According to Safe Work Australia, 497,300 (3.5%) of the working population experienced a work-related injury or illness in 2021-2022.

As an organisation, we've been committed to helping Australians for over 110 years and through our Mutual Benefits Program we have invested in helping employers create safer workplaces and supporting injured workers get their lives back.

Supporting your recovery

Recovering from a workplace injury or illness can be different for everyone and can take time. During your recovery you want support and to know we are there for you every step of the way. You can find out more about the services we offer through our Victorian, New South Wales and South Australian pages. 

Curated resources 

Below you will find a range of videos, articles and useful resources designed to provide helpful tips on making the most of your rehabilitation, protecting your mental health, accessing support opportunities, and enjoying the benefits of making a successful recovery at work.

Please contact your Case Manager for support specific to your situation. 

Useful links regarding workers compensation

Safe Work Australia

Safe Work Australia develops national policy relating to WHS and workers' compensation. This article explains workers compensation and how can it help you.

WorkSafe Victoria

Information and support during the claims process, recovery after a work-related injury, and returning to work.

Return to Work SA

Important information about what to do if you are injured at work in South Australia.


If you have been injured at work in NSW, this page provides guidance regarding workers compensation and support to get back to work.

Safe Work NSW

What you need to be aware of regarding workplace health and safety laws if you are injured at work.

State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) - what to expect

This quick guide from SIRA has been designed to help you understand what to expect during your recovery.

State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) - recovery at work guide

This guide explains the insurance claims process, and provides advice to help you return to work and where possible, recover at work.

ComCare (the national WHS and workers compensation authority)

Recovery and return to work resources for employees who are injured at work.