Useful links

A list of links to useful tools and resources

Below is a list of the various organisations and associations that provide a range of tools and resources you may find useful. If you're aware of other links you think should also be included, please speak to your relationship manager or email the Communications Team.

Australasian College of Health Service Management

Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Realising the Health Benefits of Work

Australian Hand Surgery Society (AHSS)

Australian Hand Therapy Association

Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency

Australian Medical Association of Queensland

Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA)

Australian Physiotherapists Association (APA)

Australian Plastic Surgery Society (APS)

Australian Psychological Society (for mental health information, refer to their Mental health resources and assistance)

Australian Rehabilitation Providers Association (ARPA)

Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ASOSS)

Australian Society of Rehabilitation Counsellors Inc (ASORC)

Chiropractor Association

College of Surgeons

Comcare

Dame Carol Black, Fit for Work 2012 Best Practice (see film below) and Health at work - an independent review of sickness absence (with David Frost CBE)

Doctor Richard Pimentel

Exercise and Sports Science Australian (ESSA)

Health Networks Western Australia

MBS online

Medibank Private, The Health of Australia's Workforce

Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC)

Neurosurgical Society of Australasia

Occupational Therapists Association (OTA)

Pain Health

Preventative Health Taskforce

Queensland Health

Queensland Workers' Compensation Regulator

Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust and Spinal Research Unit, University of Huddersfield, Obstacles to recovery from musculoskeletal disorders in industry

Sector Readiness and Workforce Capacity Clearinghouse – a collaboration between the Health and Community Services Workforce Council (Workforce Council), National Disability Services (NDS), Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE (SQIT) and the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (DCCSDS).

Slideshare, What's the Hard Return of Wellness?

The Joint Commission and its report, Improving patient and worker safety

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland

Other jurisdictions

Australian Capital Territory

Access Canberra

New South Wales

SafeWork NSW

icare

Northern Territory

NTWorkSafe

South Australia

Return to Work SA

Tasmania

WorkCover Tasmania

Victoria

WorkSafe Victoria

Western Australia

WorkCover WA

Last updated
09 May 2018