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The resources and links within this page are to SafeWork NSW. The guides and Code of Practice documents provide effective and safe methods of work for your business.
Safe Work Resources for Agriculture
Hazardous chemical safety alerts
Codes of Practice
First aid in the workplace
Hazardous manual tasks
How to manage work health and safety risks
Labelling of workplace hazardous chemicals
Electrical risks at the workplace: Fact sheet
Managing noise and preventing hearing loss at work
Managing risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace
Managing the risk of falls at workplaces
Managing the risks of plant in the workplace
Managing the work environment and facilities
Managing risks when new or inexperienced riders or handlers interact with horses in the workplace
Work health and safety consultation, cooperation and coordination
Quad Bike info
Helmets and PPE
Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program Information Overview
Quad Bike Safety Rebate Application Form
Quad Bike Safety Standard
SafeWork Easy to do toolkit
SafeWork Child safety on farms
Alicia's Story - Quad Bikes
Alicia and her family know all too well that tragic incidents can happen on farms. Alicia tells the story of the day her brother Lachlan died in a quad bike accident on their family farm.
Amber's story - Quad bikes are not toys
Amber tells the story of how she was trapped under a quad bike for 45 minutes when she was 14 years old. “I was lucky to be alive,” she says.
Benefits of side-by-side vehicles
Farmers and their families across regional NSW speak about the benefits of using side-by-side vehicles on their farms
Jason's story - quad bike
When things go wrong on the farm, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service is a lifeline. Watch Jason's story to hear about the day he found himself in trouble on his quad bike, and how the Chopper stepped in.
Robert Hood side-by-side vehicle benefits
Farmer Robert Hood speaks about surviving a quad bike accident and why he now uses a side by side vehicle on his farm.
Quad bike safety research
In 2014, WorkCover NSW contributed $1.3 million to some ground breaking research in to quad bike safety. The Transport and Road Safety researchers from the University of New South Wales talk to us about what they did.
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