Who we are and how we can help, media releases, annual reports, and how to access information.
We provide compensation, treatment and support for workers and to their families who have had work-related exposure to harmful dust in NSW.
We work with the media regularly to inform people of the work we are doing, and of the services we provide for workers (and their families) suffering from an occupational dust disease.
The DDB annual reports outline our performance and work over the financial year and includes information about our future direction.
The DDB is committed to improving services and access for workers who have contracted dust diseases. Our research grants scheme has been developed to hopefully help deliver a range of positive outcomes for these workers.
You have the right to access certain government information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.
Board of directors
The Board is a governing Board and all decisions relating to the functions of icare are to be made by or under the authority of the Board, including the appointment of the CEO.
Executive leadership team
The Board has delegated the day to day operations of icare to the CEO, with the exception of responsibilities specifically retained by the Board.