Uncover the latest news and happenings from in and around EML. From the launch of new tools and programs, to our community initiatives and partner activities.

  1. Pain Revolution Tour 2020

    18 March 2020

    The Pain Revolution Tour took place across regional Victoria , starting with a ‘Pain Science in Practice Workshop’ followed by 35 riders hitting the road and conducting pain education sessions for the public and health professionals in ten locations.

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  2. Celebrating our female leaders on IWD2020

    09 March 2020

    To celebrate International Women's Day, EML is showcasing the many inspiring women playing a pivotal role in leading the workforce. General Manager EML Federal Self-Insurance Susie Walford is one of them.

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  3. $100,000 pledged to mental health assistance

    18 February 2020

    EML has pledged $100,000 to support health providers in bushfire affected areas to provide trauma-informed care to the community.

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  4. Implementing learnings from bushfire crisis

    13 February 2020

    A visit to bushfire affected communities by an EML Case Manager sheds valuable light on support required for injured workers.

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  5. National Commissioner to investigate ADF suicides

    10 February 2020

    EML congratulates the Prime Minister and Federal Government on the announcement of a permanent National Commissioner to investigate cases of actual, suspected and attempted suicide in current and former ADF members and make recommendations on prevention and assistance.

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  6. Mental health support for first responders

    16 January 2020

    Emergency service workers contributing to firefighting and recovery efforts, and the communities affected by the bushfire crisis, are experiencing high exposure to potentially traumatic events, increasing their risk of developing PTSD and other psychological injuries.

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