AgHealth Australia, (previously known as the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety or ACAHS) is based at Dubbo in central-west New South Wales. It is a leading academic unit of the University of Sydney within the School of Rural Health investigating non-intentional fatal and non-fatal incidents occurring on farms across Australia.
AgHealth Australia provides on-farm health and safety auditing services. Audits start the process of identifying gaps and assist in working towards meeting health and safety requirements. Our auditors are fully accredited with considerable experience and expertise in conducting farm health and safety audits across a wide range of commodity sectors.
AgHealth is a part of the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney.
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Published 2013-02-04This report documents the non-intentional farm deaths and injuries that were identified in the Australian print media in 2012.Report, Technical
Published 2013-01-15This report outlines the fatal and non-fatal quad bike cases reported in the Australian print media for 2012Report, Technical
Published 2012-07-01This report provides a summary of farm deaths and injuries for the period Jan 1- June 30, 2012Report, Technical
Published 2012-03-01This report provides a summary of uad bike related deaths and serious injuries reported in the media throughout 2011Other
Published 2012-05-12This opinion piece provides a summary of recent events involving moves to improve the safety of quad bikes and the manufacturers' attmepts to counter progressWorking Paper