16 April 2020

Supporting key infrastructure workers with health support to keep going during COVID-19.

During COVID-19, many businesses have had to stand employees down, close their doors or change their services. But for many organisations, whose services are key parts of the infrastructure of Australia, that isn’t an option.


For more information on this media release, view or download the Injurynet Media Release: Supporting key infrastructure workers with health support to keep going during COVID-19




23 March 2020

Injurynet’s COVID-19 Business Continuity Planning

Injurynet is committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of our clients, our network practitioners and our employees. We have put in place a number of measures to ensure the safe continued delivery of our services and would like to share what is happening across the organisation.


For more information on this media release, view or download the Injurynet Media Release: OUR COVID-19 BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING




02 March 2020

MAX Solutions expands health capability with Injurynet acquisition

Employment, health and training services provider, MAX Solutions, announced today that it has acquired workplace medical services provider Injurynet on the 28th February.

Injurynet boasts over two decades of experience in the health sector and has one of the largest national medical practitioner networks in Australia, working to prevent and reduce the impact of injury and illness in both the workplace and the community.


For more information on this media release, view or download the Max Solutions Media Release: MAX SOLUTIONS EXPANDS HEALTH CAPABILITY WITH INJURYNET ACQUISITION




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Since 1998, Injurynet has delivered innovative workplace medical solutions for medical assessments, injury management, fitness for duty and medical advisory services.

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