Biosecurity machinery cleaning

Biosecurity Clean Vehicles

$230 pp minimum 4 people on dates that suit you

If you are working between different mines sites or farms you do not want to spread any weeds or plant diseases.  Keep your machinery, plant and vehicles clean to prevent the spread of cane toads, weeds or soil.  This course will help your staff understand bio security and how to reduce the chances of moving soil born diseases or declared weeds.

Biosecurity Clean Vehicles

This course is nationally recognised throughout Australia

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About the course

It is illegal to deliberately or inadvertently transport or carry declared weeds, including roots and seeds.  It is also illegal to hire equipment that carries a declared weed.  You dont want to accidently make a mistake and spread a disease to a Mango farm.  This one (1) day course is Nationally Accredited and can be delivered any where in the NT.  Call me to discuss training options.  

What will I learn?

  • Vehicle, machinery and equipment inspection
  • Cleaning methods
  • Radiator inspection
  • Snorkel and air filter inspection
  • Wash down area weed inspection
  • Weed free vehicle declaration
  • Seeds, weeds, feathers, mud, insects, organic matter
  • Soil born diseases, panama disease
  • Mosaic virus, novel tobamovirus, cucumber green mottle mosaic virus
  • Banana freckle, citrus canker
  • Cane toad, fall army worm, fire ant, crazy ant, red imported fire ant
  • Browsing ant, yellow crazy ant, electric ant
  • Gamba grass, mission grass, hyptis
  • Record keeping & inspection reports
  • Keeping a clean workshop
  • Hazards
  • NT biosecurity strategy
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Workplace policies and procedures
  • Employee’s responsibilities under the Workplace Health and Safety Act

The unit of competency is: AHCBIO203 Inspect and clean machinery, tools and equipment to preserve biosecurity