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Shred-X: Developing a national safety plan - WorkCover Queensland Case Studies

Shred-X: Developing a national safety plan

Shred-X Document Destruction (Shred-X) provides secure destruction services, from paper shredding to digital media destruction.

Shred-X services thousands of commercial sites and households across South-East Queensland on a weekly basis. Trucks regularly visit Bundaberg, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Toowoomba, Emerald and northern New South Wales. Read more...

Taking good care of safety at childcare centre - WorkCover Queensland Case Studies

Taking good care of safety at childcare centre

Sesame Lane Childcare has shown some great strides in improving their health, safety and injury management programs after working with the Injury Prevention and Management program (IPaM). Read more...

Fresh take on safety leads to real results - WorkCover Queensland Case Studies

Fresh take on safety leads to real results

Seapal Pallets and Crates began participating in the IPaM program in January 2013 with a focus on improving their workplace health and safety systems. Read more...

Cook Medical: on the road to recovery - WorkCover Queensland Case Studies

Cook Medical: on the road to recovery

Cook Medical takes safety and injury management seriously, and manages manual tasks, stress, health and wellbeing to keep their workers safe, and by doing so, have reduced their premium rate from double the premium industry rate. Read more...

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31 October 2016

Register now for Safety Leadership Challenge Mid-Point Event

Attend an after-work event on 20 November 2017 on the progress of the Safety Leadership Challenge. Hear directly from the leaders involved around their challenges and solution.

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Register now for Safety Leadership Challenge Mid-Point Event

There's nothing like getting back for getting better

Workers who get back to safe work as soon as possible recover more quickly than those who wait until they are fully recovered.

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There's nothing like getting back for getting better