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  • Losing breath - The Adam Sager story

    Workplace Health and Safety Queensland's latest film, losing breath tells the tragic story of Adam Sager who died from mesothelioma (an asbestos related disease) at the age of 25.

  • Zero Harm at Work case study_Energex Sun Safety

    Skin cancer prevention in the workplace

  • Automatic shrink wrapping machine - Rexel

    Rexel is a supplier of electrical products to electricians and members of the public across Queensland that has invested in two automatic shrink wrapping machines, used to wrap stock on pallets to ship to customers.

  • Details of successful prosecution against E226569 - Individual

    Full Decision and agreed statement

  • Dedicated WHS manager and improvements in WHS systems - CB Group

    CB Group is a civil construction company based on the Gold Coast that specialises in energy. It has a workforce of 123, comprising office and field workers. CB Group undertakes a wide variety of civil construction work and specialises in underground work associated with telecommunications, streetlights and traffic signals. The energy division is also involved in renewable energy such as solar.

  • Fly the Flag for MATES in Construction

    WorkCover Queensland will be flying the flag for mates on 10 September, to show our support as part of the annual Fly the Flag for MATES in Construction campaign.

  • IPAM films

    These films showcase the Injury Prevention and Management program and highlight benefits for employers.

  • Back on the road

    With the support of his employer and by having the right attitude, Len Parsons successfully got back on the road as a truck driver and returned to the job he loves.

  • Metcash

    Finalist at the Q-COMP 2010 Return to Work Awards - large employer Metcash effectively implements safety programs and initiatives to reduce the number of injuries while giving employees credit for ensuring a safe work environment.

  • Safety leadership and culture stories

    Hear from safety leaders sharing their experience building and maintaining a positive safety culture in their workplace.

  • Case study: Great worker/employer relationship delivers results

    When 57 year old Malcolm Locker, a concrete truck driver at Hymix, a subsidiary of Hanson Construction Pty Ltd, injured himself at work, not once, but twice, he was worried after his second injury that he wouldn’t have a job to return to. But, the great relationship between him and his employer resulted in a successful return to work.

  • Routine tasks not posing foreseeable risk of injury

    Fatnowna v Acril Quality Testing Services Pty Ltd [unreported] 25 September 2015. In this case the District Court found the employer not to be in breach of its duty to its employees.