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Our mission is to unify the Shearing Contractors of New Zealand by providing relevant, timely, practical information that affects their businesses in a cost efficient way.
We aim to be a voice for the industry in appropriate arenas, advocating sensibly to governance bodies and assisting in relevant industry initiatives, industry training and utilizing our leverage as a body to the benefit of our members.
New Zealand Shearing Contractors' Association Inc.
Annual General Meeting
When: Thursday 28th May 2020
Where: Zoom Video Conferencing Online
Members check your email or the Contractors area of the website for the Agenda and AGM Pack
Please confirm attendance or apologies to the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve got some good news to share with you.
NZSCA and Tahi Ngātahi have just formed a new partnership with Farmstrong and we have been busy looking at options on how we could work together.
We're rapt to share the first piece of piece of activity with you which is a co-branded video.
We have other footage we will use in the future to create more clips, but this is a great start.
The Farmstrong team love it and so do we.
Tahi Ngātahi is a new online learning platform that uses video clips to pass on skills and safety tips to farmers, shearing contractors and their employees so they can run a safe and productive wool harvest.
It’s a joint initiative between the NZ Shearing Contractors’ Association (NZSCA), Federated Farmers, Worksafe NZ and ACC.
Tahi Ngātahi is designed to make life better for woolshed workers, farmers and shearing contractors. All parts of our industry have come together, to create something that makes us all safer, our careers longer, and to help us look out for each other in the shed.
It makes health and safety training accessible, part of ‘business as usual’ and a team effort. Over 800 farmers, shearers and wool handlers have signed up since it was launched in 2018.