Not really good enough - we've all got to pull together all to a similar standard of pro active safety, so that means gloves, masks, 2m, and not mixing with folk as well as an on farm policy.Thank you Brisel, very thorough.
Unfortunately I'm am a old fashioned farmer, I thinks if everybody is sensible they'll be fine.....
How naive you are, and apparently clueless to the hazards of modern living. Farming is one of the worst industries for accidents and safety incidents, which suggests the exact opposite of what you imply. The fact that you can't seem to take any advice, and see a Risk Assessment as an arse covering exercise rather than a way of avoiding problems speaks volumes too.Unfortunately I'm am a old fashioned farmer, I thinks if everybody is sensible they'll be fine. However these days local authority and officials seem to be out to trip us up. "Jobs worths" springs to mind.
Yes, apologies for being harsh - you caught me at a tactless moment, but I felt the point needed met. Doing the best is all we can do, but you're not alone - there are organisations and people who can help both with the paperwork and also the social aspects.Hi Highland Mule,
fair point, well made, if a little harsh.
I am doing my best, although it might not be good enough for some.
Sometimes difficult working alone, trying to cover all aspects of modern farming, not a great fan of paperwork in general.