From Friday 14 October 2022, it is no longer mandatory to isolate if you test positive to COVID-19.
The removal of mandatory isolation does not impact on the duties of an employer to do all that is reasonably practicable to minimise the risks of COVID-19 at the workplace, including asking workers to stay at home when unwell.
Information on these pages is currently being reviewed and will be updated shortly.
Industry information on COVID-19
Information for your industry about work health and safety and COVID-19.
How to keep your workplace safe
COVID-19 vaccines information
Information for employers, small businesses and workers on the COVID-19 vaccines and how to manage risks from COVID-19 in the workplace.
Assess the work health and safety risks from COVID-19 and put in place measures to manage those risks.
Information on requirements for physical distancing and measures to ensure people keep at least 1.5 metres apart.
Guidance on implementing measures to ensure workers and others maintain good hygiene at the workplace.
Rapid Antigen Testing
Information about Rapid Antigen Testing in the workplace.
Small business hub
COVID-19 work health and safety information, tools and resources for small businesses.
Signage and posters
Signs and posters for the workplace to download.
COVID-19 resource kit
Resources for businesses to download.
COVID-19 work health and safety (WHS) guidance and resources for your industry. Find relevant information on key topics including your WHS duties and how to manage risks from COVID-19 at your workplace.
What rules apply in my state or territory for COVID-19
When to contact your WHS authority
For WHS incidents, injury reports, notifications, complaints, licensing and compensation claims contact the WHS authority in your jurisdiction.
Safe Work Australia does not enforce or regulate WHS laws or workers' compensation schemes.