Horticulture

Everything for the horticulture industry in one place.

Seasonal workers in horticulture

Harvest is one of the busiest times on farms. It is important that seasonal workers understand their rights and responsibilities while at work, and how to stay safe while working in Victoria.

Seasonal workers in horticulture - What to expect

Seasonal workers in horticulture - Looking after yourself

Seasonal workers in horticulture - Staying safe

Farmer stories

As part of our 'It's never you, until it is' campaign, third-generation Werribee farmer Catherine Velisha shares how Velisha Farms inducts their multicultural workforce and ensures everyone knows how to stay safe at work.

More farmer stories

Agriculture: Vegetable growing

These are the most common injuries and hazards for people working in the vegetable growing industry (excluding mushroom growing), as shown by injury claims.

Safety solutions

WorkSafe expects employers to have safety solutions in place to protect workers from the most common sources of injury.

Injury Hotspot skeleton diagram, text information below.

Hazards and solutions

'If you are injured at work' poster

Employers must display an 'if you are injured at work' poster in every workplace. You can download and print a poster in English as well as Arabic, Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, Greek, Italian, Macedonian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

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