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  • People at work

    People at Work is a psychosocial risk assessment process to help identify and manage risks to the psychological health at work.

  • Recover at Work agreement

    This document outlines the agreement between "the host" and WorkCover Queensland in relation to the Recover at Work program for "the worker"

  • Safety fundamentals tool

    This toolkit is for small businesses, including sole traders, and will help you understand your legal obligations and comply with the law to create a safer, healthier and more successful business.

  • Asbestos A class licence holders

    An up to date list off A Class Asbestos licence holders in Queensland.

  • Electrical contractor self-audit

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

  • Serious about farm safety templates

    Farm safety templates - PN11692 Version 1 July 2014

  • Return on investment calculator

    The return on investment (ROI) calculator is a tool that assists organisations to estimate an indicative return on their investments in work health and safety (WHS). It provides an indication of whether a particular investment (e.g. a new piece of equipment or an employee wellbeing program) will improve an organisation’s bottom line.

  • Checklist - planning the safe set-up and operation of elevating work platforms (EWPs)

    Checklist - planning the safe set-up and operation of elevating work platforms (EWPs)

  • Organisational systems benchmarking tool

    Assess whether you have an effective and systematic approach to managing work health and safety, worker health and well-being and/or rehabilitation and return to work.

  • PErforM Risk Assessment Tool

    PErforM - Participative Ergonomics for manual-tasks

  • Work Health and Safety Policy template

    The responsibility for managing health and safety ultimately rests with the person in control of the business or undertaking (PCBU)