Shifting focus from business impact and time off work, to individual’s welfare, is key to improving mental health outcomes in Australia, an Actuaries Institute Seminar has heard.
Cited as the next asbestos, silicosis is impacting the lives of exposed workers and there has been a spike in the number of cases. Khar Mun and his colleague Gavin Moore presented on the claim experience and response to silicosis in Australia at this year's IDSS.
The 2019 IDSS 'Road Ahead' Plenary included presentations from Transport for NSW, SIRA, Volvo and Quantium on how to use data and technology to reduce the number of deaths and other injuries on Australian roads.
Australia is now the sixth biggest member in the International Actuarial Association (IAA) and plays a key role in influencing international standards, like IFRS 17 and actuarial education. In this podcast update, the Institute's International Committee shares developments globally for the Australian profession.
Maintaining the global competitiveness of Australia and its healthcare system and better integration of public and private healthcare delivery are core elements of the latest Actuaries Institute thought leadership paper by actuaries Andrew Matthews and Adam Stolz in collaboration with economists Josefa Henriquez and Francesco Paolucci.
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3 DEC 2019
INSURANCE IN SUPER – PUTTING MEMBERS’ INTERESTS FIRST
Presented by the Insurance in Super Working Group
5 DEC 2019
BRISBANE NETWORKING DRINKS
Drinks to follow Steven Stern's Insights Session
5 DEC 2019
ON PROPER METRICS AND MODELS: LESSONS OF THE CRICKET RAIN RULE PROJECT
Presented by Professor Steven Stern
3-5 JUN 2020
BRAND NEW ACTUARIES SUMMIT
The Actuaries Institute will hold a singular major conference in 2020 which will cater to all practice areas.