ChemCert is a non-profit industry training organisation established in 1999 as the peak body for the training, up-skilling and industry accreditation for users of herbicides and pesticides throughout Australia.
The ChemCert program was developed in response to the wider community’s concern about potential adverse consequences of the use of farm chemicals and the need to protect the health and safety of rural workers, ensure the security of food and fibre production and maintain the viability of our domestic and export products.
ChemCert has been enthusiastically embraced by a wide range of herbicide and pesticide users including farmers, graziers, horticulturists, viticulturists, forestry workers, community organisations, volunteers and employees of local governments and the National Parks and Wildlife Service.
The success of the program is due to the ongoing commitment and input from industry bodies, dedicated primary producers and farm chemical users across Australia. The strength of our program is based on the skills of our accredited, innovative, highly skilled industry-based Trainers. Our Trainers have a wide range of skills and experience including previous or current agronomists, researchers, commercial spray operators and leading farming advisors.
ChemCert works hard to continually improve our training courses and to deliver responsible and safe pesticide use training courses throughout Australia. Veiw ChemCert's current profile here PDF Download