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  • Campaign

    Quad bikes are Queensland farming’s biggest killer

    More than 50 Queenslanders have been killed using quad bikes since 2011. Be a safer quad bike rider by following five simple steps: always wear a helmet, kids on kids’ bikes, don’t double, don’t overload, quad bike training.

  • Case study

    Auto guided vehicles case study: Carlton United Breweries

    Workplace Health and Safety Queensland visited Carlton United Breweries (CUB) to learn more about auto guided vehicles (AGV) at the Yatala facility and how they are improving onsite traffic management (OSTM). CUB employs more than 1,700 people at six Australian breweries and various offices around Australia.

  • Video

    Young workers

    Young workers aged from 15 to 24 years make up about 18 per cent of the Queensland workforce. Around 4400 young workers are seriously injured at work in Queensland each year.

  • Tool

    Electrical contractor self-audit

    This self-audit is designed to help you better understand and meet your key electrical safety obligations.

  • Publication

    Corporate Plan and Statement of Corporate Intent

    These documents list our goals, performance targets and our strategies to achieve them.

  • Video

    People at Work

    People at Work is a validated psychosocial risk assessment survey to help organisations identify the most common psychosocial hazards in their workplace, causing both psychological and physical harm.

  • Campaign

    Safety Advocates

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

  • Campaign

    Work Well Awards 2023

    More than 111 organisations and individuals entered this year’s Work Well Awards, demonstrating their dedication to making Queensland workplaces healthier and safer. Congratulations to the 2023 winners and finalists.

  • Campaign

    Mental Health Week

    Mental Health Week, celebrated annually in October, promotes the importance of mental health and wellbeing and aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

  • Video

    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.

  • Statistics

    Regulator legislative updates

    Workers' compensation and return to work data and information is available from a number of sources.

  • Statistics

    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.