This is where you can find information about who we are, what we do, and how we can help you.
WorkCover’s purpose is to increase the competitiveness of the NSW economy through productive, healthy and safe workplaces.
Our annual reports outline our performance and work over the financial year and includes information about our future direction.
The Safety, Return to Work and Support Board is responsible for determining general policies and strategic direction for WorkCover, the Motor Accidents Authority and the Lifetime Care and Support Authority.
Safety, Return to Work and Support (SRWS) Organisational Chart
We are part of Safety, Return to Work and Support. This is our organisational structure.
International day of mourning
On 28 April each year, countries around the world pause to commemorate workers who have died as a result of a workplace incident or occupational disease.
Facts and figures
We were the first government agency in Australia to integrate injury prevention, rehabilitation and compensation into a single body with a unified mission.
Paralympian sponsorship program
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.
Customer service charter
Our customer service charter tells you what you can expect from us, what we expect from you, and how you can let us know how we can do things better.
Tenders and contracts
The NSW eTendering website provides information about business opportunities listed by Safety, Return to Work and Support (SRWS) and other NSW Government agencies.
Right to information
SRWS publishes a large volume of materials. Under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009, certain information is required by law to be available on our website, free of charge.
NSW workers compensation claim statistics are contained in the Workers compensation statistical bulletins.