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  • Statistics

    WHS reports and statistics

    View our WHS reports and statistics for key work health and safety statistics, regional profiles, locality profiles, notified fatalities, infographics postcards and industry statistical updates.

  • Campaign

    Safe Work Month 2022 and Work Well 365

    Register now for events and download resources to help you keep work health, safety and return to work top of mind all year round.

  • Publication

    WorkCover Queensland corporate plan

    WorkCover Queensland's corporate plan lists strategies, goals and performance indicators for the defined period.

  • Tool

    Tools

    A listing of tools available on the website. Use the in-page search or filters to help you easily find what you need.

  • Video

    Videos

    A listing of videos available on the website. Use the in-page search or filters to help you easily find what you need.

  • Campaign

    Safety Advocates

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

  • Podcast

    Podcasts

    A listing of podcasts available on the website. Use the in-page search or filters to help you easily find what you need.

  • 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.

  • Tool

    Tools

    These four statistics-based tools can help you manage your business. They are time-lost claims by year and industry, the industry comparative calculator, the return on investment calculator and the eTools that help you develop effective risk controls and identify the financial benefits that follow.

  • Statistics

    Research

    Workplace Health and Safety Queensland's (WHSQ) harm index and associated heat maps can be used when developing educational, advisory, intervention and leadership programs that are aimed at reducing the incidence of workplace health and safety deaths, injury and illness.

  • Campaign

    Electrical Safety Week 2022

    Free events for industry leaders, electrical workers, contractors and apprentices to find out more about safety in the electrical industry.

  • Guide

    Starting a business

    How to set up your business so you comply with Queensland’s health and safety laws.