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Member Services – Workforce Advice

If your business needs help with workplace relations, or a better understanding of its work health and safety obligations, it pays to get advice early.

Employment and safety laws can be complex and difficult to understand. Even with the best of intentions, it’s easy for things to go wrong, and the consequences can be costly and even embarrassing.

Want to know how best to respond to an employee or union claim, find ways to improve the efficiency of your business and lift productivity, or want to get serious about farm safety but don’t know where to start?

AustralianFarmers service partners offer workplace relations and work, health and safety advice and representation for registered users. Professional services are available in all States and Territories of Australia. Don’t forget to mention the AustralianFarmers website to take advantage of specially negotiated rates.

Workplace relations

National Shane Coyne (02) 9231 2088 Email National
Queensland / Northern Territory Primary Employers Queensland 0408 723 197 Email QLD/NT
NSW NSW Farmers
(02) 9478 1000 Email NSW
Victoria Victorian Farmers Federation (03) 9207 5555 Email Victoria
South Australia Fair Work Lawyers (08) 8113 5347 Email South Australia
Western Australia WA Farmers   (08) 9486 2100 Email Western Australia

Work health and safety

Working Armour   (02) 9331 2282 Email Working Armour

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The fine print

The inclusion of individual service providers on this website does not mean that they are endorsed by AustralianFarmers or the National Farmers’ Federation, whether generally or in the area of work nominated by them. Neither AustralianFarmers nor the National Farmers’ Federation accept any responsibility whatsoever for any representations, express or implied, made by practitioners on this website or for the quality or accuracy of advice given or work undertaken by such practitioners. Such assurances should be sought from the relevant practitioner before proceeding to obtain advice.

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