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Safety – No.1 Priority on Cotton Farms

by Dave Collins on July 3, 2013 · 0 comments

in Workplace Safety



Safety – No.1 Priority on Cotton Farms

Press Release – July 2013 – CottonSafe Guide to Safety 2013/14 – Released

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Pro-Visual Publishing has just released its annual safety guide for cotton farmers across Australia. The CottonSafe Guide to Safety 2013/14 aims to promote and inform cotton growers of current and important health and safety guidelines and procedures for best work practice and the wellbeing of farmers and workers. Endorsed by Cotton Australia, this guide focuses on an array of WHS topics, to ensure that safety is a number one priority.

The information provided starts off with the S.A.F.E.R guidelines, the key steps cotton farmers need to follow to assess and manage safety risks and hazards. This year’s guide offers health and safety advice when it comes to handling various equipment and dangerous situations. Transport and how to manage a Telehandler – the chain of responsibility and guidelines for loading, restraining and transporting – is a prominent topic. Other topics include: Contractor Safety Management, Farm Fire Safety, Bulk Fertiliser Safety, along with other important issues farmers face in today’s cotton industry.

“I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the CottonSafe Guide to Safety 2013/14. Their support has made it possible for the guide to be distributed free of charge”, said John Hutchings, CEO, Pro-Visual Publishing.

Pro-Visual Publishing is the leading specialist in wall-mounted workplace health & safety, food safety & hygiene and health and wellbeing information resource charts. Each chart is practical and informative, providing a quick reference point for management and staff. Pro-Visual Publishing’s charts are designed to inform, motivate, educate and above all keep people and their workplaces safe!

For further information, or to obtain additional copies of the Chart, please call (02) 8272 2611, email marketing@provisual.com.au or see www.provisual.com.au

For Media Enquiries or images please contact Deanna Davenport at Pro-Visual Publishing on (02) 8272 2611 or ddavenport@provisual.com.au



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