1. Being there for families

    News

    International Day of Mourning — every year on April 28 a memorial service is held in Reflection Park, Darling Harbour to honour and remember people who lost their lives at work through a workplace...

  2. Do we need solutions that enhance social connections?

    Information

    Eugene McGarrell, General Manager, Health and Community Engagement, discusses the role social connections plays in health, wellbeing and return to work outcomes...

  3. Shine newsletter Summer edition released

    News

    We are very excited to present our summer edition of Shine newsletter...

  4. Forms and resources for injured or ill people

    Information

    Browse our forms and resources and download PDF documents specific to you...

  5. Support for families & carers

    Information

    icare Lifetime Care is committed to supporting families and carers of people who have sustained severe injuries at work or in a motor vehicle accident...

  6. How to request services on behalf of an injured person

    Information

    Find out how case managers and healthcare providers working with a severely injured person can request treatment and care through icare...

  7. Funeral expenses

    Information

    If a worker who was part of our care scheme passes away, we can help their family members with covering the cost of a funeral up to the value of $9,000...

  8. Support groups

    Information

    Discover support groups for people with a dust disease. Finding the right support can be an empowering step towards making informed decisions...

  9. Psychological wellbeing for people with a dust disease

    Information

    icare provides psychological supports for people with a work-related dust disease...

  10. Sudden loss and the grief that follows

    Information PDF [0.4 MB]

    Information and support for families after a workplace death...