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DATE 30 Sep 2016
AUTHOR KINNECT
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KINNECT Renews Contract with Rockhampton Regional Council

KINNECT continues to lead the way in making Queensland Council employees healthy, safe and productive having been re-awarded as the preferred Pre-Employment supplier for the Rockhampton Regional Council.

The Rockhampton Regional Council is the Local Authority representing the Rockhampton Region which covers the townships of Rockhampton, Mount Morgan and Gracemere as well as a number of smaller provincial localities and currently employs over 800 staff.

Working in close partnership with Rockhampton Regional Council is not unfamiliar to KINNECT, having been engaged since 2013 to deliver a wide range of Occupational Health Services; most prominently the development of 20+ Job Dictionaries, streamlining injury management / return to work processes and allowing the delivery of greater than 150 ‘Job Specific’ Pre-Employment Functional Assessments.  This has allowed Rockhampton Regional Council to minimize their level of risk within the organisation, while maximizing the health and safety of their employees.

We are very proud to again be selected as the preferred supplier for Pre-Employment Assessments for the Rockhampton Regional Council” says, Kevin Conlon – CEO.

“In recent years, we have developed a reputation of being the one stop shop for all local council occupational health needs. Our work to date with the Rockhampton Regional Council continues to show our ability to help Queensland councils to prevent and manage workplace injuries.”

KINNECT view the recent re-engagement as confirmation as being the leader in Occupational Health solutions for Local Government.  Currently partnering with multiple Regional and City Councils including, but not exclusive to those mentioned below, KINNECT believe that they have developed a ‘Turn-key’ solution that provides Council with a significant return on investment through the mitigation of risk.

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Learn how KINNECT helped one Central Queensland Council improve their workplace health and safety and save $552,597.41 over 3 years.