Farms are inherently dangerous workplaces and there is a high risk of death, injury to workers and others on the property such as visitors.
Under OHS/WHS obligations, owners and managers in the agriculture industry need to ensure workers and other people on the farm are not exposed to risks to their health and safety.
iSOL8 provides expert OHS advice to agriculture businesses to help you develop good occupational health and safety plans and procedures that not only help you create a safer work environment and ensure you are meeting your legal obligations but reduce injuries and injury related costs, improve business opportunities for tender contracts and enhance your reputation.
To find out more about how we can assist with the OHS/WHS requirements in the agriculture industry, simply call 08 6166 9110 or email us.
Our experienced consultants provide practical OHS advice to help you meet your OHS requirements, reduce your risk and maximise performance.
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