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Trial Packages

 

3 Month Trial

4 Days per week (fly in-fly out in 4/3 or 8/6 roster ) = 48 Days (Approx)

1. Ergonomic Analysis (16 Days)

  • Task Analysis- High risk roles onsite
  • Preparation of Job Capability Statements (JCS)
  • Utilisation of JCS
  • Provision of the completed JCS to the pre-employment medical provider, site health team, Occupational Physician, dept. managers and site HR team

2. Education and Training (16 Days) 

  • Series of Participative Ergonomic Seminars
  • Task specific awareness training and hazard identification
  • Workplace specific stretching and strengthening programs
  • Supervisor training

3. Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging (4 Days) 

  • Accurate assessment and verification of each workers stabilizing muscle function in high risk groups.
  • Initiation of treatment to improve stabilising muscle function.

4. Sustaining the program (4 Days) 

  • Implementation of a system for initial training and ongoing support specific to the ergonomic hazards identified and documented.

5. Injury Rehabilitation (8 Days) 

  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
  • Manipulative physiotherapy
  • Biomechanical retraining
  • Specific rehabilitation programs
  • RTW creation and follow-up

6 Month Trial

4 Days per week (fly in-fly out in 4/3 or 8/6 roster ) = 96 Days (Approx)

1. Ergonomic Analysis (30 Days) 

  • Task Analysis- High and Medium Risk roles
  • Preparation of Job Capability Statements (JCS)
  • Creation of an Ergonomic Risk Register detailing high risk areas identified
  • Utilisation of JCS
  • Provide the completed JCS to the pre-employment medical provider, site health team, Occupational Physician, dept. managers, site HR team

2. Education and Training (20 Days) 

  • Series of Participative Ergonomic seminars
  • Task specific awareness training and hazard identification
  • Task specific stretching and strengthening programs and follow-up
  • Supervisor training

3. Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging (8 Days) 

  • Accurate assessment and verification of each workers stabilizing muscle function in high risk groups.
  • Effective treatment to improve stabilising muscle function.
  • Measurements of core stability will be conducted pre and post intervention to document improvements / reduction of risk.

4. Sustaining the program (8 Days) 

  • Implementation of a system for initial training and ongoing support specific to the ergonomic hazards identified and documented.

5. Injury Rehabilitation (30 Days) 

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • Biomechanical retraining
  • Specific rehabilitation programs
  • RTW creation and follow-up

12 Month Trial

4 Days per week (fly in-fly out in 4/3 or 8/6 roster ) = 204 Days (Approx)

1. Ergonomic Analysis (40 Days) 

  • Task Analysis- High, Medium and low Risk roles
  • Preparation of Job Capability Statements (JCS) all roles onsite
  • Creation of an ergonomic risk register
  • Utilisation of JCS
  • Provision of the completed JCS to the;  Pre-employment medical provider, site health team, Occupational Physician, Dept managers, site HR team

2. Education and Training (32 Days) 

  • Weekly / Bi weekly Participative Ergonomic seminars
  • Planned task observations of high-medium risk tasks
  • Work place risk assessments for high risk areas
  • Task specific awareness training and hazard identification
  • Supervisor Training
  • Ongoing Stretching and Strengthening programs - All risk categories, supervision, revision and advancement.

3. Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging (16 Days) 

  • Accurate assessment and verification of each workers stabilizing muscle function in high and medium risk groups.
  • Effective treatment to improve stabilising muscle function of each worker.
  • Measurements of core stability will be conducted pre, during, and post intervention to document improvements / reduction of risk.

4. Sustaining the program (12 Days) 

  • Implementation of a system for initial training and ongoing support specific to the ergonomic hazards identified and documented.
  • Maintaining appropriate channels for suggested ergonomic control strategies.
  • Integration with management systems and supported with written policies, procedures and responsibilities.

5. Injury Rehabilitation (Ongoing) 

  • Initial assessment, diagnosis and prognosis for all sprain and strain injuries
  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
  • Manipulative physiotherapy
  • Biomechanical analysis and retraining
  • Coordination and administration of work place specific rehabilitation programs
  • RTW programs, revision, advancement and follow-up
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