QLD Farm Safety

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A vision for Zero Damage, Zero Harm

Before You Dig Australia (BYDA), formerly Dial Before you Dig (DBYD), is a not-for-profit organisation. For almost 40 years, BYDA has protected Australians and underground


Electrical safety on the farm

The top three electrical safety risks on Queensland farms are contact with overhead powerlines, unsafe electrical equipment and not having safety switches installed. Switchboards An


Preparedness is key to safety

Her life in my hands – the Robyn Neilson story is a poignant reminder of the importance of preparing for a workplace emergency. The film


Safety in the agricultural industry

Keep your workers safe from Q fever Contracting Q fever is a high-risk hazard for agricultural workers working in livestock production and dairying. Q fever

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Engineered Hydraulic Hose Assemblies

Gates engineered hydraulic hose assemblies provide superior performance to the farming industry. Farming requires high-powered, high-pressure hydraulics with a line of engineered and matched hydraulic


DRSABCD Action Plan

© St John Ambulance Australia – St John first aid protocols are for the Australian market only. All care has been taken in preparing the

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Working near overhead powerlines

Between 2011 and 2016, workers on farms represented two out of five work-related electrocutions due to contact with overhead powerlines, with one of these fatalities


Safety on your property

If you’re a quad bike rider, make the effort to be ride ready. There have been 26 quad bike deaths in Queensland in the last