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New OSH app targeted at farmers

Farmers can expect more scrutiny over health and safety compliance under the new act.

Chris Hutching
Tue, 05 Apr 2016

A company called OnSide has launched an online health and safety application for farmers.

The aim is to make compliance with the new Health and Safety at Work Act easier, according to OnSide chief executive Ryan Higgs.

He says farmers can expect scrutiny of health and safety compliance to

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Chris Hutching
Tue, 05 Apr 2016
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