Workers' compensation and its effectiveness. "On compo": workers' compensation in Victoria

Australia, 1980

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Two programs which address the issue of workers’ compensation in Victoria. In the first program Noel Norton chairs a discussion between Ian Spicer, Ken Stone and Mark Esler on the aspects of concern to them. The second program gives an overview of how workers’ compensation works in Victoria, the legislative and administrative processes involved, and its advantages and disadvantages.

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Victoria. Education Dept. Audio-Visual Resources Branch



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