ABS Stats Mobile App
Accredited Integrating Authority
Being hit by moving objects
Exposure to workplace or occupational violence
Falls, trips and slips of a person
Heat, electricity and environmental factors
Hitting objects with part of the body
Mechanism of incident
No injury/ Damage to property
Other and unspecified mechanisms of incident
Sound and pressure
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Australian Bureau of Statistics
Application that enables access to Key Economic Indicators, 2016 Census Data and the Population Clock.
Activity based working
Accredited Integrating Authorities are authorised to undertake high risk data integration projects involving Commonwealth data for statistical and research purposes.
Australian Electoral Commission
Australian Government Indigenous Lateral Entry Program
Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey
Australian Multicultural Marketing Awards
Australian National Audit Office
Application Programming Interface
Australian Public Service
Australian Public Service Commission
Australian Statistics Advisory Council
Australian Signals Directorate
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation
Australian Workplace Equality Index
Business as usual
A mechanism of incident which is a result of the action of a moving object hitting the person, including: dog bites; being brushed, bumped, collided with; being cut; grabbed; grasped; leaned on; pierced; rubbed; sliced; stabbed; struck or touched. Moving objects may include: animals; other people; machines; vehicles; appliances; equipment; tools; materials; substances; dust particles; water under pressure and air under pressure.
Business Expenditure on Research and Development Survey
A mechanism of incident which results from contact with, or exposure to, germs, bacteria, and other micro-organisms. Contact or exposure includes inhalation, ingestion, absorption, infestation and infection.
Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment
A mechanism of incident which results from stress placed on muscles, tendons, ligaments or bones. Body stressing is usually an outcome of work processes or procedures that involve manual tasks (e.g. lifting, carrying, bending, twisting, sitting, typing, etc.).
Census of Population and Housing, conducted every five years under the authority of the Census and Statistics Act 1905. The Census aims to measure accurately the number of people and dwellings in Australia on Census Night, and a range of their key characteristics.
Census Post-Enumeration Survey. This is conducted after every Census to measure Census quality and produce high quality population estimates.
Council of Australian Governments
Consumer Price Index
A dangerous incident is an incident in relation to a workplace that exposes a worker or any other person to a serious risk to a person’s health or safety emanating from an immediate or imminent exposure to substances or events described in s37 of the WHS Act.
Bringing information from different sources together for statistical and research purposes
Facility delivering remote access to data and increased ability to handle large datasets with faster processing through new /external servers.
Delivery Confidence Assessment
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Department of Immigration and Border Protection (now Department of Home Affairs)
Data Integration Partnership for Australia
Disclosure Review Committee
Department of Social Security
Digital Transformation Agency
Employee Assistance Program
Executive Leadership Group
Enterprise Learning Model
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Economic Statistics Advisory Group
A sub group of the Mental Stress mechanism of incident, which includes: victim of assault or threatened assault by a person or persons other than work colleagues; victim of single act of assault or threatened assault by work colleague or colleagues; being a victim of, or witnessing bank robberies, hold ups and other violent events; and verbal threats, abuse by a person or persons other than work colleagues.
A mechanism of incident which is a direct result of the action of falling, or in attempting to recover from a fall.
Family and Domestic Violence
Freedom of Information Act 1982
full-time equivalent (employees)
Flexible working environment
General Social Survey
Goods and Services Tax
Health Literacy Survey
A mechanism of incident which results from contact with or exposure to heat (or lack of heat), light, radiation, electricity or other environmental factors.
A mechanism of incident which results from the motion of a person when hitting, grasping or otherwise striking objects. Objects
include: machines, vehicles, appliances, equipment, tools, materials, substances, animals and other people. Hitting includes: brushing, bumping, colliding, cutting, grabbing, grasping, leaning on, piercing, rubbing, slicing, stabbing, caught, striking and touching.
Health and Safety Representative
Information and Communications Technology
International Monetary Fund
Institute of Public Administration Australia
Independent privacy impact assessment
Information Publication Scheme
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex
Location Integration Capability
Methodology Advisory Committee
Multi-Agency Data Integration Project
A classification intended to identify the overall action, exposure or event that best describes the circumstances that resulted in the most serious injury or disease to the affected person.
A mechanism of incident which results from a person experiencing mental stress or being exposed to mentally stressful situations.
Memorandum of Understanding
Member of Parliament
National Data Acquisition Centre
National Health & Safety Committee
Includes incidents where there was no injury, ‘near misses’, damage to property, or verbal abuse experienced by Interviewers which has not been reported as causing mental stress.
An incident is notifiable to Comcare if it rises out of the conduct of the business or undertaking by the ABS, and results in the death, serious injury or serious illness of a person or involves a dangerous incident.
Onboarding migration tool
A mechanism of incident not classifiable into other groups, where there are multiple injuries or disease and the selection of the most serious is unclear or there are unknown mechanisms of incident. Includes vehicle incidents and rollovers (vehicle tips in any direction through at least 90 degrees) where an injury occurred.
An ABS officer posted to another agency
Portfolio Budget Statement
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013
Privacy Impact Assessment
Performance Improvement Plan
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Personal Safety Survey
Population and Social Statistics Advisory Group
Reserve Bank of Australia
Remote Access Data Laboratory
Reconciliation Action Plan
Rehabilitation Management System
Statistical Business Transformation Program
Statistical Business Transformation Program
Special Data Dissemination Standard
Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas
Senior Executive Service
Survey of Income and Housing
Small and Medium Enterprises
Ongoing support and/or acceptance from the community and stakeholders
A mechanism of incident which is a result of sound or changes in pressure. Sound includes noise (unorganised sound), music, speech, sub-sonic sound.
Statistical Strategy Committee
State Statistical Forum
Any form of leave which has not been approved in advance, including bereavement, carers, compensation, sick (both with and without evidence) and unauthorised leave
Work health and safety
Work Health and Safety Act 2011