The new two-year action plan has been developed in consultation with the agriculture industry and aims to reduce the number of workplace injuries at farms and agricultural sites across South Australia.
The farmer group is pushing the agriculture industry to double its efforts in achieving a zero fatality target on farm.
An additional $600,000 State Budget has been allocated to provide more support for the Safe Farming Tasmania Program over the next four years.
Of the nine quad bike fatalities that happened this year, more than half involved rollovers and two were children aged 2 and below.
Farmers and parents are urged to keep children out of hazardous workplaces, particularly on farms during the school holidays.
The NSW Government has recently announced a new research project which aims to reduce the rate of farm injuries.
A man in his 40s has died after he fell from a truck at a farm near Geelong.
The Tasmanian Government is investing $600,000 to make safety a priority in Tasmanian farms.
SafeWork SA will be sharing work health and safety information at the South East Field Days in Lucindale.
SafeWork SA has teamed up with Primary Producers SA (PPSA) to provide practical work health and safety workshops for farmers.
Almost 500 Queensland school children joined the farm safety calendar competition. Of these, 12 entries will be featured in a farm safety calendar.
Inspectors from SafeWork NSW will visit sheep and beef cattle farms across NSW this month to check on safety improvements.
The Victorian Government has recently announced a $6 million subsidy scheme for farmers to improve quad bike safety.
The winning entries from Workplace Health and Safety Queensland’s drawing competition will be featured in a 2014 calendar promoting farm safety.
Good work health and safety practice is essential to ensuring workers’ safety in farms.
WorkSafe Victoria issued a reminder to all farmers to make safety a priority after three farm deaths were recorded in separate incidents over the past three days.
A review of an advisory campaign on 54 turf farms across Queensland shows that workers health and safety are managed well.
The SafeWork NSW team will visit New England later this month to host two events for local farmers and businesses.
A report from the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety revealed that farm deaths are on the rise in the country.
Farmers and farm workers in South West NSW are warned of the risks associated with working with and around grain augers after two workers suffered amputations in recent workplace safety incidents.
WorkSafe Victoria renewed its call for all workers to observe extra safety precaution at work following another fatality on Sunday.