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  • News article

    Scott's story

    When Scott injured his thumb on a machine at work, having support from his family, WorkCover and his employer helped him get back to work and a sense of normality.

  • Media release

    Opportunity to join Queensland’s Medical Assessment Tribunals

    The Queensland Government is seeking specialist practitioners for the state workers’ compensation scheme’s General Medical Assessment Tribunal and newly-created Psychiatric Assessment Tribunal.

  • News article

    Sandra's story

    Sandra's resilience, along with support from WorkCover and her employer, helped her to get back to aged care nursing after an injury at work.

  • News article

    Glen's story

    Glen Bennett's life changed dramatically when he was involved in an horrific crash in central Queensland. Now, nearly three years on, it’s been a steep road to recovery, but Glen’s positive mindset and strong support network have been crucial.

  • News article

    Review into Queensland’s workers’ compensation scheme

    The Queensland Government has announced an independent review of the state’s workers’ compensation scheme is underway.

  • News article

    Deborah's story

    Dr Deborah Simmons was diagnosed with PTSD after being a first responder at the Grosvenor mine explosion in Moranbah in May 2020. This is the story of how she was able to recover, and get back to work as an anaesthetist and rural generalist.

  • News article

    Making in-roads to improve mental health for transport workers

    Australasia’s largest bus operator Kinetic has made significant in-roads towards improving mental health outcomes for drivers, through a pilot program supported by industry and WorkCover Queensland.

  • News article

    High Court mental injury ruling reaffirms employer duty of care

    A recent High Court of Australia ruling has reaffirmed an employer’s duty of care to its workers to take reasonable care to avoid mental injuries in the workplace.