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Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) is separate to us however we do work together to help Queensland employers and their workers achieve zero harm at work.

WHSQ is responsible for improving workplace health and safety in Queensland and helping reduce the risk of workers being killed or injured on the job. It enforces workplace health and safety laws, investigates workplace fatalities, serious injuries, prosecutes breaches of legislation, and educates employees and employers on their legal obligations. WHSQ also provides policy advice on workers' compensation matters.

The WHSQ website provides a range of tools and resources for workers and businesses that can be downloaded for free.

Popular links include:

Events, resources and publications

Films

Health professionals

Health and safety tips

Health and wellbeing at work

Injury cost calculator

Injury prevention and management

Managing risks

Licences

Online safety benchmarking tool

PErforM - Participative Ergonomics for Manual Tasks

Regional profiles of the work health and safety, and workers' compensation data across major industries

Slips, trips and falls

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland

Work health and safety laws

Workplace interventions

Ypack - resources to help supervisors and managers working with young people

 

Our Industry sites also feature WHSQ campaigns and initiatives which are specific to particular industries.

 

The World Health Organization's paper, Healthy workplaces: a model for action highlights the importance of developing a healthy workplace. It provides examples of what a healthy workplace looks like, how to initiate and sustain a healthy workplace, and offers tips to help employers successfully provide an environment that is healthy for workers.

Download the PDF and find out what more you could be doing to make your workplace safe, healthy and a place where employees want to work.

Last updated
23 March 2014

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