Make every day a Hay Safe Day!

It’s National Hay Safe Day, and as many in the fodder industry face serious weather challenges and damaging flooding, it is timely to reflect on safe practices when working and living around bales of hay and silage. “Each year the Australian Fodder Industry...

Livestock, Hay & Fodder Safety Guide

In Farm Safety Week 2022, Pro-Visual launched the newly released AR Interactive Livestock, Hay & Fodder Industry Guide to Safety 2022/23 in conjunction with industry partnering associations, Australian Fodder Industry Association (AFIA,) Are You Bogged Mate?,...
It’s National Hay Safe Day!

It’s National Hay Safe Day!

What a year! With a promising season in full swing, an eye on the weather, and a global pandemic impacting the availability and movement of workers across the country, it is THE perfect time to take a day to focus on safety across the fodder supply chain. The...

Top 10 hazards: Telehandlers

FODDER SAFETY BRIEF Telehandlers are the ideal machine for tight spaces often found when feeding livestock or lifting and loading. Providing four-wheel drive capabilities, telehandlers can be as comfortable off road as they are on it when operated in the correct...

Training Your Workers

Fodder Safety Brief Training your workers is the valuable first step toward a safe work place.  For most farmers it is almost impossible to complete all tasks on farm without the help from outside resources. READ THE FULL BRIEF  

Traffic Management Plan Steps

Fodder Safety Brief It’s not practical for most agribusinesses to install fixed barriers to segregate pedestrians from vehicular traffic, paint yellow walkways, install CCTV or other control measures.  There are some things you can do to manage traffic and keep people...