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The Dial Before You Dig service plays a very important part in farm safety. Dial Before You Dig is the free national service designed to prevent damage and disruption to underground pipe and cable networks …

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Animal welfare legislation & livestock transport The Australian Animal Welfare Standards for the Land Transport of Livestock (the Standards) define specific requirements in relation to livestock transport in Australia.The Standards are enforceable. It is an offence …

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In the period of March to June, many broad-acre farmers will be working to get their crops underway. But how many realise this a dangerous time on the farm? A range of power lines cross South …

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Bushfires and grass fires are a serious threat to farmers. A fire can wipe out years of hard work in a moment. While it is impossible to eliminate the risk of fire, farmers can introduce measures …

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Essential energy - on Farm Safety

Regional, rural and remote communities form the backbone of NSW’s agricultural industry and Essential Energy works closely with this sector to ensure safety is paramount across its electricity distribution network. The biggest electrical safety risk for …

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Talk can be cheaper. That’s the principle behind the Victorian Government’s Farm Debt Mediation Scheme which has been operating effectively in Victoria since December 2011. Under Victorian legislation, banks and other creditors must offer to …

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© St John Ambulance Australia - St John first aid protocols are for the Australian market only. All care has been taken in preparing the information but St John takes no responsibility for its use …

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Precast concrete bridges are highly economical, quickly constructed, durable, safe and can be constructed in days rather than weeks which is great news for farmers needing to traverse rivers, creeks, irrigation channels and ditches. Almost all …

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According to National Geographic, 80% of the world’s fresh water is used for irrigation, and 60% of that water is wasted through evaporation, leaky channels and mismanagement. Therefore successful irrigation design is essential to know …

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While only three per cent of Queenslanders work on farms, more than 30 per cent of workplace deaths happen on them. Better safety systems could have prevented many of these fatalities. Stop and think about …

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