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The work health and safety laws in Queensland require a person in control of a business or undertaking (PCBU) to notify Workplace Health and Safety Queensland of certain injuries.
Workplace Health and Safety Queensland will need to be notified of:
An injury or illness requiring the person to have:
An incident that exposes a worker or any other person to a serious risk to a person’s health or safety because of immediate or imminent exposure to:
Immediately after becoming aware that a notifiable incident has occurred and by the fastest means possible.
The phone number for Workplace Health and Safety Queensland is 1300 369 915. If notice is given by phone Workplace Health and Safety Queensland may request written notice.
You need to keep records of notifiable incidents for at least five years from the day the notice was given to Workplace Health and Safety Queensland.
If an injury occurs and a workers compensation claim will be made, workers compensation laws require that a register of injures be kept which records the following details:
You must ensure so far as reasonably practicable that the site where the incident occurred is not disturbed until an inspector arrives or an earlier time as directed by the inspector.