Blue Card Services | Your rights, crime and the law | Queensland Government

Blue Card Services | Your rights, crime and the law | Queensland Government

Blue Card Services

We help keep Queensland children safe by assisting organisations to be child-safe and screening people who work with children.

If you require an NDIS disability worker screening clearance (yellow card) and a blue card, you must apply through Disability Services.


Blue card applications

  • Apply for a blue card or exemption card
  • Pay for your application
  • Combined NDIS worker and blue card application
  • Processing times
  • Who cannot apply

Existing blue card holders

Existing blue card holders

  • Update your details
  • Renew your card
  • Replace your card
  • Change or finish child-related work

Organisations

Organisations

  • Support for the Organisation Portal
  • Child and youth risk management strategies
  • Receiving notice about blue card approvals
  • Check if a card is valid
  • Update your organisation’s details
  • Linking requirements for organisations
  • Executive officers and board or committee member requirements

About the blue card system

About the blue card system

  • The blue card system explained
  • Rights and obligations
  • Compliance and enforcement
  • Strengthening and streamlining the system
  • Offences and penalties
  • How the system keeps your children safe
  • For First Nations communities
  • Statistics

Who needs a blue card

Who needs a blue card?

  • Individuals requiring a blue card
  • Industries requiring a blue card
  • Running a child-related business
  • Interstate working with children checks

Contact Blue Card Services

Contact Blue Card Services

  • Contact us
  • Subscribe to our newsletter
  • Attend an event
  • Submit a scanned form

Resources for everyone

Resources for everyone

We have created resources to support your understanding of the blue card system and how to access our services.

Resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

These resources provide support to guide Queenslanders from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the blue card application process.

Resources in your language

Resources in your language

Discover resources in your language to help you understand the blue card system and how to use the online applicant portal.

Additional Information

Translation and interpreting support

If English is not your first language and you need support to understand information about Blue Card Services on this website, please call Language Loop on 1800 512 451 and ask for an interpreter.

You can also access information about translation services in your language.

Online applicant portal

You can log in to the Blue Card Services online applicant portal to update personal details and make other changes to your blue card.

You will need to register for an online account before you can use the portal.

Contact us

Callers who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can contact us through the National Relay Service.

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