Annual Highlights 2018

 

 

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There’s probably not a better service to any industry

Brett
Incolink member

Snapshot FY18

$812m

In funds under management

$131.4m

Redundancy contributions from members

$97.8m

Redundancy claims paid to members

82,000+

Total worker and employer members

$21.8m

Paid to worker members in insurance benefits

$21.3m

Invested back into industry training and OH&S

$8m

Government commitment to OH&S (over four years)

3,078

On site health & skin checks delivered to workers

3,417

Counselling & brief intervention sessions to workers & their families

10,283

Workers participated in 82 toolbox sessions

Incolink has helped me find work many times over the years

Keith
Incolink member

Member Experience

Incolink has over 82,000 worker and employer members.

If it wasn’t for Incolink, my family member would probably be dead on the street by now

Jacqui
Incolink member

Wellbeing & Support Prevention Services

In FY18 Incolink delivered:

284 

preventative education sessions

3,837 

participants

380

referrals*

* Referrals may include external agencies, interventions or other general supports

Whether there’s an incident on site, or things aren’t right at home, Incolink has your back

Wellbeing & Support Intervention Services

During FY18:

3,417

counselling sessions delivered to workers and their families

191

members contacted our new 24/7 telephone counselling service

3,366

members received Incolink job support

117

members obtained work through Incolink Job Support referrals

Incolink Health Checks & Skin Checks

In 2017/2018 Incolink launched Skin Checks to accompany our existing Health Checks program. Incolink Health Checks and Skin Checks are delivered on construction sites across Victoria and Tasmania. The program is delivered over 3 steps and focuses on workers physical and mental health.

During FY18:

7,090

workers

participated in introductory toolbox sessions

3,078

workers

completed a workplace Health Check or Skin Check

10,283

workers

participated in 82 preventative education toolbox sessions

294

additional

support services were provided

Incolink’s investment in industry training helped upskill almost 17,000 workers last year

Industry Training Grants

INCOLINK PAID GRANTS TOTALLING

$21.3m

FROM FUND RESERVES

$16.2m

Training & Development

$4.8m

Occupational Health & Safety

$0.3m

Victorian Building Industry Disputes Panel

10,949

Building & Construction Workers Trained

5,937

Plumbing Workers Trained

Incolink insurance gives members and their families protection and peace of mind

Incolink Insurances

INCOLINK’S ACCIDENT & ILLNESS BENEFITS PROGRAM
Leisure Time Accident & Illness Benefits Program; TAC Top-Up; WorkCover Top-Up; Workplace Trauma

$18,710,009

Total paid

827 claims

FUNERAL COVER*

$372,260

Total paid

38 claims

AMBULANCE COVER*

$763,929

Total paid

655 claims

DENTAL COVER*

$107,431

Total paid

140 claims

PORTABLE SICK LEAVE INSURANCE (PSLI) COVER

$1,842,746

Total paid

387 claims

*DISCRETIONARY COVER

INCOLINK 2018

ANNUAL REPORT