All Primary producers, whether an employer or self-employed, have a legal responsibility, to ensure that they provide a safe working environment. Employers (and this also means Managers, Supervisors and Contractors with staff) must provide and maintain a safe and healthy working environment and this includes all equipment and substances that are in their control.SUBSCRIBE TODAY
All of Safe Farms WA’s activities are focused on supporting the farming industry. We do this by providing information and tools that are vital in improving and implementing SAFE farming systems and building a strong safety culture.SUBSCRIBE TODAY
It’s up to you ! Safety is your responsibility. It is also the responsibility of your employees and contractors and even extends to visitors to the farm. As the leading farm safety advocacy and support group in Western Australia, we work independently as a not-for-profit organisation providing information and tools that can be applied immediately.
Invest in your future Subscribing to Safe Farms WA costs less than a cup of coffee per day which is a valuable investment in yourself, your family and your business to improve efficiency, increase productivity and working towards continuous improvement and compliance with legislation.
SafeFarmsWA was founded by farmer for farmers in 1994 through the voluntary work of farmers. We work independently as a not-for-profit organisation providing tools that can be applied immediately.
Our board is made up of people who are passionate about our industry ‘going home safely’.
Safe Farms WA offers accredited and non-accredited chemical safety training through our partnership with Auschem Training and the TAFE Colleges.
We work closely and collaboratively with our alliance partners to ensure that the farming industry and service providers to the industry have access to up to date information and tools that will help them work towards compliance with legislation and providing a safe workplace. We represent WA on the Agriculture Industry Safety Group (WA) and Farmsafe Australia.