OHS (Workplace health and safety)
CRS Australia delivers vocational rehabilitation services to Australian citizens or residents who have an injury, disability or health condition. We assist people who have a disability or injury to get a job or return to their job. This service is free to people receiving income support payments from Centrelink.
The Hazardous Substances Information System (HSIS) provides direct access to a consolidated list of all the classified substances contained in the HSIS database.
Index of National Codes of Practice associated with Safe Work Australia.
The National Data Set for Compensation-based Statistics (NDS) lists a standard set of data items, concepts and definitions for inclusion in workers’ compensation systems operating in Australia.
On 4 April 2008, the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations announced a national review into model Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Laws. The panel has been asked to report to the Workplace Relations Ministers’ Council on the optimal structure and content of a model OHS act that is capable of being adopted in all jurisdictions.
Business owners have responsibilities regarding health and safety in the workplace. This page links to information on: OH&S obligations; OH&S Acts, Regulations and Codes of Practice; getting started with OH&S; accidents and injuries and workers compensation requirements.
The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC) is part of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. The OFSC aims to promote and improve occupational health and safety in the Australian building and construction industry, by providing administrative support to the functions of the Federal Safety Commissioner.
The OzHelp Foundation is a not for profit, community based mental health support organisation with a focus on suicide prevention in industry workplaces.
Safe Work Australia is an independent statutory agency with primary responsibility to improve occupational health and safety and workers' compensation arrangements across Australia.
The Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC) is a statutory body with regulatory functions relating to workers' compensation and occupational health and safety (OHS)
The Seacare Authority's mission is to promote injury prevention, and high levels of occupational health and safety, compensation and rehabilitation and/or return-to-work performance in the maritime industry; and to monitor and respond to external factors impacting on the efficiency and effectiveness of the scheme.