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Safe Work Month - Campaign

Safe Work Month

Safe Work Month is the annual awareness month held in October that encourages all working Queenslanders to get involved in health and safety in their workplace, to help reduce death, injury and disease.

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Mental Health Week 2019 - Campaign

Mental Health Week 2019

Mental Health Week (6-13 October 2019) promotes the importance of mental health and wellbeing, helping to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness. Get involved and learn more about what your workplace can, and should, be doing to manage psychological illness and injury risks.

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Farm safety calendar competition - Campaign

Farm safety calendar competition

Show off your drawing skills and learn more about farm safety! Find out how to enter, and win some great prizes!

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Safety advocates - Campaign

Safety advocates

Safety in the workplace is no accident! Our safety advocates increase awareness about the importance of work health and safety, highlight the personal impacts that an injury can have on workers and their families and prompt discussion about work health and safety.

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Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards - Campaign

Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards

The Queensland Safe Work and Return to Work Awards recognise and reward organisations and individuals for their contribution and commitment to positive work health and safety and return to work outcomes.

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Ride ready - Campaign

Ride ready

How Ride ready are you? Play the Ride ready game and test your quad bike safety skills!

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North Queensland Injury prevention and Return to Work Conference 2019 - Campaign

North Queensland Injury prevention and Return to Work Conference 2019

The North Queensland Injury Prevention and Return to Work Conference returns to Townsville in 2019 with safety as well as return to work speakers and break-out streams.

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Respect the power at work and at home - Campaign

Respect the power at work and at home

Powerlines can be lethal and unforgiving. Touching them or straying into exclusion zones could severely hurt or kill you or your entire crew. The best way to stay electrically safe is to maintain the greatest possible distance from powerlines.

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Health and safety ambassadors - Campaign

Health and safety ambassadors

Our safety ambassadors share their stories and increase awareness of the importance of work health and safety.

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The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough. - Campaign

The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

Regardless of whether you own or rent, you should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits.

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Stay safer up there, switch off down here - Campaign

Stay safer up there, switch off down here

There are serious electrical safety risks in ceiling spaces. Whether you are a homeowner or a tradie, there is one simple thing you can do to make it safer before you go up into the ceiling space – turn off all the main power switches at the switchboard.

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Child safety in home workplaces - Campaign

Child safety in home workplaces

Your home business can be as dangerous as any other workplace… how are you protecting your kids?

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Last updated
12 December 2017

Register for a free information session

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists will deliver 10 information sessions across the state.

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Free information session

Lend Lease reaps benefit of helping motivated injured workers recover at work

Property and infrastructure group, Lend Lease is giving injured workers a new lease on life and rehabilitating them back to work sooner through WorkCover Queensland's Recover at Work host employment program.

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Lend Lease and Recover at Work