In 2015, Cater Care was approached by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland to take part in a case study program that profiled our journey with IPaM.
IPam is a joint initiative between Workplace Health and Safety Queensland and WorkCover Queensland to assist businesses improve their injury prevention, rehabilitation and return to work arrangements.
This opportunity enabled us to share our learnings and outcomes with the wider community and gave others an insight into the way we manage injury prevention and management. Our involvement also lead to our story being made into a video which can be viewed online at Cater Care IPaM.
To promote the video and share the messages more broadly, Cater Care’s Group Safety and Wellbeing Manager, Zinta Satins joined QLD Safety Ambassador Shane Webcke on the panel at two Safe Work Month events across Queensland in October, where she shared some of the successes of our safety journey.
“This case study program has been a wonderful opportunity for us to share our learnings with other businesses and has helped us to reflect on how far we have come. Through our video, we are able to explain that by working towards positive outcomes we were able to transform our injury management into a holistic work capacity management process.
“Endorsed by the executive team, this focus on positive outcomes is now featured strongly in the company’s safety and wellbeing strategy. I am very proud of the whole team and what we have all achieved,” says Zinta.