In this edition: Students to shine light on farm safety with calendar competition; Citrus grower cuts compensation costs with safety focus; Rural Minds targeting mental health in rural communities; Aerial mustering needs a culture change; Fall from heights on farm leads to $20,000 fine; Agriculture innovators urged to enter the Safe Work and Return to Work Awards; and much more.
Education and Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has launched the 2019 farm safety calendar competition as part of Governing from Mackay this week, with students from Eton State School.
Queensland Government’s new labour hire scheme is off to a flying start, with more than 1,300 applications received in its first month of operation.
In April 2018, a concrete truck was parked on a wet, sloping driveway at a private property in Buderim in readiness for a concrete pour. The operator placed rubber chocks under the front wheels and timber chocks under the rear wheels of the truck.
- Last updated
- 29 May 2017