Farm Safety

Interact with Safety in the Sugarcane Sector

by Dave Collins on October 16, 2017

Interact with Safety in the Sugarcane Sector Sugarcane Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Pro-Visual Publishing, in conjunction with Canegrowers Australia and the National Safety Council of Australia Foundation, has released the 2017/18 edition Sugarcane Industry Guide to Safety, now with interactive Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities. The aim of the Guide is to educate […]

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Mitigating Risks in Forestry Operations

by Dave Collins on August 14, 2017

Mitigating Risks in Forestry Operations Forestry Sector Guide to Workplace Safety 2017/18 – Released There are many contributing factors that can create hazards and endanger the safety of those working in the forestry industry. In order to help inform, educate and increase awareness of safety regulations and strategies, Pro-Visual Publishing, in cooperation with the Australian […]

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Grow Your Safety Knowledge

by Dave Collins on July 4, 2017

Grow Your Safety Knowledge Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Cotton farmers and growers face numerous potential hazards on a daily basis that can result serious or life-threatening injuries when safety measures are not followed. To help raise awareness of key hazards and safety concerns within the cotton farming industry Pro-Visual Publishing has […]

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Take the Reigns and Make Safety Your Priority

by Dave Collins on May 30, 2017

Take the Reigns and Make Safety Your Priority Equine Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Horses, which are healthy, kept in a good environment, well handled and used in an appropriate manner are less likely to be a danger to people. As a result it is vital that horse staff meet their obligations for […]

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Grow Your Safety Knowledge

by Dave Collins on May 30, 2017

Grow Your Safety Knowledge Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2017/18 – Released Cotton farmers and growers face numerous potential hazards on a daily basis that can result serious or life-threatening injuries when safety measures are not followed. To help raise awareness of key hazards and safety concerns within the cotton farming industry Pro-Visual Publishing has […]

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Handling Safety in the Winemaking Process

by Dave Collins on January 31, 2017

Handling Safety in the Winemaking Process Wine Producers Guide to Safety 2017 – Released There are a number of hazards associated with the winemaking process, however measures can be taken to eliminate or reduce risks to winemakers and other workers involved in this process. Pro-Visual Publishing, in cooperation with Australian Vignerons and Wine Federation Australia, […]

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Cultivating Safety on Farms

by Dave Collins on January 31, 2017

Cultivating Safety on Farms Broadacre Guide to Farm Safety 2017 – Released As at 22 June, 76 Australian workers have been killed at work this year alone, and the agricultural industry is one of the contributing industries to this alarming statistic. While other industries share some of the hazards of farming such as plant, chemicals, […]

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Managing Livestock. Managing Safety

by Dave Collins on October 17, 2016

Managing Livestock. Managing Safety Livestock Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17 – Released Livestock is one of the highest risk sectors within the agricultural industry – an industry currently contributing to high levels of injury and fatality to Australian workers. Risks have been identified as, handling livestock, quad bikes, tractors, occupational diseases, and child safety […]

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Still The Same Agenda – Keeping Workers Safe

by Dave Collins on September 23, 2016

Still The Same Agenda – Keeping Workers Safe Forestry Sector Guide to Safety (NZ) 2016/17 – Released With the recent implementation of new health and safety at work regulations across New Zealand, Pro-Visual Publishing, in partnership with the Forestry Industry Safety Council, has released the latest edition of the Forestry Sector Guide to Safety this […]

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SUGARCANE FARM SAFETY

by Dave Collins on September 20, 2016

SUGARCANE FARM SAFETY Sugarcane Industry Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17 – Released By Law, a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) has the primary duty and obligation to establish and maintain a safe work environment for all workers in the sugarcane industry. Pro-Visual Publishing, with the support of the National Safety Council of Australia […]

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Safety Operations a must for Cotton Farmers

by Dave Collins on August 11, 2016

Safety Operations a must for Cotton Farmers Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2016/17 – Released As at the 12th May, 50 Australian workers have been killed at work this year alone, and the agricultural industry is one of the contributing industries to this alarming statistic. While other industries share some of the hazards of farming […]

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Take Safety Precautions In Your Forestry Operations

by Dave Collins on July 28, 2016

Take Safety Precautions In Your Forestry Operations Forestry Sector Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17 – Released There are a number of hazards associated with forestry operations, but several steps and measures can be taken to eliminate or reduce risks to forestry workers. Pro-Visual Publishing, in cooperation with Australian Forestry Growers, and the Australian Forest Contractors […]

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5 steps to reducing mine site work accidents in Australia

by Dave Collins on December 9, 2015

5 steps to reducing mine site work accidents in Australia Guest Post Australia’s mining culture is responsible for boosting the economy and immigration to the country, but lately it has also been responsible for numerous work-related deaths. Mines can be found in every region of Australia, though most prevalent in the Western and Southern states. […]

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The Biggest Risk Of All Is To Do Nothing

by Dave Collins on November 13, 2015

The Biggest Risk Of All Is To Do Nothing Broadacre Guide to Farm Safety 2015/16 – Released From solar radiation exposure to damaging noise levels, broadacre farms present several hazards but many injuries and accidents can be avoided by carrying out safe work practices. Safety should always be a number one priority, which is why […]

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Number One Priority for Cotton Farms

by Dave Collins on June 29, 2015

Number One Priority for Cotton Farms Cotton Industry Guide to Safety 2015/16 – Released Outside of the cotton industry, no one truly understands all the hard work that is involved in growing and maintaining cotton farms. With this in mind, Pro-Visual Publishing, along with Cotton Australia, wants to raise awareness of safety and best practice […]

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Health & Safety in Broadacre Agriculture

by Dave Collins on November 20, 2014

Health & Safety in Broadacre Agriculture Broadacre Guide to Farm Safety 2014/15 – Released The broadacre industry can be very dangerous if health and safety precautions are not followed, so it must be ensured that all workers understand their health and safety requirements. Due to this, Pro-Visual Publishing, supported by RuralSafe, have released the newest […]

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