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Proposed new workers’ compensation laws 15 Jul 2015

The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) invites public comment on the draft ‘Guide for Safe Design of Livestock Loading Ramps and Forcing Yards’.The public consultation period closes on 3 June 2015. Read more...

WorkCover Queensland launches 2015 Prevention and Performance Initiative 29 Jun 2015

WorkCover Queensland is proud to support Queensland businesses who share our commitment to building safer workplaces and enhancing return to work outcomes for injured workers.


Treating sleep problems can fix other health issues 09 Jul 2015

If you can address sleep issues, you can address other health issues, such as depression, more successfully, according to a psychologist who spoke at a recent WorkCover Queensland forum.


It’s time to renew your WorkCover accident insurance policy 01 Jul 2015

Your accident insurance policy—which covers your business for the cost of any work-related injuries—is due for renewal. To ensure you are covered for another year, you need to declare your wages information by 31 August 2015 so we can calculate your premium.


Workcover insurance premiums stay the same 26 Jun 2015

WorkCover insurance premiums will stay the same in the coming financial year, announced Treasurer and Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations Curtis Pitt. Read more...

2015-16 WorkCover Queensland industry classifications released 26 Jun 2015

The finalised rates for WorkCover Queensland’s industry classifications for 2015–2016 have now been published in the Queensland Government Gazette dated 26 June 2015.


A crutch for injured workers 24 Jun 2015

Mentors or supervisors can at times be promoted into their role based on their technical experience rather than their people management skills.

For those new to people management, if one of their team members is injured at work, how do they deal with the responsibility of communicating with an injured worker?


Join our free webinar on influencing the safety of young workers 19 Jun 2015

Learn how the brain of a young person works and what leaders and supervisors can do to influence their behaviour. Read more...
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29 June 2015

The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

Regardless of whether you own or rent, you should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits.


Safety switch campain - The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

WorkCover Queensland accident insurance policy renewal

Declare your wages quickly and easily online before the 31 August deadline.


Declare your wages online now.

Save time, go online. Declare your wages and pay your premium