Overview

The National Principles to support families following an industrial death were developed to recognise families’ needs and supporting them through the most stressful of times.

Commonwealth, and state and territory governments will need to consider tailored approaches in response to the Principles, based on local needs and existing support mechanisms. 

The 2018 Senate Inquiry report, They never came home – the framework surrounding the prevention, investigation and prosecution of industrial deaths in Australia and the Jurisdictional arrangements for providing support to families affected by an industrial death – Comparative analysis report are key reports that informed the development of the National Principles.

Related materials

Jurisdictional arrangements for providing support to families affected by an industrial death - Comparative analysis report 

2018 Senate inquiry report - They never came home – the framework surrounding the prevention, investigation and prosecution of industrial deaths in Australia

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