Farm health and safety is a major focus of the National Centre for Farmer Health. Research projects, education initiatives and community programs all include elements related to occupational health and safety on farms.
Agrisafe programs and clinics
AgriSafe offers you the opportunity to meet with trained agricultural health clinicians for a comprehensive health check.
- Blood glucose testing
- Cholesterol testing
- Blood pressure check
- Body mass index calculation
- Respiratory testing
- Hearing screening
- Skin examination
- Vision testing
- Urine testing
- Pesticide exposure testing
- Testing the fit of your mask or respirator
- Occupational risk
We also offer:
- Information regarding farm hazards
- Personal protective equipment selection, fitting and sales
- Education sessions for community groups, agricultural and health professionals
AgriSafe welcomes appointments from anyone working in the agricultural sector
Prior to your appointment you will be encouraged to complete an occupational health history questionnaire. This enables your clinical visit to be tailored specifically to your requirements.
Initial comprehensive health assessments take 1.5 – 2 hrs to complete.
Serious preventable injuries are prevalent in every type of farming enterprise including cropping, viticulture, horticulture, aquaculture and livestock production.
Poor health and injury impact not only the farmer but also the farm family, the productivity of the farm and the local community.
Enhance your health, wellbeing and safety by having an AgriSafe health clinic check.
Call (03) 5551 8533.
National Centre for Farmer Health
Western District Health Service
Hamilton, Victoria 3300
Tel (03) 5551 8533
Fax (03) 5551 8267
You will be able to buy approved safety products from the Farmer Health Safety Shop.
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