Safe Farming Tasmania and Primary Employers Tasmania present info sessions in Sept/Oct
Call for presenters now open
Now closed: Independent review of the WorkCover Tasmania Board
28 July. See the program and register now
Now closed: Entries now open
New digital tool for managing psychosocial health at work
As a WorkSafe Inspector, you can make a real difference in people’s lives
Planned for 2021
Because asbestos lurks in more places than you think
Now closed: Public submissions now open on the date of Flinders Island Show Day
Now closed: Marketing and communication services for the WorkCover Tasmania Board
See what's planned for WorkSafe Month in October
Practical support for businesses as they operate during COVID-19, while protecting Tasmania's health and safety
This year's theme is Stop the pandemic: Safety and health at work can save lives
New guide to help employers manage the risk of infection and work health and safety risks during COVID-19
Our resources hub for industry and workplaces
The successful applicants of the Healthier, Safer and Productive Workplaces Grant Program 2019–20 have been announced.
Now closed: The WorkCover Tasmania Board is seeking to engage suitably qualified and experienced persons / organisations to provide advisory, information and education services.
Now closed: The WorkCover Tasmania Board is seeking to engage suitably qualified and experienced persons / organisations to review step down provisions in the workers comp laws.
Our new campaign encourages quad bike operators to Ride Safe with their quad bikes.
Read the annual reports for the WorkCover Tasmania Board and the Asbestos Compensation Commissioner
See your industry's performance data and trends in the latest snapshots
Our campaign raises awareness of the risks of silica dust exposure
The National Return to Work Strategy has been released.
The Safe Farming Tasmania Program aims to reduce farm-work related death, injury and disease and improve the health and safety of workers in the farming industry
Our Quad Bike Safety Rebate Scheme, available to Tasmanian farmers to improve safety on quad bikes, has been extended