Non-intentional farm fatalities have fallen significantly in the last decade, however workplace safety
Three new reports published by RIRDC analyse the major health and safety risks facing people in farming
Quad bikes are now a leading cause of deaths on farms, second only to tractors according to the National
This report focuses specifically on data involving quad bike related deaths and injuries(both on and
The recent widespread flooding and humid onditions have provided the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes
Phosphine remains the most relied upon fumigant to control stored grain pests in Australian grain systems
Diabetes is Australia's fastest growing chronic disease and the sixth leading cause of death in Australia.
Farm waterholes are a favourite place to recreate for country kids, but they can also be fraught with
Growers now have their minds fi rmly planted on harvest. But before taking to the paddock, it is essential
There is an increasing trend towards older farmers working longer on farms.
Keeping man's best friend parasite free is essential to ensuring working dogs remain in peak condition.
It might not just be you and your family who are breathing a sigh of relief after harvest.
Working in the heat of summer is not only uncomfortable, it can be dangerous with the risk of heat stress
In this second article on harvest safety, farm safety expert Sheryl Martin, looks at keeping the people