The Rural Plant Code of Practice 2004 (the Code) is currently under review. The review will consider what changes are necessary to ensure the Code remains fit-for-purpose and supports industry to meet its work health and safety legislative obligations and ensure the safety of workers who operate rural plant in the agriculture industry. Find out more and have your say about the Rural plant code of practice review .
Codes of practice provide information on a specific issue and help you achieve legal standards.
Remember, these codes don't cover every risk which may arise. It's best for you to consider all hazards connected to your work, not only those that are regulated. If you're a duty holder, you can use another method to meet your legal duties. But you need to make sure your approach gives the same or a higher standard of work health and safety than the relevant code of practice.
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Horse riding schools, trail riding establishments and horse riding establishments code of practice 2002Commencement date: 1 January 2002
Commencement date: 1 April 2005