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  • Video

    Snorkelling sense

    This film can be incorporated into the safety briefing to help engage passengers and reinforce key snorkelling safety messages.

  • Robyn Neilson

    Robyn, a trained nurse, was the first responder to her neighbour who suffered horrific injuries after her arms caught in a post-hole digger.

  • Video

    Remote and isolated work

    This film outlines how workers in remote or isolated areas are at risk if they don't have good communication options available to them and some solutions to enable a quick rescue should something happen.

  • Video

    Machinery guarding

    A worker lost two fingers and his hand was crushed when it was caught in an unguarded power press.

  • Statistics

    Regional industry heat maps

    The regional industry heat maps demonstrate the relative harm by industry for each of the three WHSQ regions: Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay; South West, Logan and Gold Coast; and North and Central Queensland. They include all industries (excluding mining) for all on-duty at place of work claims to the ANZSIC three digit level.

  • Video

    Effective lookouts

    A lookout on duty should do nothing other than monitor divers and snorkelers to have the best chance of to spot someone in difficulty and initiate an emergency response.

  • 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

    Electrical arc flash

    Safety film produced by the Electrical Safety Office highlights the serious dangers of electrical arc flashes.

  • Video

    Arc flash safety – Mark’s story

    Experienced electrician Mark was badly burnt by an arc flash while working on a commercial switchboard. He spent three weeks in hospital and couldn't work for three months.

  • Video

    Always wear a helmet

    Wearing a helmet is the best way to minimise the risk of a head injury.

  • Video

    Electrical apprentice safety forum

    This breakfast event held at Bracken Ridge TAFE provided electrical apprentices with an update on what is happening in the electrical industry and information on how to stay safe at work, look after your mental health and achieve success.

  • Video

    Electrical industry safety webinar

    The Electrical industry safety webinar is for electrical contractors, electricians and anyone working in the electrical industry to hear industry updates and learn more about staying safe in the electrical industry.