A pineapple farm where a worker was killed last week had previously been investigated over a farmhand falling off a makeshift roofing platform made from a forklift and a fruit bin.
A farm worker in eastern Victoria has died after six large hay bales fell on him.
Victorian farmers Tom and Bill Alston use drones to take some of the stress and injury risk out of mustering sheep and cattle on their Beeac property in the state’s south-west.
A person was rushed to hospital by helicopter after a tractor accident at a property in the Lockyer Valley.
The campaign’s key message – “It’s never you, until it is” – aims to challenge a common mindset among farmers and agriculture workers that a serious incident won’t happen to them.
A well known Tablelands farming family is in mourning after a farmer was killed when his tractor rolled on him on a rural Peeramon property.
A father-of-two from the Upper Hunter has been remembered as a talented polo player and a “complete gentlemen” after a fatal workplace accident. He was a superior sportsman and a “true gentleman”.
A man has been killed in a workplace accident at a strawberry farm in Bullsbrook, north-east of Perth.
A “one-in-million” farming accident last week resulted in the arm of an experienced worker being completely severed after it was caught in a hay baler.
A man is dead and an injured woman has been flown to Orange Hospital after a workplace incident on a property in Cathundral, west of Dubbo.
The WA State government is planning an urgent Farm Safety Summit to improve workplace safety in the agriculture sector.
A farmer has died after he was thrown from an ATV in central Victoria.
Industrial Relations Minister Bill Johnston will hold an urgent Farm Safety Summit on Wednesday May 27 to discuss with relevant groups how to improve workplace safety in Western Australia’s Agriculture industry.
A man has died at Yea after his vehicle rolled down a hill while he was weed spraying.
Quad bike suppliers are pulling out of Australia in the lead-up to new safety legislation, but farmers and graziers remain divided on the measures.