SafeWork NSW $1000 Rebates

SafeWork NSW $1000 Rebates



Get up to $1,000 towards the cost of workplace health and safety items.

SafeWork NSW administered a new program for a small business owner in NSW. The $1000 rebate will help the business owners purchase safety items to improve work health and safety for you and your workers.




Who can apply

Small business owners and sole traders who have an ABN and less than 50 full time employees. Charities and not-for-profits can also apply.


Who can’t apply

  1. Businesses that have already received the rebate in the past five years. This includes businesses that have multiple ABNs and have already used one of their ABNs to claim a rebate
  2. A co-owner of an ABN where a rebate has already been paid to one owner (you can only use the same ABN once)
  3. Large businesses that have more than 50 employees
  4. Business owners that have already received a rebate for the eligible safety item from any Commonwealth, State, Territory or local government
  5. Subsidiary of a larger business, government departments, councils and voluntary associations


Moreover, before submitting your application for the said rebate. You need to consider other information provided by NSW and read its terms and conditions.


Feel free and don’t hesitate to contact us if you need assistance.


Yan (Jenny) Qi CA

Founder of Progress CA Pty Ltd

Contact no. 0403 050 779




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