NCSI Conference 2012 The Future of Workers Compensation in Australia
Wednesday 14 November 2012 to Saturday 17 November 2012 | Seminar / Conference
Novotel Twin Waters Coolum, Queensland Sunshine Coast
For this year’s conference the National Council of Self Insurers wanted to bring you the most influential people in our industry and we are pleased to say they have accepted. These speakers know the challenges faced in our industry and are our greatest advocates when it comes to improving the way we operate. They have given us their time to showcase their beliefs on the future of work health and safety, workers’ compensation, rehabilitation and employee well-being.
This is your opportunity to help shape and guide the future of your industry.
Our panel sessions have been designed to bring together the heads of our jurisdictions so they can discuss the best elements of their systems and give us some insight into their future direction. This will be your opportunity to have questions raised and discussed with a multi jurisdictional focus that captures the attention of the full room.
The focus of National Council is always to deliver a great agenda at the best price, and we believe this year will be no exception with some great speakers, great entertainment and a great location.
In 2010 the NCSI conference attracted delegates from some of Australia’s biggest companies.
Excellence in OH&S and returning people to work after injury are essential factors for business success and growth, especially in the self insured sector. The program for the 2012 event is being structured to add maximum value and interest for people with responsibility for workers’ compensation, work health and safety, and return to work performance.
We have partnered this year’s conference with two charity organisations to show our support of their good work. As such, $10 of every ticket sold will be donated to KARMA CURRENCY and GOOD COMPANY. Karma Currency provides much needed funding to community projects and Good Company offers skilled volunteers to community groups needing assistance. Both organisations will be at the conference for more information.
The NCSI understands that new information and continuous improvement are becoming ever more valuable ingredients in business management and are important tools for maximising the benefits of workplace safety and sound workers compensation and injury management.
As a sponsor or exhibitor you will profit from the policy makers, researchers, experts, and other interested individuals attending to discuss issues and solutions.
We look forward to welcoming our fabulous speakers at this year’s conference and more importantly, to see you there.
As you will see, the conference price starting from $1,100 for members is very competitive for the value to be gained over 2 days, and discounted accommodation is available at Novotel Twin Waters starting at $149 per night.
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