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Bendigo Workshop – 1st Aug – Addressing the Ageing Workforce

June 29, 2017
The Australian workforce is greatly transforming; our mature workers are retiring later while our younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than we have previously seen. This complex and changing dynamic present’s significant challenges for employers to manage health and safety, while also meeting operational requirements and maintaining a positive workplace culture. P2 Group’s innovative Ageing Workforce Workshop aims to up-skill employers in managing the workplace health and well-being of their entire workforce by: Recognising the different needs and challenges experienced by workers throughout the spectrum of their working life Understanding an employer’s legal obligations in the health and wellbeing space Identifying the early warning signs of physical and psychological conditions Developing strategies for assisting workers with their health and wellbeing and implementing a uniform workplace policy Understanding the importance of a human maintenance schedule based upon workability Considering reasonable adjustments and flexible working arrangements Utilising the inherent requirements of job as a workforce management strategy. Throughout our interactive Workshop P2 Group will focus on a range of practical case studies, skills building activities and the provision of effective workplace tools to ensure that employers are equipped to best address the diverse health and well-being needs of their workers. WHO IS THIS SESSION FOR ? Executive Management, HR, RTW, OH&S professionals as well line managers and supervisors. This free session will be held at the Capital Theatre Bendigo on the 1st of August from 9am to 12:30pm. Places are limited so please register your ticket below; Powered by Eventbrite

Ballarat Workshop – 27th June – Addressing the Ageing Workforce

June 1, 2017
The Australian workforce is greatly transforming; our mature workers are retiring later while our younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than we have previously seen. This complex and changing dynamic present’s significant challenges for employers to manage health and safety, while also meeting operational requirements and maintaining a positive workplace culture. P2 Group’s innovative Ageing Workforce Workshop aims to up-skill employers in managing the workplace health and well-being of their entire workforce by: Recognising the different needs and challenges experienced by workers throughout the spectrum of their working life Understanding an employer’s legal obligations in the health and wellbeing space Identifying the early warning signs of physical and psychological conditions Developing strategies for assisting workers with their health and wellbeing and implementing a uniform workplace policy Understanding the importance of a human maintenance schedule based upon workability Considering reasonable adjustments and flexible working arrangements Utilising the inherent requirements of job as a workforce management strategy. Throughout our interactive Workshop P2 Group will focus on a range of practical case studies, skills building activities and the provision of effective workplace tools to ensure that employers are equipped to best address the diverse health and well-being needs of their workers. WHO IS THIS SESSION FOR ? Executive Management, HR, RTW, OH&S professionals as well line managers and supervisors. This free session will be held at the Mecure Ballarat on the 27th June from 9am to Midday. Places are limited so please register your ticket below; Powered by Eventbrite

Wangaratta Workshop – 31st May – Injury Management / Inherent Requirements of the Job

May 3, 2017
P2 is pleased to announce that we will be running our popular Injury Management/Inherent Requirements of the Job workshop on the 31st of May in Wangaratta. This free event will be held at the Gateway Wangaratta between 9am and 12pm. This session is suited for all HR, RTW ,OH&S staff and managers/supervisors that are active in injury management. The workshop will provide education on advanced injury management strategies including Inherent Requirements of the Job. Here is some info; Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for businesses. Injured workers present a range of complexities from an operational, cultural, financial and productivity perspective. P2 Group assists all levels of management to understand their role and responsibilities with regard to assisting their injured workers. Importantly, P2 Group aims to up-skill HR professionals in; •Identifying the early warnings signs of a broad range of physical and psychological conditions •Understanding what to do and most importantly what to say to support their workers •Taking a proactive approach to return to work and stay at work plans Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of the Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to: •Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices •Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases •Enhance Ageing Workforce Management •Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties •Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers •Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role •Analyse and improve workplace practices. This session will focus on a proactive and uniform approach to injury management with the overall aim of enhancing workplace culture and attitudes towards health and well-being. Breakfast and light refreshments will be served during the event. PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED, SO PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT BELOW Powered by Eventbrite

Bendigo Workshop – 28th April – Injury Management/Inherent Requirements of the Job

March 17, 2017
P2 is pleased to announce that we will be running our popular Injury Management/Inherent Requirements workshop on the 28th April in Bendigo. This free event will be held at the Capital Theatre Bendigo between 9am and 12pm. This workshop is suited for all HR, RTW ,OH&S staff and  managers/supervisors that are active in return to work. The workshop will provide education on advanced injury management strategies including Inherent Requirements of the Job. Here is some info; Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for businesses. Injured workers present a range of complexities from an operational, cultural, financial and productivity perspective. P2 Group assists all levels of management to understand their role and responsibilities with regard to assisting their injured workers. Importantly, P2 Group aims to up-skill HR professionals in; Identifying the early warnings signs of a broad range of physical and psychological conditions Understanding what to do and most importantly what to say to support their workers Taking a proactive approach to return to work and stay at work plans Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of the Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to: Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases Enhance Ageing Workforce Management Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role Analyse and improve workplace practices. This session will focus on a proactive and uniform approach to injury management with the overall aim of enhancing workplace culture and attitudes towards health and well-being. Breakfast and light refreshments will be served during the event. PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED, SO PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT BELOW Powered by Eventbrite

