More than 4000 harvesting jobs are now available for Tasmanians on the Harvest Trail website, Primary Industries Minister Guy Barnett said on Monday.
He said the website is part of a push to provide primary producers a big enough workforce for the harvesting season which starts next month.
Mr Barnett said the website had been viewed 18,000 times since it was launched.
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Mainland seasonal workers arriving in Tasmania will need to originate from areas not affected by coronavirus and have their health screened upon arrival.
WorkSafe Tasmania acting-chief executive Robyn Pearce said farms and worker accommodation would be inspected over the picking season.
“Where we need to, we will be doing follow-up inspections as well,” she said.
Ms Pearce said two workplaces had notified WorkSafe Tasmania of their intention to bring mainland workers to the state.
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