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            DWF Webinar: Is contracting COVID-19 in the workplace compensable?

            The  evolving  Coronavirus  (COVID­-19)  situation  means  that  employers  in Australia  and  across  the  world  are  now  navigating  an  ever  changing landscape  of  issues  for  their  businesses. From  a  workers'  compensation perspective,  employers  should  be  alive  to  the  risks  associated  with  this dynamic situation.
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            Date
            07 April 2020 09:00
            to
            07 April 2020 10:00

            Locations
            Online Webinar

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            Join our Insurance and Workers' Compensation experts Damien van Brunschot and Carmen Chapman for an interactive webinar, as they explore whether contracting COVID-19 in the workplace is compensable, as well as potential psychological claims and some of the key risks for employers and ways to mitigate these.

            Damien and Carmen will also be joined by members of our workplace relations team including Matthew Smith, Michelle Dawson and Damian Hegarty, as they draw on their insight from an employment and workplace health and safety perspective. 

            We hope you can join us for what will be an interactive and informative webinar.

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