The NSW Government’s savage changes to workers compensation, made in 2012, have had a profound impact on NSW workers and their families. Under these changes: Tens of thousands of injured workers have lost medical cover; Just 4% of workers in the scheme are eligible to receive weekly payments after 5 years; Medical procedures need to be […]
The Injured Workers Support Network invites nurses and midwives to a family picnic on Sunday June 18.
Since the cuts to workers compensation in June 2012, were you given a fair chance to return to work? Much of the Government rhetoric to justify the workers compensation cuts was that they would encourage return to work, yet there have been few substantive changes to return to work provisions. The Law & Justice Committee […]
On Sunday June 19 the Injured Workers Support Network will be holding a family day picnic at Holroyd workplace memorial park from 11am at the Holroyd Workplace Memorial Park Brickworks Drive, Holroyd am. We will have a sausage sizzle and family entertainment. We will also be unveiling a commemoration plaque remembering the workers who are injured […]
Injured workers and their supporters will gather outside the 2016 Workers Compensation Summit at the Swissotel next Tuesday 23 February at 8.30am to let industry players aware of their presence.
The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) has called on all levels of government to proactively reduce and prevent incidents of elder abuse occurring in residential aged care facilities. In its report ‘Who will keep me safe? Elder Abuse in Residential Aged Care’, the NSWNMA identifies the provision of adequate staffing and skill-mix as the […]
The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) welcomed today’s first roundtable to discuss serious violent incidents and aggression occurring in public hospitals throughout the state. The NSWNMA, together with the Health Services Union (HSU), Australian Salaried Medical Officers Federation (ASMOF) and Australian Medical Association of NSW (AMA), met with officials from the Ministry of Health […]
Unions NSW will be holding its annual Safety and Injured Workers Conference on October 22-23, 2015. In an environment where workers’ rights to safety protection and decent support are being challenged by business and government, this conference will explore the ways workers are fighting to reclaim our rights. From 9am Thursday October 22 will focus on […]