Press Release – 05/12/2018 Traditionally farm insurance premiums are calculated via macro-empirical claims data, painting all Agri or SME businesses with the same generalised “risk” brush. But with the introduction of lead micro safety system data, Australian based start-up Zero Harm Farm’s subscribers are set to benefit from “proof of safety culture” data delivering a […]

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We’re very proud to say that Zero Harm Farm was announced the winner of the National Agtech Challenge at the Royal Melbourne Show, Victoria, Australia.  That’s me on the left looking a little lost, but representing the ZHF team 🙂 Zero Harm Farm was selected from four worthy finalists drawn from hundreds of entries received […]

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Agtech and farm safety: Life-saver or time-waster? By Agtech Central editor, Sam Trethewey, 30 August 2018 There are already some fit-for-purpose apps and technology that are doing a great job at addressing farm safety issues, but is there enough pressure or incentive for farmers to actually use them?, asks Agtech Central editor, Sam Tretheway in […]

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We came across these clever folk at the National Fieldays in June. Just thought this could be a practical way of managing biosecurity in regards to visitor movements on your farm. “Protecting your farming business is easy with the German-engineered PE Boot Cleaner. Boots need to be clean before they can be disinfected – and […]

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Why is it that Agriculture on average only submits 4 to Construction’s 60 notifiable incident reports per month? Considering agriculture is New Zealand’s (and the world’s) most dangerous industry you’d think the ratio would be completely the other way around, right? Below are the graphs from Worksafe New Zealand in regards to this statistic for notifiable […]

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Last week our busy development team released Zero Harm’s new Private Site Functionality Private Sites: Managers can now set their individual worksites to private, invite-only locations. This update allows for you as a manager to choose specifically who you want to have access to the site you’re in charge of. The default setting for all sites is public. […]

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