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    Hunting on farm's heaith and saftey

    There are a few land owners on here and hunters that go on farms hunting. So the question what do you make you hunter's do or what are you made to do?? sign in, given a list of hazards,only aloud to ride on formed tracks, made when helmet's etc
    This is a genuine question not a I hate osh question

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    Theres a web page somewhere, got it from a lady at the Sika show, covers points required and a sheet you can take to the farmer, I cant find it!!
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    probably next to your car keys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gapped axe View Post
    probably next to your car keys
    if they are in a goldfish bowl at a party your marriage is over
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    I know that when a group of us hunted a small landcorp block a while back, we had to have a safety brief from the manager and sign some paperwork.
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    I sign in and out on my mates farm for gongs. I set that up though so not sure what he should be doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gapped axe View Post
    probably next to your car keys
    Which ones?
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    Which ones?
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    Its being repaired today Woody, Ive down graded to a bloody Toyota!!
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    95% of holden made in the last 10 years are still on the road.........The remaining 5% made it home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbear View Post
    There are a few land owners on here and hunters that go on farms hunting. So the question what do you make you hunter's do or what are you made to do?? sign in, given a list of hazards,only aloud to ride on formed tracks, made when helmet's etc
    This is a genuine question not a I hate osh question
    Pm me if you like I'll send you what we use for hunters.

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    I've sent you a PM Brads if you don't mind.

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    My experience is that mostly Farmers don't understand their legal obligations to recreational users so accordingly over react. Not that a belt and braces approach is unwise.

    Unfortunately its being used as a reason to shut up farms.

    Basically the farmer (and his staff) have an obligation to warn you about any unusual hazards that you would not usually associate with that sort of farming enterprise.

    They do not have to warn about natural hazards.

    Read this:

    Health and safety responsibilities of farmers to recreational visitors » Walking Access Commission Ara Hīkoi Aotearoa

 

 

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