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FEFO Consulting recently joined forces with one of our strategic partners to help a client. With a tight labour market, finding the personnel with the experience and capacity can be tough. Our Partnership provided agile specialists at speed to fill a client need.
As an outcome, we streamlined processes, initiated greater levels of early intervention, enabled recovery at work, improved RTW outcomes and a reduction in costs.
About Return to Work Consulting
Through strategic management of workplace injuries, Return to Work Consulting aims to mitigate rising insurance premiums for businesses. They provide businesses with a Return to Work Coordinator ready to respond to a workplace injury and who will also review your WorkSafe compliance requirements.
Services include workers compensation claims management, ergonomic assessments and premium analysis.
Exciting news! Recently, the team here at FEFO Consulting submitted an abstract to the World Congress on Safety and Health at work and were lucky enough to be chosen as a finalist out of over 1,100 submissions!
Our team will be presenting at the 23rd World Congress on ‘Measuring Health & Safety Performance’ from an international perspective.
In collaboration with several of Partners from UK, Europe, New Zealand, Asia, Canada, and South America, we have provided a unique insight into universally relevant health and safety measurement techniques.
A big thank you to everyone on our team of partners who contributed to our submission.
Rebecca Crompton, Director, FEFO Consulting, Australia
Or Hever, CEO – Move4Life Corporate Wellness Provider, Poland
Ian Gordan, Director, Gordon Foley Consulting, Scotland
Maria Kolarova – Titopoulou, PHD, Managing Director, LOT-CONSULT EOOD, Bulgaria
Cam Mitchell, President, Kasa Consulting, Canada
Sriram Prasath, EHS Project Manager, Singapore
Rafael Santos, EHS Manager, L’Oréal, Brazil.
Recent studies conducted by the University of Oxford suggest that wellbeing interventions that seek organisational change and engage with working conditions are more successful than individual wellness initiatives in the work environment. This research is consistent with our Health and Safety Index benchmark results.
Based on our 2022 benchmark data analysis, we recommend four core areas to improve Health & Wellbeing in the workplace.
For more information on our Health and Safety Index diagnostic (Dx) surveys, health and safety climate benchmark results, and methods to identify workplace psychosocial factors, click here.
To learn more about this recent study, access the scientific paper here:
Here are a few exciting dates for the diary in 2023!
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