Workers' compensation across Australia
WorkCover Queensland is independent of any other workers' compensation authority. Together with other workers' compensation authorities, WorkCover strives to make workers' compensation easier for employers who operate in multiple states.
Links to other workers' compensation authorities in Australia:
- New South Wales
- Northern Territory
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Comcare (federal)
- Seacare (federal seafarers)
- Heads of Worker's Compensation Authorities.
The following workers' compensation claim forms can be used in Queensland as well as other states.
Safe Work Australia is a federal government advisory body on workers' compensation in Australia. They coordinate work on national workers' compensation harmonisation initiatives as well as producing national workers' compensation information including:
- Comparison of Workers' Compensation Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand.
- Comparative Performance Monitoring Reports - provides trend analysis on the work health and safety and workers' compensation schemes operating in Australia and New Zealand.
- National Return to Work Strategy 2020-2030.
- Last updated
- 28 October 2019
Codes of Practice are now an enforceable standard to manage hazards and risks
A Work Health and Safety inspector may refer to an approved code of practice when issuing an improvement or prohibition notice.
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.