National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry

The National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry stores data on occupational respiratory diseases in Australia. It will help to reduce, eliminate, and improve our understanding of preventable occupational respiratory diseases.

About the registry

Learn about the registry and why it is important.

Access the registry

Log in to the registry to report or review data on occupational respiratory diseases in Australia.

Occupational respiratory diseases

Learn about prescribed and non-prescribed occupational respiratory diseases.

Governance

Find out who can access and report data to the registry.

Browse information for

Patients

Find out when your physician must report to the registry and what information you need to provide.

Physicians

Learn about physician reporting requirements, what occupational respiratory diseases to report, and how to report them.

Government agencies

Find out how to apply for registry data access as a state or territory government agency.

Latest resources

Latest resources

Data dictionary – NORDR

This document contains the National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry data dictionary. The data dictionary provides a description for all Registry data items.

Agency User Guide – NORDR

This document is intended to guide state and territory representatives through the key steps involved in registering as a user of the National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry and how to access Registry reporting.

Contacts

National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry contact

Contact us for more information about the National Occupational Respiratory Disease Registry.
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