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[ARCHIVED] Occupational job dictionary [online] : aged care industry : an analysis of regular tasks and human movements common to workers and employers working in the aged care industry

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Internet only - free access
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Keswick, S. Aust.: SafeWork SA
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2006
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Electronic resource
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Publications previously produced by SafeWork SA and ReturnToWorkSA (previously WorkCoverSA) are made available online via this Library catalogue for research purposes only. This title may reference superseded South Australian legislation, include links to web pages that have moved or no longer exist, or may refer to other documents that are no longer available. 

The dictionary assists employers, employees and medical practitioners to decide on the appropriate tasks required for an employee to return to work during the rehabilitation process of a specific work-related injury. The dictionary can also be used as a resource or tool for managers and supervisors to recruit new workers and train existing employees. Occupations include : care workers, cleaners, clerical officers, commercial kitchen staff, diversional therapists, enrolled nurses, gardners/handypersons, health and fitness coordinators, health and fitness leaders, IT workers, laundry workers, maintenance workers, podiatrists, and registered nurses.

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