Workplace violence and domestic violence – resources


If you or a workmate have been threatened, abused or assaulted at work, use our Violence report form to tell us about it. You can also report incidents of violence via the NSWNMA phone app.

There are many useful resources for managing the risks and aftermath of workplace violence.

Support for employees experiencing domestic violence is outlined here, including a list of warning signs as to whether a relationship could become abusive or violent.

You can download the App on iTunes or Android.

Nurses demand answers to tackle violence and boost patient safety

The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) welcomed today’s first roundtable to discuss serious violent incidents and aggression occurring in public hospitals throughout the state. The NSWNMA, together with the Health Services Union (HSU),...

NSWNMA violence app


Violence fact sheets

Work-related violence is any incident in which someone is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work. It includes: throwing objects pushing, shoving, tripping, grabbing striking, kicking, scratching, biting, spitting or a...

Support for employees experiencing domestic violence

In June 2010 the NSW Government released the NSW Domestic and Family Violence Action Plan: Stop the Violence, End the Silence, which includes support initiatives that enable employees who have experienced domestic violence to enter or return to the w...