For your viewing pleasure!…

annual report feat imageThe UPLOADS Project team is excited to present the latest National Incident Dataset Annual Report. This report follows the same structure you know and love, but this year we have presented your 2016-2017 injury, illness, and near miss data in a new and exciting format!

Without further ado, please enjoy your latest UPLOADS report:

To see the new vibrant GRAPHIC REPORT, click HERE

For a written SUMMARY of the report, click HERE

To get it at a glance, view an infographic POSTER HERE

This project was supported by funding from the Australia Research Council (LP150100287) in partnership with our wonderful industry partners.

We would like to acknowledge the sector’s critical role in producing the UPLOADS National Incident Dataset.

We would like to thank those organisations and our funding partners. This dataset represents a huge contribution of time and effort from the organisations involved, both in terms of data collection and maintaining the quality of the reports.

Funders logos 2017

With a new online reporting system just around the corner, we would like to encourage the LOA organisations of Australia to consider contributing to the UPLOADS National Incident Dataset in 2018. To register you interest, please click here.

If you have any questions about this report or would like to contribute to the UPLOADS National Incident Dataset please contact the UPLOADS Project Team (

After completing my PhD in sport psychology and concussion risk, it was clear that the wonderful world of research had captured my attention. In my role at the Centre for human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems I am part of a brilliant team of researchers, working on world class research in the fields of sport and outdoor recreation, transport and infrastructure, organisational health and safety, urban planning and design, and defence security and resilience. My personal research interests are in the dynamic topic of injury management in grassroots sport. Although my PhD only skimmed the surface of this complicated issue, I look forward to a long career not only improving sport-related injury risk but also finding new ways to motivate kids to keep participating in sport and outdoor activity.

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