White Ribbon Accreditation

​Working to become a White Ribbon Accredited Workplace

Research shows 1 in 6 Australian women, and 1 in 19 Australian men, have experienced physical violence from a current partner or former partner.

Queensland Rail is committed to promoting a safe and respectful workplace and is currently seeking to become a White Ribbon Accredited Workplace by mid-2019.

White Ribbon Accredited Workplaces promote respectful, safe and inclusive cultures and take active steps to prevent and respond to domestic violence.

As part of our accreditation journey we will:

  • enhance individual capability to recognise and respond to individuals affected by domestic violence
  • improve or implement new practices and procedures
  • encourage individuals to take an active role in creating a positive and safe workplace
  • empower our people to stand up, speak out and act to stop domestic violence.

Participation in events such as the Darkness to Daylight Challenge and White Ribbon Day, as well as our long-standing and ongoing partnership with RizeUp, are just some of the ways we are playing an active role in the communities in which we operate to address domestic and family violence.

More information

Find out more about the Queensland Government's Domestic and Family Violence Strategy and the work of White Ribbon Australia.

If you need support with domestic or family violence you can find assistance through the services listed below.

DV Connect Womensline
1800 811 811
24 hours, 7 days a week
State-wide telephone service offering support to women who are experiencing domestic or family violence. Calls are free from any public phone.

DV Connect Mensline
1800 600 636
9am to midnight, 7 days a week
State-wide telephone service offering men a free counselling, referral and support service

1800 Respect
1800 737 732
24 hours, 7 days a week
Supports people affected by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse

Queensland Police Service
000

In an emergency

Policelink
131 444
24 hours, 7 days a week

Non-urgent police contact number which can be used to report crimes or if a person feels threatened or in danger.