Safe Work Month
Safe Work Month 2016
After a very successful Safe Work Month, it is clear that work health and safety, rehabilitation and return to work are important to Queensland businesses and workers.
- Approximately 5500 people attended Safe Work Month events throughout the state.
- Safety Ambassador Shane Webcke attended 24 events, meeting with employers and workers and sharing his story.
- More than 120 people shared their moments that matter with us and spread their safety message among family and friends.
- Forty businesses and individuals were recognised for their health and safety, rehabilitation and return to work initiatives at the Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
- Fifty-six business showed their commitment to improving work health, safety and rehabilitation outcomes by sponsoring Safe Work Month events.
- More than 100 organisations across Queensland held their own events to celebrate Safe Work Month 2016.
Thank you to all of our Safe Work Month 2016 sponsors.
To express your interest in becoming a sponsor in 2017, email us.
This year around 6500 of you posted, liked and shared moments that matter.
Check out these Queenslander’s reasons for work health and safety.
Shane Webcke, Queensland Safety Ambassador.
Thank you for sharing your most important reason for staying safe at work during Safe Work Month 2016.
Download a range of work health and safety resources to keep the conversation going in your workplace.
North Queensland Return to Work Conference
The North Queensland Return to Work Conference is back in 2017 with a new line-up of expert speakers addressing the needs of those on the frontline of rehabilitation and return to work. Register now!