Grief support

Information for the family members, carers and friends of people who have died from a dust disease.

It can be difficult to know when to get help in coming to terms with the death of your loved one.

Some people will find that the support of family, friends, workmates and community is enough. For others though, when grief feels relentlessly overwhelming, getting professional help might be appropriate.

We have put together an information pack for families and friends who have experienced the loss of a loved one from a work-related death. The pack explains who you will need to contact, and provides information about the experience of grief and who to ask for help.

This information is general in nature and may not apply to the circumstances of your loss. 

If you have questions, or would like a copy of the Grief Support & Information pack, call us on 02 8223 6600.

Australian Death Notification Service

A death can be a difficult time, and there can be a lot to organise.

The Australian Death Notification Service lets you notify multiple organisations of a death through one simple, secure online platform, reducing the number of difficult conversations. It is a free government initiative.

Visit the Australian Death Notification Service website