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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

    Diving fall at aquatic centre leads to $125,000 fine

    A fine of $125,000 has been handed to a local government after a serious accident at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in Southport left a four-year-old girl with fractures to her skull and vertebrae.

  • News article

    Joint initiative aims to reduce plumbers’ risk of injury

    WorkCover Queensland is investing in the construction industry’s injury risk reduction, with its recent collaboration with Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ).

  • 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

    Easing the burden of manual task injuries in disability and aged care

    A Queensland-based pilot program is easing the burden of injuries that result from people-handling on nurses, support workers and carers in aged care and disability services.

  • News article

    Richard's story

    Richard was seriously injured when he came off his e-scooter while commuting to work in November 2021. With WorkCover support, he's been able to get back to work and life.

  • News article

    Preventing injuries while working from home

    More Queenslanders are working remotely, so how do employers ensure that their workers have a safe and healthy working environment at home?

  • News article

    Managing sprains and strains in the retail tyre industry

    A new pilot project is helping employers in the retail tyre industry address the risk factors contributing to work-related sprains and strains.