Explore our case studies. They’ll give you an insight into how we help employers and workers, just like you.

See how we expertly manage workers compensation claims, improve work outcomes and help injured workers recover and return to work.

  1. Claims tool innovation trial: PACE project

    Some injured workers with a workers compensation claim are at risk of not returning to work within the expected timeframe, for a range of reasons. The PACE Project helps case managers identify high risk claims and provide greater support to workers.

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  2. Getting in early

    A unique and timely solution to a common problem has made a big difference to property and infrastructure company Lendlease. The EML member benefits program was used to establish a priority care early intervention triage service for injured Lendlease workers. Results have been outstanding.

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  3. On the move

    EML senior mobile case manager Tim shares his insights into what a typical day looks like for mobile case managers and the ways in which this unique role is helping workers get their lives back.

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  4. Face to face support

    When Pete, an employee of Waller Fencing, a family company in Port Elliot, South Australia, was injured at work, his boss, David Waller, was worried.

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  5. 500,000 kilometres and counting

    Mobile case management is having a profound effect on workers’ lives – it’s helping them get back to work faster and feel great about doing so.

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  6. Caring for carers

    Barossa Village, an aged care provider in one of Australia’s most beautiful wine regions, knew their staff were at high risk of musculoskeletal injuries.

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  7. Cost effective training

    With 300 employees that need ongoing workplace health and safety training, IKEA Adelaide has discovered that the best place to go is online.

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  8. Value adding with EMlearning

    Aged care specialists, KinCare, sought to improve their return to work program and found EMlearning to be the solution they were looking for.

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  9. Savings for YMCA

    YMCA provides numerous youth and family services to over 500,000 Australians each year. The community-focused, not for profit organisation employs 2,300 staff at 130 locations across New South Wales.

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  10. Unforgettable impact

    A South Australian electrician who sustained severe burns to 31% of his body in a workplace accident is the inspiration behind this video for apprentices and trainees by PEER VEET.

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  11. Change for the better

    When a review revealed a high number of workers compensation claims were attributed to musculoskeletal injuries, Sims Metal Management (SMM) decided that something had to change.

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  12. Tailored to your needs

    A 30% reduction in direct injury costs is one of the many benefits The Barossa Co-op has enjoyed from introducing a tailored injury management system.

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