Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program NSW


The Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program provides farmers with rebates to help with the costs of improving quad bike safety.
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Applications may be made at any time.

 
What do you get?

Rebates of up to $1000.

Who is this for?

NSW farmers.

Overview

The Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program provides farmers and their workers with rebates to implement harm prevention measures in the workplace.

Eligible farm businesses can access two rebates worth up to $1000 each for any combination of the following safety solutions:

  • up to $1000 for each agricultural side-by-side vehicle (SSV)
  • up to $500 for each Quadbar TM or ATV Lifeguard Operator Protective Device (OPD)
  • up to $90 for each helmet compliant to AS/NZS1698:2006, NZS8600:2002, UNECE22.05
  • maximum of $500 for one new drone from a list of eligible models 

Workers employed by an eligible farm business can access a rebate for a maximum of one helmet per worker.

Applicants must attend an eligible educative interaction with SafeWork NSW on quad bike safety in rural workplaces prior to the purchase of eligible safety solutions.

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible, you must:

  • own an agricultural business registered in NSW
  • employ no more than 20 full-time equivalent workers
  • have farming as your main source of income
  • own a quad bike that is used for work purposes
  • not be an employee of SafeWork NSW or NSW Farmers Association
  • live in NSW

Find out more about the eligibility criteria at Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program.

How do you apply?

Find out more about how to apply at Quad Bike Safety Improvement Program.