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  • Video

    Managing traffic on site

    Unfortunately, incidents involving vehicles and powered mobile plant and pedestrians in the workplace still causes far too many serious injuries and deaths to workers and members of the public.

  • Publication

    WorkCover Queensland annual reports

    WorkCover Queensland annual reports are a record of our finanical and non-financial performance. It also explains who we are, what we do, and how we do it.

  • Tool

    People at work

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

  • Guide

    Starting a business

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

  • Video

    Webinar series

    Explore the recorded live digital events to find out more about safety in the electrical industry.

  • Video

    Craig's story

    Craig suffered serious injuries to his back, ribs and pelvis when he fell from a ladder at work.

  • Statistics

    Regulator legislative updates

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

  • Podcast

    Asbestos podcasts

    Asbestos and your home.

  • Guide

    If an injury or illness occurs

    The steps to take—from making sure people are safe to reporting injuries and making a claim.

  • Video

    In it for the long haul - Tiffany's story

    At 18 Tiffany was severely injured at work when both of her arms were caught in a potato processing auger.

  • Campaign

    Farm safety calendar competition

    Farm safety calendar competition winners announced! View the winning entries and order your 2023 Farm safety calendar today!

  • Guide

    Steering Healthy Minds

    A collaboration by the Transport Industry Mental Health Initiative (TIMHI), Steering Healthy Minds has identified three main areas of focus – normalising, promoting and supporting the mental health of workers in the transport industry.