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TMF Sharing


The value of knowledge sharing is well known yet much knowledge remains unshared within a community unless opportunities are created.

A strength of the TMF is its potential as a learning community. There are many examples of effective risk management programs being implemented across the Fund and risk professionals are enthusiastic about sharing their experiences and insights with their colleagues and peers in the sector. The TMF Communities of Practice are examples of long established forums for knowledge sharing.  

Below is a collection of presentations and case studies from previous TMF Sharing seminars:

Early Rehabilitation Models Fire & Rescue NSW
Resourcing Management Model Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD
Transport Shared Services Return to Work Services Transport for NSW
Resource Management Model – Workflow Predictor HealthShare NSW
Collaborative and Innovative Injury Management Approach Sydney Water
Peer Support Model Fire & Rescue NSW
Targeted Fitness Reconditioning Program NSW Police Force
Innovative approaches to WHS Integration NSW Trade & Investment
Managing risk in a live environment Sydney Opera House
Safety Culture Journey HealthShare NSW
Enterprise Risk Management software innovation Northern Sydney Local Health District
Repetitive manual Handling tasks and musculoskeletal disorder - a focus on mopping icare Self Insurance (formerly NSW SICorp), Suncorp Risk Services & Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
Staff Safety Hunter New England Local Health District
Wellbeing and Health Promotion Fire & Rescue NSW


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NSW Commission of Audit - Improving return to work outcomes in NSW Government Agencies 

Suncorp Risk services in consultation with icare Self Insurance (formerly NSW SICorp) and WorkCover (SafeWork NSW) completed the Return to Work Project  that reviewed some specific aspects of return to work in TMF agencies.
The main driver for this project was the NSW Commission of Audit Report, 4 May 2012. The Commission recommended that SafeWork NSW and icare Self Insurance should jointly prepare instructions clarifying the following:
1. The injury case management function that is to be performed within agencies and how this complements and differs from the function performed by the TMF Claims Agents;
2. The appropriate qualifications that agency injury case managers are required to hold; and
3. The optimal number of injury case managers that should be employed by agencies by applying relevant benchmarks.

A summary of the Return to Work project can be viewed here.
The full Return to Work project report can be viewed here.