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  • Video

    The duty of care owed by employers during COVID-19

    Guest presenters, Chris Murphy and Jessica Byrne of Cooper Grace Ward discuss the duty of care owed by employers during the Coronavirus pandemic.

  • Guide

    Asbestos assessors

    A regularly updated list of asbestos assessors.

  • Video

    ON Communicating: One size does not suit all

    This webinar helps all stakeholders prepare meaningful suitable duties programs for injured workers suffering from musculoskeletal disorders.

  • Case study

    Ramsay Health Care

    Winner of the Q-COMP 2010 Return to Work Awards - large employer. By appropriately managing injured workers, and providing support and resources, RHC's employees can return to work safely and as soon as possible following an injury.

  • Case study

    Rotation of manual task roles and smaller milk jugs - BP Retail Wild Bean Cafes

    BP is engaged in the exploration for and production of oil, natural gas and liquefied natural gas, and the refining, transportation and marketing of petroleum products. BP is also responsible for a number of coffee making facilities as part of retail activities at its travel centres. Some of these travel centres experience high volumes of coffee production, with approximately 140 coffees produced per hour during peak periods. These high volume sites include Wild Bean Cafes based at travel centres across South-East Queensland.

  • Video

    How wellness impacts safety - pain science

    This interactive session will explore how new ideas and findings in pain science and fatigue can help us to better understand accidents and how pain presents in the workplace.

  • Case study

    Leighton Contractors

    This case study demonstrates the importance of having a planned workplace health and safety strategy in place and identifying risk factors to mitigate injury.

  • Guide

    Demolition licence holders

    A current list of liscence holders

  • Video

    ALL ABOARD! Greyhound’s journey to improve safety

    Follow Greyhound’s journey to improve safety. Greyhound’s participation in the Injury Prevention and Management Program (IPaM), has resulted in a significant drop in injury rates and improved their workplace safety culture. Check out this new film to see how Greyhound's commitment to safety could help at your workplace.

  • Video

    Return to work barrier series: Lower back pain

    This workers’ Compensation Regulator webinar outlines the purpose of suitable duties programs and how they can assist in getting better return to work outcomes.

  • Video

    ON Series: Overcoming barriers after a near death injury

    Bruce O'Grady was crushed in a forklift incident and suffered four fractured vertebrae, collapsed lungs, a broken pelvis, fractured ribs, damaged spleen and liver, crushed nerves from the waist down and partial bowel removal, as well as ongoing complications. Bruce's determination to return to work resulted in him receiving the Injured worker achievement award as part of the 2017 Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.

  • Video

    Occupational Violence: What are the Courts telling us?

    Scott Falvey from McInnes Wilson Lawyers discusses occupational violence and reviews recent court judgements from the QIRC and State Courts.