Catchers are specialists working at poultry farms to catch the poultry.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Manage animal hygiene
Plan and use appropriate hygiene measures to prevent transmission of diseases and ensure an effective overall hygiene. Maintain and follow hygiene procedures and regulations when working with animals, communicate site hygiene controls and protocols to others. Manage the safe disposal of waste according to destination and local regulations.
- Load animals for transportation
Load and unload animals safely into containers or cages for transportation. Make sure they are secure and safely established in the transport vehicle.
- Conform to health and safety regulations
Carry out all work in accordance with relevant environmental and health and safety legislation, risk assessment requirements and company policies. Take the necessary health and safety precautions during work including posture the body well, safely operate tools and machinery, and wear the right clothes and protection for the climate.
- Control animal movement
Direct, control or restrain some or part of an animal's, or a group of animals', movement.
Optional knowledge and skillsassist with vaccination procedures
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