Notify us of injuries or incidents within 48 hours
You must notify us within 48 hours of becoming aware that a worker has sustained a workplace injury or that an incident has occurred.
The incident must be reported even if the worker doesn’t intend to make a claim – you can complete an Early Notification of Incident Form for this purpose.
This is important because if their injury becomes worse over time and they need to seek treatment, there will be a record of the incident which may assist the claims process. Reporting an injury also enables you to track (and address) potentially hazardous tasks or equipment in the workplace.
Any workplace-related injuries and illnesses must also be recorded in the register of injuries, which all workplaces are required to keep.
Early Notification of Incident form emailed to:
|Speers Point||[email protected]|
|Argenton||T: 1300 001 264|
|Woonona||T: +61 (2) 4286 5430|
|Singleton||T: +61 (2) 6571 9999|
|Speers Point||T: +61 (2) 4948 3150|
|Argenton||F: 1300 002 264|
|Woonona||F: +61 (2) 4283 7163|
|Singleton||F: +61 (2) 6571 1258|
|Speers Point||F: +61 (2) 4953 0543|