Queensland has a mandatory licensing scheme to protect labour hire workers and support responsible labour hire providers. All labour hire providers operating in Queensland must be licensed.
Information on applying for a labour hire licence.
Information on the labour hire licensing scheme, safety and workers' compensation laws and the compliance activities of the Labour Hire Licensing Compliance Unit.
Information on the reporting requirements under the labour hire licensing scheme.
Information on reviews and appeals against labour hire licensing scheme decisions.
Information on other organisations that can provide information to labour hire providers on their legal obligations.
The Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 establishes a number of changes to a licensee that must be declared within 14 days of the change.