers in NSW, focussing on the RTW obligations of the employer and what is needed for the workplace.

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InMotion September 2020 - Key Elements of Effective WHS Management

Traditionally organisations have a reactive approach to WHS Management, which means that most commonly there is only action taken following a safety incident or injury. Applying a WHS framework and finding a balance across the elements to effective WHS Management is key to a successful proactive management approach.

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InMotion October 2020- Effective Injury Management - Part 1 The benefits of prompt response

The promptness to your response to an injury in the workplace impacts the experience of the injured employee, and ultimately the recovery at work outcome. In Part One of this three part series we explore why prompt injury reporting is important and the benefits of early treatment.

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InMotion November 2020 - Effective Injury Management - Part 2 The benefits of a preferred treatment provider

The promptness to your response to an injury in the workplace impacts the experience of the injured employee and their ability to recover effectively at work. In Part Two, we explore the benefits of engaging a preferred injury treatment provider.

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InMotion December 2020 - Effective Injury Management - Part 3 - Recovery at Work - Supporting Suitable Duties

When an employee sustains a workplace injury or illness, it often impacts their ability to perform their job, especially in roles that are more labour intensive and inherently high risk. Since it is in everyone’s best interest to see them return to work in some capacity while they are recovering, the ability to provide suitable work becomes an important step in the recovery process.

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InMotion January 2021 - Workshop Safety | Managing Hazards to Minimise the Risk of Injury and Harm

Motor vehicle service and repair workshops have many hazards that need to be managed to minimise the risk of incidents and injuries. In this edition of InMotion we discuss how you can address three of the highest priority hazards in your workshops. 

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InMotion February 2021 - Managing Hazardous Substances and Dangerous Goods

There are many benefits to managing hazardous substances and dangerous goods in a safe, efficient, and effective manner. Regulatory compliance and good practice management ensures team members, contractors, visitors, customers, and the environment are safeguarded from their potentially harmful effects.

In this edition of InMotion we will explore the basics of Hazardous Substances management and what risk management controls can help you to maintain a safe and healthy workplace.

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InMotion March 2021 - Noise Exposure Hazards and Hearing Conservation

Our auditory system (hearing) allows us to hear sounds that travel to our brains to be analysed in order for us to generate a response. In the workplace our hearing helps us to be aware of our surroundings and stay safe. Work related noise-induced (occupational noise) hearing loss is a preventable but irreversible condition that can affect people’s quality of life.

Managing exposure to hazardous noise, vibration and ototoxins and the risk of injury or illness to our team members or other persons in the workplace is part of a business’ Primary Duty of Care under the Work Health and Safety [model] Act 2011 (the Act). The management of all potential sources of risk to hearing loss is important, however, in this InMotion we will be focusing on noise. 

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