Bairnsdale Workshop – 20th April – Injury Management/Inherent Requirements

March 8, 2017
P2 is pleased to announce that we will be running our popular Injury Management/Inherent Requirements workshop on the 20th April in Bairnsdale. This free event will be held at the RSL Bairnsdale between 9am and 12pm. This workshop is suited for all HR, RTW and OH&S staff and will provide education on advanced injury management strategies and Inherent Requirements. Here is some info; Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for businesses. Injured workers present a range of complexities from an operational, cultural, financial and productivity perspective. P2 Group assists all levels of management to understand their role and responsibilities with regard to assisting their injured workers. Importantly, P2 Group aims to up-skill HR professionals in; Identifying the early warnings signs of a broad range of physical and psychological conditions Understanding what to do and most importantly what to say to support their workers Taking a proactive approach to return to work and stay at work plans Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of the Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to: Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases Enhance Ageing Workforce Management Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role Analyse and improve workplace practices. This session will focus on a proactive and uniform approach to injury management with the overall aim of enhancing workplace culture and attitudes towards health and well-being. Breakfast and light refreshments will be served during the event. PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED, SO PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT BELOW Powered by Eventbrite

Ballarat Workshop – 29th March – Injury Management/Inherent Requirements

March 3, 2017
P2 is pleased to announce that we will be running our popular Injury Management/Inherent Requirements workshop on the 29th March in Ballarat. This free event will be held at the Mecure Ballarat between 9am and 12pm. This workshop is suited for all HR, RTW and OH&S staff and will provide education on advanced injury management strategies and Inherent Requirements. Here is some info; Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for businesses. Injured workers present a range of complexities from an operational, cultural, financial and productivity perspective. P2 Group assists all levels of management to understand their role and responsibilities with regard to assisting their injured workers. Importantly, P2 Group aims to up-skill HR professionals in; Identifying the early warnings signs of a broad range of physical and psychological conditions Understanding what to do and most importantly what to say to support their workers Taking a proactive approach to return to work and stay at work plans Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of the Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to: Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases Enhance Ageing Workforce Management Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role Analyse and improve workplace practices. This session will focus on a proactive and uniform approach to injury management with the overall aim of enhancing workplace culture and attitudes towards health and well-being. Breakfast and light refreshments will be served during the event. PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED, SO PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT BELOW Powered by Eventbrite

Warrnambool Workshop – 5th April – Injury Management/Inherent Requirements

February 24, 2017
P2 is pleased to announce that we will be running our popular Injury Management/Inherent Requirements workshop on the 5th April in Warrnambool. This free event will be held at the Lady Bay Resort, Warrnambool between 9am and 12pm. This workshop is suited for all HR, RTW and OH&S staff and will provide education on advanced injury management strategies. Here is some info; Running a uniform, effective and meaningful injury management process can be a challenge for businesses. Injured workers present a range of complexities from an operational, cultural, financial and productivity perspective. P2 Group assists all levels of management to understand their role and responsibilities with regard to assisting their injured workers. Importantly, P2 Group aims to up-skill HR professionals in; Identifying the early warnings signs of a broad range of physical and psychological conditions Understanding what to do and most importantly what to say to support their workers Taking a proactive approach to return to work and stay at work plans Documenting and understanding the Inherent Requirements of the Job for key roles within an organisation places employers in a unique position to take control over many costly aspects of their workforce. By effectively and systematically identifying and understanding the demands of a role, organisations are empowered to: Employ the right people for the job by enhancing pre-employment practices Reduce WorkCover premiums by creating effective and sustainable return to work pathways and strategically managing cases Enhance Ageing Workforce Management Minimise the operational implications of injury management by efficiently returning workers to their pre-injury duties Effectively balance workplace demands with the capacity and experience of workers Strategically manage workers who are unable to meet the physical, cognitive and psychosocial demands of their role Analyse and improve workplace practices. This session will focus on a proactive and uniform approach to injury management with the overall aim of enhancing workplace culture and attitudes towards health and well-being. Breakfast and light refreshments will be served during the event. PLACES ARE STRICTLY LIMITED, SO PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SEAT BELOW Powered by Eventbrite

Regional Workshops Coming Soon !!

