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Road freight transport industry

WorkSafe Road freight transport industry, business survey

The primary objective of the research was to obtain baseline data in the road freight transport industry on the knowledge of PCBUs’ obligations in regards to work health & safety (WHS), workers compensation (W/Comp) and injury management (IM).

Research was conducted using a web survey and it […]

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Beef cattle

WorkCover Sheep and beef cattle industry, business survey

The primary objective of the research was to obtain baseline data in the sheep and beef cattle industry on the knowledge of persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs’) obligations in regards to work health & safety (WHS), workers compensation (W/Comp) and injury management (IM).

Research was […]

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Wooden structural components

Wooden structural components manufacturing industry

The primary objective of the research was to obtain baseline data on the knowledge in the wooden structural components manufacturing industry, of persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU’s) obligations in regards to work health & safety (WHS), workers compensation (W/Comp) and injury management (IM).

Research […]

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Workplace safety

WorkSafe Health & safety representative survey

The primary objectives of the survey were to explore:

why and to what extent workplaces had adopted HSRs.
current work health and safety consultation practices.
the level of understanding of the HSR role and the impact of HSR training.
additional ways WorkCover could support businesses to improve WHS […]

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WorkSafe Stakeholders

WorkCover Stakeholder survey

WorkCover commissioned Australian Survey Research (ASR) to conduct a survey of a range of stakeholders’ recent interactions with WorkCover. Target survey respondents were people who had interacted with WorkCover across 14 different types of interactions during the period May 2012 to March 2013.The survey was conducted in […]

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