Do You Know What To Expect When the Safety Regulator Arrives?
Being a grain producer can be one of the most hazardous jobs if you don’t have your risks under control.
Health and safety is not a specific thing you bolt onto your operation when you finally get around to it, it’s an outcome of a well-run farm.
From time to time you may find a Health and safety inspector has come to visit. Or you may find yourself talking to them after someone has been hurt.
As part of Farm Safety Week 2022, Grain Producers Australia hosted a webinar to help you and your farm with being prepared.
This course includes a recording of the webinar, as well as some additional resources to help you out.
Bringing together guidance from the Victorian Country Fire Authority, the South Australian Country Fire Service, and the NSW RFS, this course covers information that anyone involved in farm activities, who could find themselves involved in a farm fire, should know.
IMPORTANT: This course is NOT intended or designed to teach you how to fight a fire. For information and training on firefighting, you should contact your Rural Fire Authority.
The Comprehensive Safety Induction works through broad areas of Managing Risks, Staying Safe, and Working Safe.
The course content has been designed to meet the theory portion of Cert 2 AHCWHS201 (Agricultural WHS).
If completing a Cert 2, check with your RTO as they may recognize this course as prior training. The Comprehensive Safety Induction introduces concepts and practices common to any workplace.