FAQs

We get asked a variety of questions that cover safety, security and software. 

Our Client Experience Coordinator Sam and our WHS Manager Ange answer some of our most frequently asked questions.

What is the difference between a Standard and Professional Subscription?

We explain which subscription would best suit your operation.
Duration: 1.07 min

 

How long does it take to set up Safe Ag Systems?

From basic to comprehensive, its a good investment of your time.
Duration: 0.47 min

 

 

Doesn't my insurance cover me for workplace accidents? 

Workers compensation, public and management liability? How does it all work together?
Duration: 0.47 min

 

What do I need to do to be compliant? 

Our experienced WHS Manager, Ange Harders simplifies the complexities of compliance.
Duration: 1.02 min

 

Frequently Asked Questions

We're always here to help. If you don't find what you are looking for, contact us for support. 

We don't employ anyone so why do we need a safety system?

Your legal duty to provide a safe work environment exists not only to paid employees, but to anyone on your property. This may include family members who work on the property or help out, children, neighbours, contractors and visitors.

You must ensure you have things in place to ensure the safety of everyone on your property and the easiest way to do that is to implement a safety management system.

What if I don't have internet coverage?

The Safe Ag Systems App works offline so that all your important safety information can be accessed at any time.

Any information that you save in the App while working offline will be synced to the cloud when you next operate the App when reconnected.

Who owns my data?

When you enter or upload your data into our system, you still have complete ownership of your own data. Safe Ag Systems just uses your data to provide our services to you.

For further information please refer to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

What is a PCBU?

Person Conducting Business or Undertaking.

It’s a legal entity and despite the name, does not necessarily mean a person.

Most agribusinesses are likely to be a PCBU and therefore have legal responsibilities.

In some circumstances there may be more than one PCBU for your farm, such as if you are part of a bigger corporation, are a partner or have partners or a Board.

What I’m most excited about is being able to send out an induction to a contractor so they are inducted into our business before they even step on our property.
Al Gabb, Tarnawa Pastoral Company, VIC