More people die on farms than in other workplaces - let's change that.
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You're fine working alone, until you're not
You can keep fighting fatigue, until you can't
You don't need all the safety gear, until you do
Often people are working alone on farms in Victoria. Reduce the risk with strategies to stay safe while working alone.
Fatigue isn't the same as being sleepy or drowsy. It’s about pushing our bodies beyond their mental and physical limits day after day, with no time to recover.
Wearing the correct safety gear for the job you're doing dramatically reduces the risk of serious and life changing injury.
Practical information to help keep cattle handlers safe.
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Case studies and farm safety videos from Victorian farmers.
The Making our Farm Safer project is designed to improve safety and skills outcomes for Victorian farmers.
Emotional and social wellbeing support.
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Health and safety information for seasonal workers in horticulture.
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