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VIDEO NEWS RELEASE: SafeWork NSW industry roundtable on farm safety

SafeWork NSW < 1 mins read

SafeWork NSW held an industry roundtable on farm safety in Griffith on Thursday 11 April 2024.

The roundtable brought together representatives from SafeWork NSW’s Family and Injured Workers Support and Advisory Group, representatives from local agricultural companies and employers, relevant government agencies, unions, NSW Farmers, leading academics and the Country Women’s Association.

This Video News Release includes:

  • Interview with Minister for Industrial Relations and Work Health and Safety Sophie Cotsis
  • Interview with Member for Murray Helen Dalton
  • Interview with Minister for Agriculture, Regional NSW and Western NSW Tara Moriarty
  • B-roll of roundtable.

The Video News Release can be viewed here -> https://vimeo.com/933579277/1c68130679?share=copy


Contact details:

 

MEDIA: media@customerservice.nsw.gov.au | 0438 108 797

 

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