Gate Signs Highlight Biosecurity Procedures
If it can move, it can carry diseases, pests and weeds. For this reason, people, vehicles and equipment pose a high biosecurity risk and should be managed accordingly.
With the Biosecurity Act 2014 (the Act), to come into effect on 1st July 2016, gate signs can be used to indicate to visitors the importance of following biosecurity procedures on your property.
A 900 x 600mm Farm Biosecurity gate sign is available for just $40, including postage and handling anywhere in Australia. Printed on 5mm thick corflute, they include four eyelet holes to attach the sign to a gate or fence.
For signage to be effective:
•ensure signs are clear, visible and well maintained
•signs should contain simple messages
•support your signage with other biosecurity measures such as restricted access points.
To purchase your Farm Biosecurity gate sign, visit http://www.farmbiosecurity.com.au/buy-a-gate-sign/