How we can help
We provide a range of free advice and support to help businesses, industry and workers maintain a safe workplace and meet their work health and safety responsibilities.
Safe work month - October 2016
Safe Work Month is about improving work health and safety awareness and remembering your most important reasons for staying safe at work. It’s a time to promote health and safety in your workplace and there are many ways you can get involved and talk safety.
Get healthy at work service
This free online resource gives businesses the tools, resources and support they need to develop a simple yet effective workplace health program.
This program involves experienced businesses mentoring small businesses to identify ways to improve safety. Experienced businesses share their knowledge, skills and expertise for free.
Online safety webinars
These are online seminars designed to help you learn more about work health and safety, return to work, and injury management.
Small business rebate
We offer rebates to small businesses and sole traders in NSW who buy and install equipment that makes their workplace safer.
We sponsor Paralympians (who have suffering permanent disabilities because of a workplace injury) to raise awareness about workplace safety. They are available to speak at your workplace.
Free manual tasks workshops
Together with Nursery & Garden Industry NSW & ACT, we are holding four free PErforM sessions in metro and regional NSW.
Safety advisory visits
You can book one of our inspectors to come to your small business to offer advice, feedback and support on ways you can improve safety.
We recognise businesses and individuals that have made positive changes to workplace health and safety, recovery and return to work through our annual SafeWork Awards.
Request a presentation or workshop
We give presentations and workshops on a range of safety, workers compensation, insurance, injury management, and legislative topics.
We share the latest information on work health and safety through our various social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and our new SafeWork Wrap.
We provide funding for projects we believe could improve workplace health and safety.