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Quad bike death inspires farmer to invent automated text alerts
Victorian farmer Mark Gubbins has invented an automated text alert system, with hopes to reduce quad bike death rates.
Quad bike innovations give farmers better safety choices
New innovations designed to help reduce Australia’s quad bike injury and death toll are an important step towards giving farmers a choice in how they protect themselves.
Quad bike researchers hope to develop safety star ratings
A farm safety conference in Launceston has heard of research being done to reduce the dangers of quad bikes.
Quad bike training on-farm in April and May 2013
P.A.S.S. will be running advanvced quad bike training at several farm venues around the state in April and May.
Quad bike training to reduce complacency and casualties
Quad Safe Australia trainer Darrell Knight believes complacency and incorrect riding style are leading causes of quad bike injuries and deaths on farms.
Quad bikes cause 15 deaths and many more injuries in 2014
Farmers are being urged to rethink the way they travel around the farm, after 15 people died last year as a result of quad bike related incidents.
Quad bikes claim most lives on-farm in 2015
Quad bikes are the farmer's number one enemy for the fifth consecutive year.
Quad bikes now leading cause of farm accidents
The latest statistics from Farmsafe Australia show quad bikes are at the top of the danger list for farmers.
Quadriplegic awarded $12m in quad bike compensation case
A Tasmanian farmer will have to pay about $12 million to a British backpacker who was working for him when a quadbike rolled, making her a quadriplegic with a catastrophic brain injury.
quality grain storage flyer (quality_grain.pdf 60 KB)
grain storage workshop flyer 2008
Quamby pipeline construction to start in 2009
The tender for the Quamby Irrigation Pipeline had been let and construction will start soon.
Quarantine arrangements for regular importers and exporters (August 2012)
Regular or occasional importers or exporters of items that require inspection and clearance or certification by Quarantine Tasmania, are encouragred to become an “Approved Quarantine Place” or AQP.
Quarantine officers seize more than seven tonnes of produce in a new trial on the Spirit of Tasmania
Quarantine officers have seized more than seven tonnes of produce during a trial of new procedures on the Spirit of Tasmania ferries.
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