January 13, 2017
P2 Group is pleased to announce that we will be taking our popular workshops and info sessions on the road in 2017. We will be running sessions in the Hume Region, Gippsland, Warrnambool and Central Victoria. These sessions will cover a wide range of topics including; Ageing Workforce Inherent Requirements of the Job Documents Workplace Mental Health Understanding WorkCover Claims & Premium Data Injury Management Navigating the ACCS Assessments of Capacity These sessions will be free of charge and are open for anyone to attend. More details to follow shortly…………

WorkShop – Occupational Violence

January 13, 2017
Occupational violence is a growing concern within workplaces; within the healthcare industry 25.5% of clinicians report to have been victimised either physically or verbally by patients and visitors (Jenkins Fisher & Hartley). Research indicates that poorly managed instances of occupational violence are of great detriment to employees and the workplace as a whole. Occupational violence has been demonstrated to negatively impact upon employees stress, the provision of safe and competent work performance, job satisfaction and employee and skills retention (Gates, Gillespie & Succop). As such, it is imperative that high risk industries actively look to address occupational violence in an open and predictive manner to best support their workforce and ensure that they are meeting their Occupational Health and Safety obligation to provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and without risk to health (Occupational health & Safety Act). P2 Group develop and facilitate boutique Occupational Violence Workshop to upskill staff in addressing occupational violence issues in the workplace through practical case studies, activities and tools. The 2 to 3 hour workshops are delivered onsite and aim to enhance workplace supports and resilience in dealing with occupational violence by covering the following: What is occupational violence and how does it occur? Identifying the early warning signs and environmental risk factors to occupational violence Strategies for de-escalating emotive and stressful situations Recognising the impact of occupational violence on workers – a physical, cognitive and psychological response Developing a protective and supportive workplace culture The importance of de-briefing following confronting and traumatic circumstances Developing resilience, practical skills and tools to enhance personal well-being and the well-being of co-workers. For pricing and more information please contact Brianna Cattanach on 03 9818 8914

Workshop – Managing an Ageing Workforce – 23rd March 2017

January 13, 2017
A Strategic Approach to Health and Wellbeing for the Ageing Workforce The Australian workforce is greatly transforming; our mature workers are retiring later and considering career changes while our younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than we have previously seen. This complex and changing dynamic present’s significant challenges for employers to manage health and safety, while also meeting operational requirements and maintaining a positive workplace culture. P2 Group’s innovative Ageing Workforce Health Management Workshop aims to up-skill executives, managers and supervisors in managing the workplace health and well-being of their entire workforce by: Recognising the different needs and challenges experienced by workers throughout the spectrum of their working life Understanding an employer’s legal obligations in the health and wellbeing space Identifying the early warning signs of physical and psychological conditions Developing strategies for assisting workers with their health and wellbeing and implementing a uniform workplace policy understanding the importance of a human maintenance schedule based upon workability Considering reasonable adjustments and flexible working arrangements Utilising the inherent requirements of job as a workforce management strategy. Throughout our highly interactive Workshop P2 Group focus on a range of practical case studies, skills building activities and the provision of effective workplace tools to ensure that managers are equipped to best address the diverse health and well-being needs of their workers. DATE – 23rd March from 9am to 12pm VENUE – Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood Road, Hawthorn 3122 COST – $160 + GST Places are limited for this event so please register below asap Powered by Eventbrite

Workshop – Understanding WorkCover Claims & Premium Data – 25th July 2017

January 12, 2017
In the lead up to WorkCover premiums being delivered let P2 Group take you through the complex nature of WorkCover claims and premium data. Through this interactive session P2 Group will aim to simplify the WorkCover system and provide an understanding of: Premium sensitive claims costs Statistical case estimates Key attributes that drive claims costs Payments being processed through the WorkCover scheme Claims status Key dates relating to claims.  Ultimately, businesses can only manage what they can measure; empower yourself and your business to better manage your WorkCover costs and reinvest your savings in positive workplace programs and initiatives.  P2 will be running 2 sessions at 8:30am and 3:oopm on the 25th of July at our office, 6b Roche St Hawthorn 3122 – Registration details for each below Powered by Eventbrite Powered by Eventbrite

Workshop – Assessments of Capacity – 23rd May 2017

January 12, 2017
Work is a great vehicle to recovery and an essential element of our identities and self value. Engaging in regular and meaningful work based routine is paramount for overall health and wellbeing. As such employers who act proactively to monitor and address the health of their workers through early intervention strategies, enhance workplace morale and productivity thereby making them employers of choice. Employers have legal obligations to monitor the health of their workers and implement strategies to support their workers when they know or ought reasonably to have known of the workers’ physical and psychological conditions. P2 Group take you through the process of obtaining and effectively using Assessments of Capacity within your workforce to: Facilitate a workers functional recovery from injury Prevent further injuries or exacerbation of pre-existing conditions within the workplace Effectively manage WorkCover claims Determine a workers ability to perform the inherent requirements of their job This session will be held at the P2 Group Office at 6b Roche St, Hawthorn 3122. Places are limited so please register below.  Powered by Eventbrite   Powered by Eventbrite