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H&H Safety Farm Zone Event

6th February 2020

Farmers visiting Borderway UK Dairy Expo ’20 will have the opportunity to assess and improve their own on-farm safety through a timetable of talks and demonstrations held in the H&H Safety Farm Zone on Saturday 14th March .

H&H Safety is a Health & Safety support service for farm and rural businesses provided through the partnership of H&H Insurance Brokers (HHIB) and IRM Safety.

This inaugural farm safety event at the Expo will address several key themes relating to improving farm safety and covering: Animal Handling, Equipment Security, Risk Management Tools, Accident Prevention, First Aid for Farmers and Farm Support.

As proud sponsors, H&H Safety have assembled this programme to provide rural visitors to the show with knowledge, advice and helpful support relating to the challenges of working safely within a farm environment.  By raising awareness around some key issues, H&H Safety hope to provide a positive health and safety message whilst giving visitors the information to go to, whether knowledge or organisation contacts, for advice they can trust.

HHIB is an independent insurance broker who in addition to providing competitive farm insurance recognised the importance of providing their clients with access to a solution to support them with their health and safety compliance.   IRM Safety is a specialist consultancy providing bespoke health & safety advice for farms, agri-businesses and estates across the UK.

H&H Safety Farm Zone Area
Located within the pen area behind the Showhall with visible branding.

Proposed Timetable | Sessions Will be Hosted with Introduction to Speakers + Q&A’s
There will be a mix of talks and ‘live’ demonstrations and by planning one talk/demo per hour will give visitors the chance to listen to their choice of safety topic and chat to the speakers with any questions they may have.


9.30am               “Importance of Equipment Security” | County Constabulary [ATV Demonstration]

10.30am               “Safe Use of Machinery” | Neil Elsender, IRM Safety

11.30am               “Safe Animal Handling Best Practice” | Fraser Cormack [Cattle Turnover Crate Demonstration]

12.30pm               “The Importance of Formal Safety Training” | Richard Hunter, Lecturer, Newton Rigg

1.30pm              “Coping with an Accident Emergency before the Air Ambulance Arrives” | First Aid + Speciality Training [First Aid Demonstration]

2.30pm              “Importance of Protective Clothing + Celox” Toni Murch, Paramedic, Carrs Billington

3.30pm               “When Accidents Happen: RABI’s Support in a Crisis” | Georgina Lamb, RABI

Note: Timetable may be subject to change…

Hazards Area
The farm safety zone area will also display a hazards area with a selection of scenarios of every day farm hazards; visitors will be invited to identify the hazard and suggest safe working practices in the form of a competition and to win a prize.  More details to follow…