Best Practices in Occupational Health, Safety, Workers Compensation and Claims Management for Employers
Assisting Employers in Navigating “The Road to Zero”
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AbstractBest Practices in Occupational Health, Safety, Workers Compensation and Claims Management for Employers will guide human resources professionals, health and safety professionals, and management to "Navigate the Road to Zero" injuries in the workplace while encouraging cost efficiency and productivity. This guide of best practices will assist employers of any industry in matters of accommodating restricted workers, prevention strategies through strong health and safety programs, and cost effective disability claims management including return to work planning and cost strategies.
This guide offers options in aligning legal compliance with best practices in health and safety as well as claims management. The information will review universal alternatives in best practices for building legal compliance into effective health and safety and claims management program development for employers of any industry. This information provides ideas for opportunities that encourage optimal productivity for the employer, legal compliance, and cost efficient programs while allowing workers to return to work safely and productively.
About the AuthorLisa Granger has nearly 20 years of experience dealing with various types of insurance, including workers compensation, personal and commercial liability. She has over 10 years experience working in health and safety, as well as human resources. She has attained her Honors BA with a post-graduate certificate in Human Resources Management. She also has her designation as a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP).
Ms.Granger is an instructor at St. Clair College for the Department of Business Administration - Human Resources Management. She has developed a 12 course post-graduate certificate program for St. Clair College in claims management for employers, HR professionals, and health and safety professionals. The program is due to launch in January 2011.
Ms.Granger has served as Chairperson of the HR Advisory Committee for St. Clair College for the past several years. She also has spoken at several conferences, seminars and workshops all over southwestern Ontario for the Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) on developing effective claims management, health and safety and return to work programs.