Imagine if you were seriously injured at work. Think about the impact on your family, friends and your career. Let alone the added stress of paying the bills. But what if it was your workmate who had the accident, and what if it was one you could have prevented? Imagine how you would feel knowing you didn’t speak up.

SafeWork NSW can help you start a conversation about workplace safety. Use the Safety starts with you website to help you create and continue the conversation about workplace safety.


If you are a worker, you have a right to work in a safe workplace and a responsibility to help it stay safe. If you see something unsafe, we want you to speak up. In this section, find tools and tips to help you support a safe workplace.


If you are an employer, SafeWork NSW can help you develop and maintain a safe working environment for your workers. In this section you can find information about your legal obligations, as well as resources that can be downloaded and used in your workplace, like videos and posters.

Making WHS easy

Small businesses don't always have the time, resources or expertise to manage health and safety in their workplace. SafeWork NSW developed a toolkit to make it easier for you to understand and meet your work health and safety obligations.

Make your safety promise today

To have a safe workplace, NSW businesses need to embed health and safety into the workplace, and treat it like it’s second nature. Every job that you do should be designed to be safe.

Make a start in improving health and safety in your workplace by following 3 easy steps.

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    Talk to your workers about what a safer workplace might look like.

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    Make your safety promise

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    Turn your words into actions