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  • Snorkel safety challenge 2024

    Calling all Queensland dive and snorkel operators! Showcase your assessment and rescue skills and establish your organisation as one that is committed to safety in the marine tourism industry.

  • Farm safety calendar competition

    Queensland primary school students are encouraged to draw and colour a picture to illustrate a farm safety message. Entries close Friday 21 June 2024.

  • Safety Advocates

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Safe Work Month 2023

    Safe Work Month is held nationally each year in October. But it’s not just about staying safe in October. Safer, healthier workplaces are for everyone, every day. Work Well 365 days a year and access our health, safety and return to work resources to help you.

  • Ensuring health and safety in food delivery services

    Whether your business produces and delivers food or employs delivery drivers, it is essential you prioritise your workers’ health and safety and manage the risks inherent to this type of work.

  • 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.

  • Electrical Safety Week 2023

    Electrical Safety Week 2023 featured events for industry leaders, electrical workers, contractors and apprentices, and was a great opportunity to find out more about safety in the electrical industry. All events were livestreamed and recordings are now available.

  • Ambassadors

    Our safety ambassadors share their stories and increase awareness of the importance of mentally healthy workplaces and work health and safety.

  • Tyre safety campaign

    Tyres can pose risks to workers and others throughout their lifecycle, particularly when heavy vehicles are part of business operations. During 2021-22 Workplace Health and Safety Queensland will focus on tyre safety in a number of industries to raise awareness of the risks associated with handling and storing tyres and improve industry practices.