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  • Campaign

    Safe Work Month 2020

    In October 2020 we delivered a program of virtual events, tools and resources focusing on work health and safety and return to work.

  • Publication

    May 2021

    May 2021 edition of eSAFE Rural Newsletter.

  • Campaign

    Ambassadors

    Queensland Safety Ambassador Shane shares the impact of his father's death and importance of staying safe at work and strong safety culture.

  • Campaign

    Safety Advocates

    Our Safety Advocates highlight the personal impacts that an injury can have on workers and their families.

  • Statistics

    A core function of our work as the regulator is to develop and maintain an evidence base to inform workplace health and safety and workers’ compensation policy and practice.

  • Guide

    Steering Healthy Minds

    A collaboration by the Transport Industry Mental Health Initiative (TIMHI), Steering Healthy Minds has identified three main areas of focus – normalising, promoting and supporting the mental health of workers in the transport industry.

  • Video

    Jason Daniels' story – surviving an electric shock from overhead powerlines

    Jason was only 17 years old when the grain auger he was moving contacted overhead powerlines and he received a serious electric shock.

  • Tools

    View all the statistics related tools.

  • Reports

    View WHS and Workers' Compensation scheme reports and statistics.

  • Campaign

    Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Actions that should be taken by employers and workers to ensure workplace hygiene and cleanliness is achieved to the standard necessary to protect people against COVID-19 infection.

  • Video

    Preventing workers falling from trucks

    This workers’ Compensation Regulator webinar outlines the purpose of suitable duties programs and how they can assist in getting better return to work outcomes.

  • Case study

    No damages for highly unusual work event

    The plaintiff was a 25-year-old hospitality worker at the Daydream Island Resort. He suffered unusual injuries in highly unusual circumstances.