ZeroHarm.App is set to launch a new wave of continual innovation in 2019. The development team at ZeroHarm.App are excited about the upcoming launch of a new website portal & a multitude of application updates which are being rolled out progressively throughout 2019. The first release will be a completely new production website incorporating the […]
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Media Release: 20th February 2019 Delivering a Better Deal on Insurance to Farmers & Tradies Who Care about Safety. That’s the end game for ZeroHarm.App, the world’s fastest-growing ag health & safety compliance app having just teamed up with Insure 247 an Australasian insurtech leader to become the first-ever OH&S risk management platform offering bundled insurance benefits […]
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The world’s fastest growing farm safety app finds a new home in the skies above Wanaka, NZ. Jess Griffin, Treble Cone Ski Area’s innovative Safety Officer, came to us with a challenge. She wanted to set up an effective H&S management system to seamlessly provide both commercial paragliding operators and individual pilots visiting the region a […]
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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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On the 1st of October, the new CoR laws come into force. Are you ready? Amendments to the CoR laws in Australia are coming on October 1st 2018 will align the existing laws more closely with workplace health and safety provisions. This means that all parties in the chain, including primary producers, must reduce risks related […]
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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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