The Queensland Agriculture Workforce Network is hosting a one-day informative workshop focusing on:
The most common compliance problems in horticulture:
- Record keeping – the ability to evidence your compliance actions
- Code of Conduct – setting out your expectations
- Induction – to ensure you impart all necessary information and expectations to employees
- Supervisory responsibilities and compliance
- Fair Farms Initiative
Labour Hire Licensing
- Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 what you need to know as a Labour Hire provider and when working with Labour Hire providers.
Workplace Health and Safety
- Hazards, risks and your farm, family and employees.
- Learn about the significance of Codes of Practice, safe operation of tractors and other plant and working safely around electrical exclusions zones.
- Hear first-hand story from a Safety Advocate and learn through their experience. Safety advocates help raise awareness of work health and safety. They share their personal stories of trauma, tragedy and resilience to compel you to think about the most important reason for workplace safety and share some tips that might help workers appreciate the priority of workplace safety.
Presenting on the day will be a range of industry experts including:
- Donna Mogg – Employment Relations Consultant
- Natalie Wakefield – Director, Labour Hire Licensing, Office of Industrial Relations
- A Workplace Health and Safety Queensland Safety Advocate