SAFE AG SYSTEMS
Experience a fit for purpose safety solution for your agribusiness
SAFE AG SYSTEMS CLIENT
“After creating our shearing induction with Safe Ag Systems we were able to have a safety conversation with our contractor that we probably would never have had.”
SAFE AG SYSTEMS CLIENT
“After our employee was injured in a workplace accident we were issued with an improvement notice.
By having Safe Ag Systems we were able to achieve the requirements and have the notice removed.”
WHAT YOU’VE BEEN ASKING
The big questions
in farm safety
Within the Safe Ag Systems Community
Inductions, Safe Work Procedures and Policies
DAYS SINCE LAST FATALITY
Australian Agricultural workplaces only. Source: Australian print and online media monitored.
WHAT IS A SAFETY SYSTEM?
A tool that assists farmers to manage safety to new standards
Records your inductions, maintenance logs, hazard identification and risks compulsory under current Australian legislation.
Access all areas, real-time intuitive online program that prompts safety and actions.
How to fit safety into your production cycle
Fits in with your farming life-cycle that makes sense.
WHAT HAPPENS IN AN INVESTIGATION
Be prepared without compromising productivity
Record keeping is the key to protecting your business against any unfair claims or disputes. Yes, you have an obligation to provide a safe work environment but if something does go wrong, don’t make it even harder by burying your head in the sand when it comes to farm safety.
WHY DO I NEED A SAFETY SYSTEM?
We have a responsibility to our families to come home
AND I HAVE TO
With penalties up to $3M and imprisonment, without a system in place, you are unnecessarily putting your business at risk.
I’M A RESPONSIBLE
I have a responsibility and must lead the way to promote a safe workplace.
SO I CAN
People get killed and accidents happen because we get complacent.
Do I need a safety system if I don’t employ anyone?
Everyone engages ‘workers’ in their business. WHS legislation does not differentiate between an employee, contractor or a family member working on your farm. If you have a worker coming onto your farm – you hold the same legal obligations to provide them with a safe work environment and safe systems of work as you would an employee.