The IWSN has one overall goal: changing the way injured workers in NSW are treated. The reason why we are forming a campaign committee is simply to ensure that we get the work done needed to achieve this goal. We cant just rely on one person to do this we need a group of people to share[…]
Ensuring your voice is heard by the NSW Parliament has never been this easy. We have created an easy way to can contribute to the Injured Workers Support Network’s submission to the NSW Upper House into the Workers Compensation System. follow this link: Submission to the upper house inquiry and follow the instructions.[…]
Unions NSW & The Injured Workers Support Network are holding their own inquiry into the NSW workers compensation system. We invite you to: Tell us your return to work story: www.unionsnsw.org.au/tell_us_your_story and come to one of the regional & Sydney based forums Register your interest in telling your story to the Inquiry: www.unionsnsw.org.au/rtwinquiry
Statutory review into Workers Compensation legislation launches August. Firstly, this isn’t the one we are campaigning for. It’s is a statutory review meaning that it was always on the cards and has to happen this year. In saying that it is an opportunity for the Injured Workers Support Network and our members to give an[…]
Hi, My name is Mark Smallwood. I’m a truck driver, a family man and a proud Transport Workers Union member. I’m lucky enough to work for a decent trucking company, but like you I share the road with hundreds of truck drivers who are exhausted, overloaded and speeding because companies like Coles pile on relentless[…]
As Clayton Barr recently said at the WIRO Conference “Some of you insurers take your play book from Ivan Milat”
Did you hear the one about the insurer denying a legitimate claim? or delaying payment? or forcing doctors to change medical certificates?
Of course you have. You’ve read our website right? If it’s your first visit just take a look around, read the stories, read the members questions.
So the story is about life insurance but the parallels with the workers compensation system in NSW indeed anywhere in Australia are easy to draw.
Dr Koh from the Commonwealth bank blew the lid on their tactics at the Commonwealth Bank lets look at some of his statements. […]
Rally for Justice. 21 Days is too long to wait for medical care Say you’ve been injured at work. You’ve gone to your doctor and they order some scans because they believe you have a fractured foot doctor writes out your Work Capacity Certificate and asks your insurer for permission to have a scan of your[…]
Follow this link and ask your question of Mike Baird. We want to know how he can justify a workers compensation system that puts injured workers last and insurers profits first: http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/\