Parliamentary Inquiry into Workers Compensation now accepting submissions

 

Dear friends,

The Law and Justice committee, of which David is a member, has just commenced a Parliamentary Inquiry into the operation of the workers compensation scheme.

The terms of this inquiry very much allow for an investigation of oppressive surveillance, the tactical and unethical use of so-called “independent medical examiners” and organisational responses to workplace injuries.

All of these matters are of very real concern to injured police and it is my intention to be seeking some time gets set aside specifically to deal with injured police in the course of this inquiry.

This can only be done if we have the submissions, material and evidence that supports this as systemic issue. We would strongly encourage you to make a submission about your experience: https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/committees/inquiries/Pages/inquiry-details.aspx?pk=2414

The inquiry will be accepting submissions until the 25th September, please don’t hesitate to contact our office if you have any questions.

Kind regards,

David

Parliament House
Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 9230 3030
davidshoebridge.org.au

 

Placed on www.AustralianPolice.com.au on Wednesday  31 August 2016

 

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