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ChemCert's Christmas Holidays Closing Dates

19 December, 2016

Happy Holidays ChemCert staff wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. ..

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What will GHS mean for you and your Workplace?

15 December, 2016

The Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) is mandatory in Australia since 1 January 2017, with the exception of Victoria and Western Australia.  ..

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A New Fox and Wild Dog Bait - PAPP

7 November, 2016

PAPPThe economic impact on agriculture nationally of predation and mauling of livestock by wild dogs and foxes is around 166 million dollars per year (see and for further details).  ..

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Emergency Chemical Spill Response

20 October, 2016

Emergency chemical spill responseWhen a job involves handling containers of hazardous chemicals, including moving, decanting or mixing them, spillage might occur.  ..

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's) are here

22 September, 2016

UAV Once the stuff of sci-fi movies, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) are well and truly here.  ..

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Tanya Ginns is ChemCert’s New Trainer

8 September, 2016

Tanya GinnsChemcert Training Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Tanya Ginns as a Chemcert trainer and assessor, who represents the only female Chemcert trainer in the country.  ..

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Say Goodbye to El Niño

1 August, 2016

tractor They say where there’s mud there’s money, and given recent high rainfall in much of Australia excepting perhaps North Queensland, it looks as though dust and empty dams have given way to abundant growth and in some places to mud because sometimes we get a little more rain than we bargained for. ..

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Russian Wheat Aphid and Varroa Mite

27 July, 2016

russian wheat aphid and varroa miteTwo recent events highlight the importance of biosecurity for Australia in general and Australian agriculture in particular: ..

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Codes of Practice for Work Health & Safety

12 July, 2016

Codes of practice for work health and safety According to SafeWork Australia, “Codes of practice are practical guides to achieving the standards of health, safety and welfare required under the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act and the WHS Regulations in a jurisdiction.”  ..

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Understanding Pesticide Labels

9 May, 2016

pesticide labelsWhen you use a pesticide the aim is getting as close to 100% control of your weed, pest or disease as possible, with minimal exposure of yourself, others and the environment, and to have no residues on what you sell to market (well at the least below the accepted maximum residues levels). ..

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