Farm safety can no longer be ignored – it is an integral part of running a robust farm business. This workshop will provide participants with the tools to build their own farm safety system and ensure they are safeguarding their people and business.
In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the workshop includes a Safe Work Procedure for farm hygiene to help avoid the spread of COVID-19.
Thanks to support from the CBH Group, a post-workshop support webinar was held 4 weeks after 20 workshops in 2021. This was a great opportunity to reconnect, ask questions that had arisen since implementing new safety processes.
Safe Farms WA were an integral part of the development of this workshop and are offering a $200 discount on their "Safe Farm Safety System" to participants of the Rural Edge Farm Safety workshop. To find out more details, contact the Safe Farms WA office.
Laws and Penalties
Employer and Employee responsibilities
Tools to break down resistance
Goals of a Farm Safety System
Safe Work Instructions
Take 5 concept
Visitors and Contractors
Checklists and Templates for getting started
Who should attend: all members of the farm business need to make safety a priority and this workshop focuses on building a culture of safety in your farm business. Therefore, all members of the business, including employees, will benefit from attending this workshop.
Dr Melissa Langdon is an accredited Executive Coach, Trainer, and Facilitator, who specialises in leadership, communications, and workplace safety. She is an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University, has a PhD in Communications, Master's degree, BA Honours, and Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching.
Melissa has been an MC and keynote speaker at national and international conferences including TEDxPerth, Women Entrepreneurs of the Wheatbelt WE Shine, the CyberWest Summit, MediAsia, the Kids’ Conference, and the Social Impact Festival. She is a Women in Technology Award winner, Director of the Beyond Boundaries Board, Chair of Curtin University’s School of Education Board, and Chair of the Rosalie Primary School Board.
Melissa is based in Perth and works with national clients in person and online. She is committed to increasing access to learning and development in the regions.