Work Injury Prevention & Compliance of
Employees' Compensation Ordinance
(Course Code: HR190723)
Date: 2019.07.23 (Tue)
Time: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue: Room 2101, 21/F., Gala Place, 56 Dundas Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
Language: Cantonese with English terminology
*Discount for payment settled on or before 2 July 2019, or 3 delegates enrol together.
Who Should Attend
Human Resources Managers and staff with responsibilities for functions within the workplace that relate to Work Injury.
Part I: Work Injury Prevention
Principles of Accident Prevention
Basic Concepts of Causes of Accident
Hierarchy of hazard control - ESEAP
Outline the difference between reactive and proactive means of accident prevention
How to draft the Accident Prevention plan
Part II: Compliance of Employees’ Compensation Ordinance
Application of the Employees’ Compensation Ordinance (“ECO”) – who are covered and not covered
Work injury and occupational disease: Definitions and grey areas
Rights and obligations of relevant parties
Arrangement of medical examination and treatment for the employee
Declaring the case to the Labour Department, arrangement of sick leave clearance and medical assessment
Types of compensation and methods of calculation and the procedures to closing an Employees’ Compensation claim
Managing suspected cases, assignment of light duties during the recovery process
Participants who successfully complete this course and have 80% attendance will be issued a Certificate of Attendance
Registered Safety Officer, QHSE Manager of sizable construction company
Registered safety officer, possess a Bachelor Degree in OSHE and has more than 15 years of experience in working in the construction industry and undertaking senior positions in multi-national companies and large scale public services organizations. He possesses deep understanding on legal requirements and practice knowledge on accident investigation and formulation of preventive measures. He is now working as a QHSE Manager of a sizable construction company. His client includes Bank of Communications, Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Fedex Express, etc.
BA (Hons) Social Science (Policy), HR & Corporate Trainer
Having many years practical experience in settling monetary disputes between employees and employers. Handled over 5000 phone calls. Currently, she is a HR & Corporate Trainer and the columnist for Recruit HR corner. Her clients come from universities, NPO, NGO and private companies. Just to name a few, such as: Hong Kong Baptist University, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tuen Mun IVE, Shatin IVE, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong Society for the Blind, Aberdeen Kai-fong Welfare Association, Yan Oi Tong YES Program, The Hong Kong FYG Continuous Learning Centre.
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