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All distilleries have safety obligations under the Occupational Health & Safety Act 2004 (OHS Act) to ensure a safe working environment. As the industry grows it is critical that distilleries are supported to understand how to ensure safety is being managed appropriately

The Hazardous Areas and Dangerous Goods Rebate will assist distillers of alcoholic beverages to invest in equipment and infrastructure to improve safety in distilleries.

Location: Victoria

Who Can Apply:

  • Businesses

A Rebate of up to 70% or 80% of the total eligible expenditure (GST exclusive) or up to the maximum of $50,000 (GST exclusive),
whichever is the lesser amount, is available for equipment and infrastructure that will support improvements to safety in

Eligible costs include:

  • Costs associated with having a Hazardous Area Assessment or Dangerous Goods Audit undertaken
  • Purchase and installation of equipment and infrastructure as recommended in either a Hazardous Area Assessment, Dangerous Goods Audit, OHS Essentials Program relating to hazardous areas and dangerous goods, or assessment by a Worksafe dangerous goods inspector undertaken from 1 April 2023 until closing date
  • Training specific to the technology for safe operation of equipment recommended (external costs only).

22JIG is a specialist consulting agency helping your business access training subsidies and accessible grants. Most businesses don’t know of the available fundings introduced by the Government.