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As a RRTWC I have been specially trained to provide support to injured or ill employees on their road to recovery.
Injuries and illnesses can be physical or psychological. My role is to initiate and maintain contact with the injured employee, their supervisor and their doctor or other treating professionals, and develop and coordinate a rehabilitation program to help the individual get back to work as soon as they are able to. That's the goal.
Confidentiality is very important, you have to build relationships on mutual respect and trust as the injured employee has to feel supported and that the workplace is doing everything possible to help them recover.
All RRTWCs are already employees in the workplace, I am a business manager and that's my full time role and on top of that I am the RRTWC for the school. I enjoy the role because I get a sense of fulfilment from suporting my coleagues; it's great when you see positive results from the rehabilitation process.
All department schools and workplaces have a trained rehabilitation and return to work coordinator, and these people are your first point of contact if you or one of your employees cannot work due to injury or illness.
If you don't know who your RRTWC is you can contact your school based WHS committee or principal or manager and they will be able to tell you who the RRTWC is at your workplace.
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