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WorkCover Queensland online services
Login to WorkCover Connect for employers to quickly and easily:
- manage your policy
- monitor claims
- produce a certificate of currency
- track industry data and analytics.
Workers and providers
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Use the links below to register and read more about the benefits of a WorkCover account.
Apply or renew a licence or policy
Renew or change High Risk Work licence
High Risk Work licences are valid for 5 years. You can use the links below to renew your licence or change your contact details.
High Risk Work online register
This search will confirm the licence status of a Queensland High Risk Work licence (HRWL).
This search will only return results for workers that hold a current HRWL and for licences requiring renewal.
For information on cancelled or suspended licences please call 1300 362 128.
Renew/reinstate Electrical Worker or Electrical Contractor licence
Use the appropriate online application to renew a Queensland electrical contractor licence which is due to expire or a Queensland electrical work licence or reinstate a licence which expired less than 12 months ago.
Apply to register plant
A person with management or control of registrable plant can apply to register plant online. You must complete a separate form for each item of plant.
Apply for a policy with WorkCover Queensland
Apply for an Accident Insurance Policy, Household Worker Policy, or Workplace Personal Injury Insurance Policy.
Workers' Compensation Regulator online services
Use these online services for:
Electrical licence holder search
Check the licence status of a Queensland electrical worker or contractor.
Send information to WorkCover
Ask Workplace Health and Safety or Electrical Safety a question
Training and skills maintenance
ESO skills maintenance assessment
Queensland electrical workers can use this online course to satisfy the skills maintenance requirements for licence renewal under the Electrical Safety Regulation 2013.
Electrical contractor self-audit
We have a self-audit tool designed to help you better understand and meet your key electrical safety obligations. This online application covers obligations outlined in Queensland electrical legislation and Australian Standards.
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- Last updated
- 07 December 2017
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